An American Tragedy! September 11th 2001

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#227 had a brand new Engine put in because of two blown headgaskets. It's a bummer, but so far it's running GREAT!

227 had a few paint issues to work out and Prism Autobody took care of it for me! They also did an EXCELLENT job putting the Blue and Purple Pearl Flames on 227. Thanks Harry, Ray, Christi and all the guys at Prism Autobody! Great Job.

Breakdown on Bullits:

True Blue: 723
Ebony: 1818
Dark Highland Green: 3041

My 1968 Ford Mustang Engine. Lots of dust from sitting for two many years. It looks like it's time to start working on it again;-)...

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Bullitt Caliper color
P/N ALBZ-19500-1001A Cardinal Red


This is what Black Bullitt 227 looks like today with Flames
This is what the car looked like when I brought it home. Still needed a good detailing, but looked good in the photo.


Black Bullitt 227 at Autodesk Inc.
This is what the car lookes like today after Prism Autobody applied the Blue and Purple Ghost Flames. Also a new set of Yokohama AVS ES100 275 35 18's on a set of Chrome Replica Bullitt Wleels from


    • Ask for Harry Strouse
    • 5277 Old Redwood Highway Santa Rosa, Ca. 95403
    • Phone 707-545-4388 or 1-800-585-4388


Here are some nice detail shots of the NEW Mustang GT Bullitt!. This is car #00227. Only 5601 have been produced.
227 in San Francisco. December 24th across from the Norwegian Seaman's Church. This is on Hyde Street. Notice the Cable car in the background.

The car on the River Near Albion River Inn.
227 crossing the Golden Gate Bridge on December 24th.

Bud's 2001 Bullitt and 1968 Mustang. It may be time to start the restore on the 68;-).



The car was purchased from Hansel Ford in Santa Rosa, California.

Mustangweekley has a more indepth article on the Bullitt. Check this link if you would like to learn more.

Another nice link on the Bullitt!