Articles about Bullitt

One of the most iconic movie cars of all time
We've covered the original, Steve McQueen-driven 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback from Bullitt a number of times since it reappeared from its 40-year slumber at the Detroit motor show in 2018. It is the iconic movie car for petrolheads,
Ford extends its production run after the original allocation sold out
Ford has announced that production of the special-edition Mustang Bullitt will be extended into 2020, since the original allocation sold out shortly after its 2018 announcement.The car was designed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Bullitt movie, where
“There’s movie-star credibility here that’s simply irresistible”
Is that the Bullitt Mustang?It sure is. For those who need a reminder, the Ford Mustang Bullitt is a special edition of the current 'Stang that apes Steve McQueen's wheels in perhaps the most famous movie car chase of them
A legendary shoot 50 years in the making
Ever noticed that invisible plasma surrounding celebrities? The stuff that leaves us drunk on fame and liable to stare, point, and generally pander to what is just another human being with a familiar face. Turns out it applies to objects, too. Sean
Why did it take 50 years to make this?
Steady on, this isn't just any special edition, it's the new Bullitt Mustang. It's a car built to celebrate 50 years since Steve McQueen donned a polo neck, tweed jacket and took his Highland Green Mustang GT390 Fastback for
A word with Molly McQueen
Bullitt, the moody police procedural starring Steve McQueen, is a scarcely believable 50 years old in 2018. Even if you've never seen it-and it's an oddly muted viewing experience, despite its high-octane rep-you'll definitely be aware
This is what McQueen actually drove
For around 10 minutes in October 1968, cinemagoers were treated to footage of a green Ford Mustang GT fastback driven by Steve McQueen chasing down a couple of nefarious types in a Dodge Charger across San Francisco. Bullitt.We suspect they became
The return of a cool edition
Most people remember the movie Bullitt for its high-octane car chase scene between a 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390 and a Dodge Charger in San Francisco, which was accompanied by a jazz score and an intoxicating V8 rumble. The King of
And Batgirl as Prince
When it comes to movie adaptations of comic-book characters, there is no doubt Marvel is doing an infinitely better job than DC Comics. Essentially, every recent movie of a DC character not directed by Christopher Nolan sucked--yes, including (and especially)
By recreating classic car-chase scene from 'Bullitt'
It has been said numerous times that the most dramatic--and perhaps most influential--car-chase scene ever to be put on film is the epic duel between the Ford Mustang GT fastback and the Dodge Charger R/T in the 1968
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