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Bullitt 50th Anniversary

April 12, 2018

Steve McQueen in Bullitt

Here at l’art et l’automobile we are avid movie buffs, especially when those movies feature Green 1968 Ford Mustang GTs or the venerable Steve McQueen. But even more so, we appreciate the fine art and nostalgic memorabilia these films create and celebrate. That’s why we make it a point to collect and curate Iconic Film Artifacts and deliver them to you, so that maybe you can add that perfect Steve McQueen Piece to your Collection.

In honor of the Bullitt 50th anniversary, we present a collection of Steve McQueen posters and artifacts available in our collection.  These Rare and Beautiful Pieces are the perfect addition to your Steve McQueen collection, just in time for the anniversary of this classic movie.  

The Collection is available below here.

 Also, If you've ever wondered what happened to that Famous Bullitt Mustang, be sure to check out an amazing article detailing the wild story on our Blog at www.arteautoblog.com


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