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REQUIRED VIEWING “BULLITT”

One of all-time favorite movies. Bullitt with Steve McQueen. This movie has the best car chase scene ever. The Dodge Charger vs. Ford Mustang - What! Love it! Absolutely, it set off the car chase genre.

My favorite car chase. 1 – Bullitt (1968) It took a mere ten minutes for Bullitt to essentially redefine the concept of the car chase forever.

With 660,000 drivers on their phones every minute, driving becoming the distraction

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Bullitt (1968)

Before the vilification of cars and the men who drove them.     Ford Falcon XB GT V8 Interceptor - Mad Max, lg JJ

One of my favourite films, and such a mint car! Ford Falcon XB GT with a Vauxhall Firenza droopsnoot.

Vega transport - looks like a lot of damage loss potential here.

The Chevrolet Vega released in 1970 looked to keep the production cost as low as possible. They created the Vert-a-Pac, a specific auto-rack, designed by General Motors and the Southern Pacific Railroad Company.

Equus Bass 770: The Ridiculous $250,000 Muscle Car For The 21st Century Badboy! Are you man enough? Hit the pic to find out... #americanmuscle...Re-pin...Brought to you by #CarInsurance at #HouseofInsurance in Eugene, Oregon

Equus Bass 770: The $250,000 Muscle Car For The 21st Century (VIDEO

Ken Block's 'Hoonicorn' RTR - A 1965 Ford Mustang with a 410 cubic-inch, 845 horsepower Roush Yates Ford V8, all-wheel drive, and a six-speed manual gearbox.

An 845-hp, AWD 1965 Mustang is how Ken Block wins everything

Ken Block's 'Hoonicorn' RTR - A 1965 Ford Mustang with a 410 cubic-inch, 845 horsepower Roush Yates Ford all-wheel drive, and a six-speed manual gearbox. This is a Mustang I would proudly own and drive

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