12. Ford Mustang GT390 Bullitt: Price Undetermined
One of the biggest Mustang legends is the Bullitt movie car. In 1968, the legendary actor Steve McQueen starred in this detective flick, playing a detective who drove a mean-looking 1968 GT390 Fastback. They used two cars during the shooting, but they destroyed one of them. They used the other for close-ups and promotional shoots. McQueen, a racing enthusiast, drove and modified it, preserving it for the future.
They later sold the surviving GT309 car. After several owners, it finally settled on the East Coast of the U.S. It is in the garage of a private owner who wants to remain anonymous and is fully aware of the importance of this car. Currently, the owner doesn’t want to sell it. But, when this car finally makes its way to the auction block, it will be the most expensive Mustang in the world with a price breaking all previous records.
If you happen to have a stash of money and want an iconic Mustang, perhaps you’ll be able to purchase one of these gems someday. It is nice to know some of the proceeds can benefit those in need, too.