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27 minutes ago, vamach1 said:

I bought mine many years ago but you can still get them.

 

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Wait that's weird,hmmm,what happened to the first listing for the one that was over a $100?Cause Id pay $43,and change for one.

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1 hour ago, NYLIBUD said:

Wow that is pretty high in price.Maybe if it was 1/18th scale,I would pay that price,but not 1/36 scale.

I also found a few listings for about $40 plus shipping.

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5 hours ago, Canso65 said:

Looks great Pat.

What is the paint you used on the body?

I went to the Napa store and had them mix the  original Highlander green and put it in a can for me.  

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I have got to ask as apart from the movie I cannot find any reference to any person named Bullitt. So, it it a real name or something made up like many of Charles Dickens characters.
Great kit going on here, there is another being built only a key stroke away ;)

 

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39 minutes ago, HotRodaSaurus said:

I have got to ask as apart from the movie I cannot find any reference to any person named Bullitt. So, it it a real name or something made up like many of Charles Dickens characters.
Great kit going on here, there is another being built only a key stroke away ;)

 

It was Steve McQueen's character's name in the movie Bullitt. 

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10 hours ago, Pat Minarick said:

It was Steve McQueen's character's name in the movie Bullitt. 

Yes fair enough but does/has any person living or dead ever had the name Bullitt, i.e  Peter Bullitt, Geoffrey Bullitt etc. It seems a weird name that I cannot find any reference to, no obituary's etc. :(

 

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On 2/24/2019 at 8:54 PM, Rob Hall said:

Besides the movie, I know the name from the county in Kentucky (I have a cousin that lives there) and there is a Bullitt family that county was named for for. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullitt_(disambiguation)

 

 

On 2/24/2019 at 6:02 PM, Pat Minarick said:

Good old Wikipedia. Thanks for that, and the house of names, interesting because I gave up looking after two pages of references to car chases, directors and soundtracks etc. Appears the Bullitt's died out around 1957, leaving poor old Frank to carry on the name ;)

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On 4/2/2018 at 11:23 AM, Pat Minarick said:

Sorry not what I put in , what my phone changed it too!

Thanks.

Turning out quite nicely, great subject and movie. Never apologize! 

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