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Before bidders get a chance at owning it, it will be at the Charlotte AutoFair.

It is one of the most well-recognized American cars, turned collector car around. Before it exchanges hands at the Mecum auction, it can be seen in North Carolina at the AutoFair in Charlotte at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. The car will be accompanied by it longtime owner, Sean Kiernan.

This is no ordinary 1968 Mustang. It was made famous in the classic film Bullitt when it was driven by Steven McQueen. The Highland Green Fastback is the real deal, and is not a replica or tribute car - it’s the movie car that was driven recklessly through the hectic streets of San Francisco.

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