In 2018, Ford sparked a stir after revealing that it had found the 1968 Highland Green coloured Bullitt Mustang, which was driven by Steve McQueen. The original Mustang has a quaint and gorgeous shape, and even in the past few decades, its classic shape is still a dream for many fans. Now, however, we have the shocking news that this classic old car will be auctioned on Friday.
(Photo from Historic Vehicle Association, via Cnet)
Bloomberg reported that the car will be auctioned in Kissimmee, Florida, rather than the high-priced auction houses that other classic old cars often visit.
The decision was a bit odd, but in a way it made sense, especially since Mecum had a long history of selling American muscles and Pony Car of the era.
After making its debut at the stunning Detroit auto show, the car has toured the world (such as the Goodwood show).
But now, the car’s owner, Sean Kiernan, has decided it’s time to put that history into disservice and optfort for a false auction.
It is difficult to predict the price of Bullitt Mustang alone. Even so, some experts hope it will break the $4 million record.