Ford Mustang used in 1968 movie 'Bullitt' to be auctionedPosted: Updated:
A car featured in one of the most famous Hollywood chases ever is hitting the auction block.
The green, Ford Mustang GT was driven by actor Steve McQueen in the 1968 movie "Bullitt."
The car is considered by many to be the "holy grail" of movie cars and it's expected to command a hefty price.
The most money ever paid for a Mustang at auction was $2.2 million in 2019.
The auction is tonight in Kissimee, Florida.
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