Would You Like To Be Reminded Of The Unforgettable Car Chase Scene Dodge Charger Vs Bullitt Mustang
If you didn’t have the opportunity to watch the chase scene from 1968 you shouldn’t be bothered with it because you are about to watch the sequel that is much better. The video is truly awesome we could watch it over and over again. In the movie Steve McQueen drove a 1968 390 just like our old car used as a comparison. The only different is the colour. In today’s video Bullitt leaves that aged vehicle for dead. He is sprinting to 60 mph in 5.0 seconds, which is 1.3 seconds quicker.
Later the space widens in the quarter-mile, to 13.6 seconds at 104 mph versus 14.8 seconds at 95 mph. The first time he was noticed by the street racers it was thought to be an easy pray. Today’s 281-cubic-inch Bullitt, now an SOHC V-8, has two intake valves per cylinder and a snarling disposition. If you could time-travel it back to the ’60s, it would lose by a length or two to a 426 HEMI or a 427 Corvette, but it would have hurt GTOs and 442s so bad they’d cry. Mustangs are vehicles designed for the masses. They don’t come very expensive and are lined with low-aspiration plastic. What adds a muscular strength is the Bullitt package and that is not all, this package has a strong influence also on the mechanical presence and that dominates the individuality.
The steering is tense and fast. The ride is compact, all the time in movement, persistently up-down up-down. You feel the beat of the V8 – can’t escape.
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The Mustang is the main star in the movie a legendary icon. The dark green color only hyphenates it.