2001 Mustang BULLITT # 2058 5582 Produced and one of 722 Produced in True Blue

Just read last summers Posts about the Motor Swap.

Hoping for an uneventful summer.

Picking car up from Winter storage tomorrow.

Next week I will get the new MGW Short Throw Shifter installed as well as the NB Inspection done.

Renewed Registration arrived in mail today. :FordSmile
[h=1]2001 Mustang Bullitt Specs, Colors, & Horsepower[/h]

Posted 11/30/2017 by Jason Konieczny

Check out all of the information you ever wanted to know about the famous 2001 Mustang Bullitt! Colors, production numbers, horsepower ratings and much more!
[h=4]2001 Mustang Bullitt History[/h]
The Bullitt Mustang. The iconic car has now become one of the more sought after New Edge Mustangs and will just increase in its popularity as the year’s progress. This is Ford’s Tribute to Steve McQueen and the 1968 GT390 that chased down that wily Black Charger in the 1968 movie BULLITT.

The differences between the Standard GT and the Bullitt are subtle but make a world of difference! Three colors were uses, Black, True Blue, and of course Dark Highland Green. This 275 horsepower Bullitt was tighter and more swift than the Standard GT which makes this car quite fun to drive in its stock trim!

Many of the Concept Car items such as the Rear Bumper fascia could not be reproduced in the time allotted before production. The Bullitt prototype Rear Bumper fascia was eventually used on the 03 Cobra rear bumper design. SVT “borrowed” the design from the Bullitt Concept car. The seat design was taken from the 1968 Mustang seats which had vertical pleats. The concept steering wheel did not make production as it would have required extensive testing due to air bag restrictions. The Brushed Silver fuel door and Painted Red calipers were added to help the Bullitt stand out compared to the Standard GT and the Cobra Mustangs. The Retro Gauge Cluster and the Brushed Pedal design/placement were also important addition to the 1968 design. The design team also wanted to design an all new C-pillar but cost prevented this from happening. The final result was a C pillar that resembled the 94-98 C pillar.

Speaking of SVT “borrowing” the Rear Bumper fascia, the original design team wanted the 32-Valve DOHC Cobra Engine instead of the SOHC 2V engine to be the heart of the Bullitt but SVT had ownership of the engine. Availability of Cobra engines was another concern. Distinct brand separation had to be maintained between the GT, Bullitt, and Cobra cars so that was another reason for the Cobra engine staying put in the SVT Mustangs. As a result, the Bullitt received the cast aluminum, long runner Ford Racing intake manifold to increase the Horsepower, improve the torque curve, as well as add to the cars uniqueness. Under drive pulleys and a larger alternator were also added to the Bullitt.

[h=4]2001 Mustang Bullitt Specs[/h] Overall Dimensions
  • Wheelbase: 101.3 (in.)
  • Overall Length: 183.2 (in.)
  • Overall Height: 52.35 (in.)
  • Overall Width: 73.1 (in.)
  • Tread Width (Front/Rear): 60.2/60.6 (in.)
  • Curb Weight: 3,273 (lbs.)
Front/Rear Seating
  • Seating Capacity: 4
  • Head Room: 38.1/35.5 (in.)
  • Shoulder Room: 53.6/52.1 (in.)
  • Hip Room: 52.8/47.4 (in.)
  • Leg Room (maximum): 42.6/29.9
Passenger/Luggage/Fuel Capacity
  • Luggage Capacity: 10.9 (cu. ft.)
  • Passenger Volume: 83.0 (cu. ft.)
  • Total Interior Volume: 93.9 (cu. ft.)
  • Liftover Height: 28.3 (cu. ft.)
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 15.7 (gal.)
  • Engine Layout: Front Engine, rear-wheel drive
  • Engine Type: 4.6L SOHC V-8
  • Displacement: 4.6L, 281
  • Horsepower: 265 @ 5000 Ford has updated to 275
  • Torque: 305 @ 4000
  • Compression Ratio: 9.4:1
  • Bore and Stroke: 3.6 x 3.6
  • Fuel System: Sequential multi-port electronic fuel injection
  • Fuel Requirement: 87 octane (minimum)
  • Fuel Economy (city/hwy): 17/25 (5-speed manual)
  • Exhaust System: Retuned, stainless steel with catalytic converters w/ Arvin Mufflers
  • Type: 5-speed manual (std.)
  • Final Drive Ratio: 3.27:1
  • Gear Ratios: 1st - 3.37; 2nd - 1.99; 3rd - 1.33; 4th - 1.00; 5th - 0.67; Rev. - 3.22
Chassis Construction
  • Type: Unitized body
Front Suspension
  • Type: Independent, modified MacPherson strut with separate spring on lower arm and stabilizer bar
  • Springs: Helical coil, rubber-insulated
  • Shock Absorbers: Tokico Shocks/Struts
  • Stabilizer: Bar/Tube
  • Diameter: 28mm Tubular
Rear Suspension
  • Type: Four-bar link with coil springs on lower arm (upper, loading; lower, arm) unique horizontal axle damper and stabilizer bar
  • Springs: Helical coil, rubber-insulated; progressive-rate
  • Shock Absorbers: Unique axle damper, gas-pressurized, hydraulic vertical shock absorbers and foam sleeve with horizontal axle dampers
  • Stabilizer Bar Diameter: 21mm Tubular
  • Type: Power-assisted rack-and-pinion
  • Overall Ratio: 5.0:1 on center
  • Turning Diameter: 38.1(ft.)
  • Aerodynamics
  • Coefficient of Drag: 0.36 (Cd)
[h=4]What Makes A Bullitt A Bullitt?[/h]
  • 13” Front brakes with Dual Piston Calipers and 11.6” rear rotors from the 99-01 Cobra. Calipers were red with a Running Pony on the front set.
  • A Unique cast aluminum intake manifold has an increased runner diameter to maintain low-end torque and provide a broader power curve for increased top-end performance as well as a great underhood appearance.
  • Twin blade 57mm throttle body replaces the GT 65mm single blade throttle body, allowing for quicker throttle response and increased air flow.
  • The alternator pulley was increased to 66 mm and the water pump pulley was increased to 140 mm.
  • The exhaust system has been tuned to increase flow approximately 20% and give the Bullitt distinct sound through Arvin mufflers with Rolled 3” exhaust tips.
  • All Mustang Bullitt’s have the tr3650 transmission and a 11-inch flywheel and clutch assembly that provides improved shift quality, increase torque capacity, and reduce clutch pedal efforts.
  • Holographic Bullitt Serial # sticker on the Driverside Strut tower and an additonal Serial # sticker located under the rear seat.


