/BIG MUSCLE Dubai: ’68 Sand Bullitt



Who knew that a great tribute to the hero car in “Bullitt” -a 1968 Mustang fastback- would be in DUBAI? Burnouts. Camels. Oh yes.

30 Comments

  1. Post By eric heine

    According to Hot Rod Legend Steve McQueen had the 68 Corvette motor and 4-speed put in the 68 Mustang for the stunts.A friend of mine saw the car with the Chevy small block in one of the Mustangs on the set. The effort was to make the car lighter, with more horsepower and better shifting.

  2. Post By FerrariDMC

    4:45

  3. Post By The Walking Dad

    Damn, what does the paint look like after being sand-blasted every time it gets driven? Probably not driven very often?

  4. Post By PANAGIOTIS G.

    ICONIC CAR !!!!

  5. Post By Mike E.

    I loved it great video.It would be nice to see you do the same with The RollingStones Mustang that Kristen Stewart drove and tell us its build.

  6. Post By Darren J. Shank

    Cool Video !!!! Keep it Up !!!

  7. Post By PhenomProductions23

    4:45 What we all came here to see.

  8. Post By stephen welby-jenkins

    Sounds like the soundtrack! Awesome ☺

  9. Post By Mike Hall

    "We all speak automobile – We all speak hot rod"Damn right!

  10. Post By dart swinger

    nooo bring it back to america. they have their exotics we keep our muscle cars. bring it back

  11. Post By 46dc9er

    This guy that does this show seems like a good person but he has absolutely no charisma

  12. Post By Ronald Caraway

    Dude the guy Khalid was the one who owns the Desert Bullet and was driving his other driver, the red Ford, and you deleted it from your video. The owner of the Mustang and the owner of the red truck is the same guy.

  13. Post By Gustavo Pintor

    Hi. Came to Brazil – San Panblo, to drive a real Bullit with 390 engine and sign by Chas McQueen…. it will be my pleasure…

  14. Post By courier11sec

    Steering rack?Converted to R&P?

  15. Post By bob bobo

    That stoker sounds 100% amazing, really sounds like a 390 strangely enough. Love he used a stoked Ford mill and not a SB Chevy which would be sacrilege. Injection,modern ignition and modern tranny plus old school pushrod V-8's is a damn good combination. 67 and 68 fastback is one of the most beautiful bodies ever devised by man in my opinion. Im glad he didnt muck it up with wide body or de chroming it. This build is just right, well done.

  16. Post By bobhilly546312156332

    And it's not ls powered

  17. Post By BennysBenz

    If you guys could go to Iran their are so many great muscle cars! Specially GMs pre 1979 Chevy build cars in Iran under the Chevy-Iran name plate. Obviously this is a pipe dream for drive to go and film cars there right now.

  18. Post By favian Nunez

    Idkw this reminds me of redeadredemption 2

  19. Post By kitkat_boy

    this place is CRAZY.

  20. Post By S/V Cooper Dude

    Well at least they appear to be Ford people lol!

  21. Post By Dino Kulalic

    next video, we need round about's….

  22. Post By MLP-Hot-Rod

    Steve's son Chad said in a recent interview that the car they used in the film had a 427 swapped into it. Nice!

  23. Post By RedblacK Army

    Only with 68 Mustang you can feel the road

  24. Post By Orange_Gretsch_Man

    ewwww its open diff

  25. Post By Luis Guevara

    Nooo that car should be brought back.

  26. Post By Itchiray N

    This is great. Great shots of a great car, and not overhyped. Just cool drivin in the hot sand….doing some Detroit diplomacy. Good to see on all levels. Like the message. That car does have a great stance too. Nice job fellas.

  27. Post By Joss Alcantara

    what did he said is the color of the car on 0:53? Dark what green?highland?

  28. Post By Red Hybrid

    how can you go to uae and not drive the 1995 generation nissan patrol……

  29. Post By farexynex

    you guys were in sharjah near fujairah in UAE

  30. Post By secretpolice

    If these year of cars cannot perform properly due to the heat then what can be done to make it reliable in the heat? Yea i understand it gets STUPID hot up in the middle east but what about So cal and the likes?

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