38. Bullitt Mustang
One of the biggest Mustang legends is the Bullitt movie car. In 1968, the legendary actor Steve McQueen starred in a detective flick “Bullitt” and played a detective who drove a mean-looking `68 GT390 Fastback. Two cars were used during the shooting, one reportedly being destroyed and the other for close-ups and promotional shoots which was driven and modified by McQueen himself, and which was preserved.
The second car was later sold and owned by several owners and finally settled in the East Coast of America in hands of a very private owner who wants to remain anonymous and who is fully aware of the importance of this particular car. The owner doesn’t want to sell it, but if and when this car eventually makes its way to the auction block, we are sure that this will be the most expensive Mustang in the world with the price which will break any previous records. In early 2018, this legendary piece of muscle and movie history resurfaced and Ford is proudly showing it around the world after convincing owner to share his treasure with the rest of the car community.