TACOMA, Wash. – Visitors to America’s Car Museum (ACM) in Tacoma, Washington, will be able to view one of the most iconic movie cars of all time, a 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390 Fastback – the Bullitt Mustang, until July 14.
“We’re thrilled that the owner of the Bullitt Mustang agreed to let us display it through July 14,” said America’s Automotive Trust CEO David Madeira. “It’s an honor to have such a significant vehicle, the 21st listed with the Historic Vehicle Association’s National Historic Vehicle Register, available to our guests.”
“Sharing Bullitt was always the collective dream of my father and I, we spoke of it often. The continued interest in the car, as well as our family story, and the ability to share it through the display at America’s Car Museum is something I am proud of, and know my father would be too,” said Sean Kiernan, owner of the Bullitt Mustang.
“The prominence of the Bullitt Mustang cannot be overstated,” added Madeira. “It continues in a long line of memorable vehicles and displays that make the America’s Car Museum such a great destination for car and history lovers alike.”
The Bullitt Mustang display is joined by Ford’s new 2019 Mustang Bullitt edition courtesy of Northwest Ford Dealer Association, which takes many cues from the movie car including a Dark Highland Green paint scheme, subtle chrome accents on the outer edge of the wheels, grille and windows, and minimal badging featuring the Bullitt logo.
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About LeMay – America’s Car Museum ()
America’s Car Museum (ACM), a member of America’s Automotive Trust, is an international destination for families and auto enthusiasts to celebrate America’s love affair with the automobile and learn how it shaped our society. Based in Tacoma, Wash., the stunning 165,000-sq.-ft. facility has been recognized as one of MSN’s 10 Best Automotive Museums worldwide, USA Today’s 10 Best Museums in Seattle and KING5’s Best Museum in Western Washington. ACM serves as an educational center for students of all ages, features 12 rotating exhibits and hosts AAT’s annual Signature Events. For more information, visit .
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About America’s Automotive Trust
America’s Automotive Trust (AAT), headquartered in Tacoma, Washington, is a not-for-profit corporation that seeks to secure America’s automotive heritage and to transfer the skills and knowledge necessary for the future of collector vehicles and the enthusiast community for generations to come. AAT is made up of four founding members: LeMay – America’s Car Museum, the RPM Foundation, Club Auto and the Concours Club. For more information on AAT, visit .
About the Historic Vehicle Association
The HVA is dedicated to preserving and sharing America’s automotive heritage. In 2014, the HVA established the National Historic Vehicle Register in partnership with the U.S. Department of the Interior, Heritage Documentation Programs and Library of Congress to document historically significant automobiles in America’s past. The HVA is supported by over 400,000 individual historic vehicle owners, key stakeholders, corporations and benefactors. Please visit: