Bullitt Revival No. 1
The ghost of Mustang’s glorious past haunted Ford in the early 2000s. The Mach I was re-introduced and the legendary Bullitt Mustang was offered as a special model in 2001 to help reinspire interest in a model that was getting a bit tired (via Ford Performance). Among Mustang fans, the image of a green Fastback had a cult status. That is why Ford decided to introduce a new Bullitt version.
It featured a blacked-out grille, Highland Green paint job, and American Racing wheels. The 4.6-liter engine was slightly upgraded to 265 hp and 305 lb.-ft of torque. That was still enough to achieve a pretty impressive 5.6-second 0 to 60 mph time. The Bullitt Mustang was more expensive than the regular GT model, and fewer than 6000 were built.