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Thursday September 24, 2020
At last, we finally know. Or do we? The famous Frank Bullitt Mustang sold Friday afternoon for $3.74M (including buyers premium), but to an unknown phone bidder. The iconic Mustang, once thought to be lost to the ravages of time, surfaced almost 2 years ago – hidden away in plain sight. Owner Sean Kiernan and family were all in attendance at the 2020 Mecum Kissimmee Auction on Friday as the much anticipated sale of their beloved Mustang took place. Thousands filled the arena as the car was rolled in for the auction. The atmosphere was as surreal as it gets for car guys. The Bullitt Mustang was going to be sold at no reserve. Opening bid? $3,500. The same price paid for the old movie prop long ago. Everyone raised their bidders pass and grabbed on to a short piece of time in automotive history. Final bid was $3.74M and just like that, the car was hammered sold to an unknown buyer over the phone. Well purchased in our opinion.
Other auction notes: The 1966 Superformance GT40 MKII – Ken Miles Hero Car from the Ford v. Ferrari movie sold for $484,000 well above its high estimate of $325,000. Another strong runner was the Eleanor from the Gone in 60 Seconds remake starring Nicholas Cage – 1 of the 11 movie cars sold for $852,000, – a whopping 40% above high estimate! Several fantastic collections were sold there as well. Those and the rest of the results can be found here.
Mecum Auctions Kissimmee 2020
Osceola Heritage Park
1875 Silver Spur Lane Kissimmee, FL 34744