Exterior Differences
  • The famous “No Spoiler” Option
  • Fog lights were deleted
  • Side Scoops are smooth to resemble the 1968 GT390 and does not have the honeycomb plastic grill
  • Chrome Pony grill is centered in a blacked out coral instead of chrome.
  • Molded c-pillars sweep forward instead of straight down.
  • Brushed aluminum Fuel Filler door.
  • Molded front mud guards with Smooth Rocker Panels
  • Lowered by 3/4" compared to the GT.
  • Bullitt Badge on Left Decklid instead of GT Badge.
  • Rolled exhaust tips vs the plain angle cut tips on the GT.


Interior Differences
  • Seats are stitched to resemble the style from the 1968 GT390.
  • Brushed aluminum looking shifter bezel.
  • Brushed aluminum shifter knob.
  • Door sills with BULLITT logo.
  • Retro dash has white lighting and closely indexed speedometer.
  • Brushed Shifter Ball that burns your hand in the sun
  • Stainless steel pedal covers are positioned to provide better heel-to-toe relationship.

[h=4]Total Production Numbers[/h]
A Total of 5582 were made but the numbers go up 5601. These numbers includes 3 prototypes of which the McQueen family received four cars. These Special Bullitt’s were given specific Stickers that read "McQueen 1, McQueen 2, McQueen 3, and McQueen 4". The McQueen family Bullitt’s were included in the 5,582 final production number but they were NOT the very first Bullitt's produced. They were made during the regular production run.
Total production numbers of each color:
  • Dark Highland Green – 3041
  • Black – 1819
  • True Blue – 722
Total Production Numbers Of Bullitts With & Without Mach 460
  • True Blue w/ Mach 460: 669
  • True Blue w/out Mach 460: 54
  • Black w/ Mach 460: 1708
  • Black w/out Mach 460: 110
  • Dark Highland Green w/ Mach 460: 2873
  • Dark Highland Green w/out Mach 460: 168


Article originally published by Late Model Restorations
Nice certificate, I have ones for the Raptor and the GT350 , worth the investment.

Just a suggestion, I took a couple of colour copies of the certificate and laminated them....framed one for the garage, framed another to display at car shows.

It allows you to keep the original document stored in mint condition, but still be able to enjoy the certificate without worrying about ruining it.

Colour printers/copiers these days are so good, you can't tell the difference other than maybe the weight of the paper its on, and if its framed, no one will be any the wiser.

Add in an 8 x 11 calendar pic of your ride and it displays really nice.IMG_1568.jpeg
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9A65B216-9DB8-411C-9A27-59FBC0AB0331.jpegI did exactly that, made 2 colour copies and had them laminated. I keep one of the laminated copies in the BULLITT and display it on the dashboard at car shows, and the car guys actually take the time to read it.

The Original is framed and in my Man Cave.

01 BULLITTS had 2 stickers containing the BULLITT Production number installed during assembly at the Dearborn Assembly Plant. One under the carpet beneath the rear seat on drives side, the second one on the drivers side strut tower under hood. When I bought the car in 2011, the under hood sticker had faded some and the number was no longer legible. I found the 2nd sticker under back seat and got my BULLITT number, 2058. Ford made replacement stickers available around 5 years ago. I was able to obtain one with the assistance of my Local Ford Dealership. Rather than install it under hood and risk it fading in another 10, 20 years, I decided to install it on the framed Certificate of Authenticity.

Way ahead of me then, I didn't realize you had framed it already.

Nice touch with the numbered decals though, I had no idea they were tucked away in the car from the factory, learned something today.

Its details like than one that real car guys appreciate.