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Steve McQueen's 71 Mustang 429SCJ
Hi All,

Does anyone have any information on this car? Gardoco mentioned Mcqueen owned this 429SCJ and it seems to still be up for sale.

Was Mcqueen ever seen in it? Would love to know some more information on it.

I read he wanted to buy the 68 fastback from Bullit, but the then owner wouldn't sell it to him. So maybe he bought this instead . . .

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Wow that is one beautiful Ride! Thanks for sharing this with us all 😎 Regards Lars DK73

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So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73whistling
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I posted about it a little over two years ago when it was up for sale. Not much info back then either.

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Finished in stunning Dark Blue Metallic with beautiful original Blue knitted Sports Group bucket seats. This beautiful motorcar was previously owned by the renowned actor Steve McQueen and it was in his personal collection. In 1975, while in California, he purchased this car along with 6 others. Later, the car was bought by a collector who kept it under cover and garaged until we purchased it from a prominent auction company. This spectacular motorcar has only 41,000 actual miles and is among one of the most original, authentic examples of a 429 Super Cobra Jet you will find anywhere. It comes with many desired options and is finished in one of the most rare and desired color combinations for this model. We are proud to offer this spectacular motorcar to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who appreciates and understands this investment potential of this great marquee. Bid with confidence - this just might be one of the best finds on eBay!

The documentation on the history of this car consists of a cancelled check by Steve McQueen when purchasing this car along with 6 others and a letter from the auction where it was purchased.
Comes with the original cancelled check from McQueen (back when Ali McGraw’s name was still on the account!)

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WOW what a awesome car. I wonder what it sold for last time. Anyone know?

John J
Wow - 32 grand for 7 cars. Would love to know what the other 6 were...

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Wow, what a beautiful machine!
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