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It's encased in glass by the Historic Vehicle Association

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We still think everyone should get Highland Green

This year's Detroit Auto Show may have been big on trucks thanks to the reveal of the 2019 Ram 1500, 2019 Chevy Silverado and 2019 Ford Ranger, but the biggest surprise was arguably the return of the Ford Mustang Bullitt. Think of the Bullitt as a pumped-up Mustang GT with a touch of retro styling. Until now, all we've seen is the wonderful Highland Green color, but thanks to some spy shots we have our first look at the car's other color, Shadow Black.

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Here's what the Bullitt adds to the Mustang GT.

It's more than just style.

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Thought to be lost, it has been with the same family for 40 years.

Few film cars are as instantly recognizable.

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First 50th-anniversary car could sell for charity associated with Steve McQueen

The car doesn't have any images, nor much identifying information.

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The crosshair logo makes a blurry appearance

It could include some minor performance upgrades.

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A user on Mustang6G.com spotted the car.

The car does look like a Bullitt Mustang.

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It looks to be the same green as previous cars.

It's difficult to say for certain if this is real.

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Are two of the Mustang's iconic special models set for a return?

On the Mustang front, the past seven days have been the week of the Bullitt. The media rush is in stark contrast to the Bullitt's understated demeanor, but with its 315 HP engine and track-tuned suspension, Steve McQueen's chase machine reincarnated deserves it. Yesterday we showed you Popular Mechanics' video of the Bullitt in action, and today we've got Ford's shot of its newest Mustang in motion pictures. The Blue Oval's piece has a lot less substance, but it still features the Bullitt slidin

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var digg_url = 'http://digg.com/motorsport/2008_Bullitt_Mustang_breaks_cover_PIC'; Right now as we speak, Ford is showing the 2008 Bullitt Mustang to a select group of automotive journalists in Dearborn, Autoblog included. The official info we take from this event is embargoed for a couple of days, at least until after Ford lets another group of select journalists, again Autoblog included, drive the Bullitt on the streets of downtown San Francisco (how appropriate). But until our First Drive

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var digg_url = 'http://digg.com/design/Want_a_new_Bullitt_or_BOSS_Mustang_Go_to_Japan'; While everyone waits patiently (or for some folks, impatiently) for Ford to release the new Bullitt Mustang, Blue Flame, a Japanese firm that imports and distributes Mustangs over yonder, has taken the initiative to offer its very own Bullitt package. And it looks really good. Available for both V6 and V8 Mustangs, the obvious cosmetic changes (optional blacked-out grille, side window louvers, side scoops,

For all our joking about the seemingly endless parade of special edition, aftermarket, or niche-built Ford Mustangs, there is one that we're all waiting for: the Bullitt. We daydream about donning a turtleneck, popping in the jazzy Lalo Schifrin score and cruising around, looking for bad guys in black Chargers. And while there hasn't been a single photo leaked yet, the car's specs have finally made their way onto the web over at Mustang Evolution.