The RRS rear three-link setup...
The RRS rear three-link setup utilizes an extra long torque arm for better control. Here, it's being mounted to the 9-inch rear axlehousing.
|Creative advisor: ||Matt Stone|
|Body & paint:|| Marty Veltrop, Nick Branson, ZachVeltrop, Lonny Childress|
|Assembly:|| Darrel Bloomner, Jason Childress,Lonny Childress, Mike White, Bill Bufka, Greg Morland|
|Glass:|| Mike Hatcher|
|YearOne builders:|| David Gravley, Mark McDonald, Keith Manley, Phil Brewer|
|Equipment suppliers: ||DuPont, 3M, Mac Tools, Miller Welders, Sata Spray Equipment, Timberland (boots), IronClad (mechanics gloves)|
Here's the RRS three-link...
Here's the RRS three-link as installed in the car. Instead of the original-style shocks and coil springs, it uses a coilover setup.
Dynamat sound deadening was...
Dynamat sound deadening was used extensively throughout the Mustang's interior-under the carpet, in the doors, behind the kick panels, and so on-for a quieter ride and more solid feel. Here you can see the Dynamat over the rear wheelhousing. Also visible is the 8-inch rear subwoofer from Boston Acoustics. It will be hidden by the inner quarter-panel trim.
The crew looks over their...
The crew looks over their work prior to the car's shakedown run and a film sequence with a black Dodge Charger. Afterward, the car was loaded on Gateway's Haulmark trailer for the trip out west.
Chad was so fired up about...
Chad was so fired up about his '68 Bullitt that he wanted a photo of it with his other Bullitt Mustangs-the first production '01 Bullitt GT and the first '08 Bullitt GT.
With the Celebrity Rides cameras...
With the Celebrity Rides cameras rolling, Chad took delivery of his '68 Bullitt Mustang at his home in Malibu.