I have visited Worldwide Vintage Autos for a specific reason. Well… Let me take this back. I have flown into Denver to buy a really nice ’67 mustang fastback S-code in a Candyapple Red color for one of our customers (LINK). I did the inspection, car appeared to be in a really nice shape and we negotiated a really good deal on it, so we bought it.
Since I had some time before the flight I decided to see one more car that got me really interested. I found it on e-bay. It was also a Candyapple red, but what got my attention was the original color according to the Marti Report. It was a Highland Green. The cars was a 68 fastback, S-code, power steering, power brakes and AC. I think you know where I’m going with this. Yes, it was very close to the Bullitt car, but unfortunately it was an automatic. If it would be a four speed, I would probably consider buying it, but since I wanted to have matching numbers car and this needed a color change, it wasn’t what I needed, but it was a really good deal.
Back to the point. Worldwide Vintage Autos allows visitors by appointment only, but they were so kind to give me the tour without the appointment. I met with one of the owner and spend some time talking about the cars and in particular about the 68 mustang.. check out couple pictures of their cars: