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I would keep the current one. I am not a fan of the bullet at all.
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While this may be a bit off subject...I got rid of a C5 Z06 to get my 19 Bullitt, just saying.
Totally different cars and cool in their own way. Can’t go wrong with either. I’ve always like the C6 Z06 but I like having back seats and to sit higher
 
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I love the C6 Z06 or the ZR1 but they’re DEFINITELY waaaaaaay out of the price range.
 
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Put my car in the all American car show on Sunday and not one bullitt! Kinda spewing cos I wanted to pick the owners brains
 

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I have a soft spot for special Mustangs. I've obsessed over 60s GT500s, 350s, Bosses, Mach 1s, Hertz since I was a kid. While on my hunt, I weighed the PP1/PP2, but came away with the Mach 1 since it "feels" a lot more special. Judging by your original post, you may have the some disposition and yearn for something a little "more special" like me. If that's the case and you're able, I would go for the "special one" every time. Keeping the GT might make sense since it sounds like it's a beast but if it's not what you truly want, swap it since it's not bringing you the joy it could.
 

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Obviously you’d notice the drop in power going from a supercharged GT to a stock Bullitt, but something you could change down the road if you wanted. The Bullitt will hold value better being a special edition and the Dark Highland Green is an awesome color. If it were me, I’d probably lean towards Bullitt just because it’s a limited edition model and if I really missed the extra power of the supercharger I’d add it later on. Not to mention it’s really hard to use all the available power from the s/c on standard roads. Need to go to the track to use all that extra horsepower. Just my $0.02USD
 

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@PLAYTYM, I know you said you didn’t want to pull the SC off of your GT, but it might be worth it to buy a spare IM and take the blower off to either sell and recoup some cashor use it on the Bullit if you get one. On the other hand, if you were going to net more on the sell of your GT because of the blower, then I can certainly see why you’d leave it in place.
 
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You never need to go beyond 4th, unless you want to save fuel, so basically 2 override gears which doesn’t really make sense.
I miss the instant torque of my 2014 S4. At 70 you could mash the throttle and you were gone. It was a 6 speed MT - but IMO revved way to high at cruising speed. Even though it got great mileage.

You have to plan for a pass in this car. But it gives you an excuse to shift. Which is why it was on my very short list of cars when I bought it.

I‘ve never owned a car without a MT. Trucks? Yes.
 
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@PLAYTYM, I know you said you didn’t want to pull the SC off of your GT, but it might be worth it to buy a spare IM and take the blower off to either sell and recoup some cashor use it on the Bullit if you get one. On the other hand, if you were going to net more on the sell of your GT because of the blower, then I can certainly see why you’d leave it in place.
I’ll definitely get more with the S/C than if I took it off…….plus I’ve been thinking…..I recon a nice stroked bullitt would be just MEAN!! 😜
 

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Hello Chris I have left mine stock except for the strut brace and centre gauges Have you looked at other states for one ? A couple here in Perth around the 80k mark
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