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Two Ford Mustang Bullitt Coupes Are Still Available To Win

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What’s better than one Ford Mustang Bullitt? Two! What’s better than two Bullitts? Winning two Bullitts! Right now you can enter to win two Bullitts from Dream Giveaway. That’s right, your driveway could be filled with green, lots of green. Dream Giveaway will even pay $25,000 for taxes on your new toys.

So you can win two Bullitts, but which Bullitts are they? The first car is a fully restored 1968 Ford Mustang Bullitt and features  restomod upgrades from bumper to bumper, including a classic 390 cubic-inch Ford engine with dual four-barrel carbs and intake, a modern five-speed manual transmission and a dual-exit exhaust. The restoration also includes an independent front suspension, adjustable billet coilovers, four-piston disc brakes at all four corners, and a Ford 9-inch rear end. Upgrades to the interior include upgraded bucket seats, a Vintage Air Gen IV air conditioning system, and electronic classic instrument gauges. The entire build is valued at over $150,000.

The second Ford Mustang Bullitt included in the winnings is a 2019 model fresh off of the assembly line. Steve McQueen defined cool in Bullitt 50 years ago, and now there is a modern version of the iconic ’68 Stang ready to smoke any Dodge Challenger in town. Of course, it’s also dressed in Highland Green, but its modern 5.0-liter V8 packs a punch with 480 horsepower and an exhaust note that makes you question whether or not it’s the original movie car. You’ll shift your own gears too, with a 6-speed manual transmission. Inside are Recaro sport seats and the Bullitt Technology Package. Modern ride comfort can be attributed to the Magnaride damping system that is stiff when you want, and smooth when you don’t.

You can look and feel like Steve McQueen, but the real question is which one will you drive first when you win?

 

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Austin is an automotive enthusiast from Buffalo, NY with a passion for speed. When Austin isn't writing about the auto industry you can find him racing go-karts, competing in time attack events, or autocrossing his 2017 Toyota 86—with a manual transmission, of course!

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  1. Clifton

    1968 mustang

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  2. Butch Tetro

    In our younger days my wife had a 68 convertible mustang automatic. I had a 67 with 3 on the floor. Loved them! I’m 62 now, and I told my wife someday we are going to get another! Close to buying a 2017 California special! But not the right time yet. I would definitely drive the 2019 first!

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