2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt
2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt
- Steve McQueen Comemorative Edition
- Dark Highland Green - same color as the original
- One of 3.041 Produced
- 5.0L/480HP V8 with 6 Speed Manual
- 4,800 Miles
- Original Window Sticker
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“Taken as a whole, there's an argument to be made for the Bullitt as the best all-around Mustang for sale today.” – Car and Driver, 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt Review, November 2018
“… while the Shelby GT350 remains the least expensive car you can buy with at least 500 horsepower, the recently refreshed Mustang GT makes a real case for itself as a budget Shelby in Performance Pack Level 2 guise. The Bullitt, based on a well-equipped GT with the Level 1 Performance Pack, slides into what some of us think is the sweetest spot in the Mustang lineup. The Steve-replica 'Stang sticks with 255-section-width Michelin PS4s up front and 275s in the rear, while the PP2 wears a set of Pilot Sport Cups measuring 305/30R-19 all the way around. Barely street legal, those tires are stickier than Boston's Great Molasses Flood when they're hot, but like the GT350, the PP2 has a track-oriented nature that can sometimes feel a bit wearying in the day-to-day grind. The Bullitt, then, might just be the Mustang with which to rule the street (at least until the ultraviolent GT500 arrives). To help with that, Ford has upped the 5.0-liter Coyote V-8's ante to 480 horsepower, 20 more than in the GT and down only 46 from the GT350.”
The full review is available online at: https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/a23147858/2019-ford-mustang-bullitt-by-the-numbers/
Offered here is a 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt in Dark Highland Green over Ebony leather with green stitching. Delivered new at Fox Ford in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it is one of 3,041 of the highly desirable Bullitt Mustangs produced. The odometer currently shows 4,807 miles and Carfax shows one minor accident resulting in light damage to the right-rear corner of the car two years ago. Whatever damage occurred was fully and professionally corrected leaving no sign of the repair or the damage. In virtually every respect—aesthetically, mechanically, and cosmetically, the car appears and performs as brand-new. The Mustang's original factory window sticker listing all its standard, optional, and special equipment, comes with the car, and is pictured in the gallery for review.
The Dark Highland Green metallic paint matches the famous movie car, but even disregarding that, the color looks sensational on the car. Design features like the hood louvers, fully blacked-out, no-emblem grille, gloss-black rear panel, matte-black lower-rear valance, side ground-effects bodywork, and lower front aero spoiler all blend nicely with the green. The overall effect is just slightly sinister. (To best assess the quality of the paint and trim finishes, be sure to view the close-up photographs of the car in the accompanying gallery.) Tastefully limited chrome trim on the car is in perfect condition. Cabin glass and all lighting lenses are clear and free of cracks or other damage. All factory badging, notably the Bullitt emblem on the fuel filler-cap and Bullitt identification on the door sills, is present and pristine. Factory, gloss-black, 5-spoke, 19-inch wheels (with Mustang running-horse center caps) are mounted with Michelin® Pilot Sport 255/40 (front) 275 (rear) Z-rated performance tires. The open-style wheels afford good views of the red-painted Brembo® brake calipers and oversize brake rotors at all four corners.
Inside, the mostly black (Ebony) interior has the added flair of brushed-metal trim running the width of the dashboard, other brushed-metal trim, and, of course, the subtle green stitching on the black leather upholstery. All interior surfaces—door trim, dash, upholstery, headliner, switchgear, and more—retain the original appearance and tactile feel of a new car; nothing is damaged or worn. Black carpeting in the cabin is protected with matching carpet mats. The multi-function, Bullitt-branded steering wheel frames the digital speedometer and tachometer, with smaller engine-monitoring gauges on the center stack, just above the infotainment-navigation screen, climate-control system, and toggle switches for traction control and suspension settings. The short shifter for the 6-speed manual transmission is located on the console and topped with a cue-ball-type knob bearing the shift pattern. The car's trunk is without flaw.
Under the hood, the 5-liter Ford V8 commands a spotless engine bay. All component surfaces--including the low-restriction air-filtering system and Bullitt-branded shock-tower brace--are original. Nothing is damaged, nothing has been modified, nothing is out of place. Viewed from below, the chassis is similarly perfect. There is no rust.
The car's factory-mounted data, identification, and information stickers remain mounted. The sale includes the car cover referenced on the equipment list. The full complement of owner literature and the aforementioned window sticker are included as well.
While the more than 155 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '19 Ford Mustang Bullitt in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.
Car and Driver concluded their review with: “… the Bullitt is simply one of the most enjoyable automobiles on sale today. There's an ineffable rightness to the car that makes it just that much more involving than the already great Mustang GT, and it doesn't demand the day-to-day compromises of the GT350.”