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Nothing says classic American muscle like the Ford Mustang. The Mustang has been an icon in the sports car world for over 50 years. One of the most iconic, perhaps of all Mustangs created since 1964, is Steve McQueen’s 1968 Mustang. This isn’t your average sports car, and its history is anything but average.

The Steve McQueen Mustang

Steve McQueen expertly maneuvered the Mustang in the 1968 movie ‘Bullitt,’ an action thriller taking place in San Francisco that features some of the most exciting, high-paced car chases in film history. Many tributes and stories have been created around the mystical, almost supernatural Mustang.

steve mcqueen mustang

When the world learned in January of 2017 that the historical car, which had vanished from the face of the earth many years ago, had actually survived McQueen himself, you can imagine the bewilderment and astonishment felt by all. McQueen died in 1980, and the Kiernan family, the car’s owner since 1974, had kept the iconic American sports car hidden away in a Kentucky barn for all these years.

The Kiernans ended up with the hero car after purchasing it from a Road & Track classified ad for $3,500, where they used it as a daily driver until 1980 when the clutch went out with just 65,000 miles on the odometer. Interestingly enough, McQueen wrote the Kiernans a letter asking to buy it back, but they declined. Eventually the Kiernans moved to Tennessee, bringing the Mustang with them and putting it in storage where it would be forgotten for many years.

steve mcqueen mustang

A New Chapter for an Old Legend

The iconic 1968 Mustang sold for $3.4 million at a Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, FL. The hammer price was the most money EVER spent on a Mustang at a public auction, decimating the previous record of $2.2 million, which was for a 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake back in 2019.

Funny enough, the bidding for this legendary car started at just $3,500- jumping to $1 million and then $2 million not even a minute later. The reason for the low starting price? The car’s owner, Sean Kiernan, explained that the two times the car had sold previously, it had been purchased for $3,500.

steve mcqueen mustang sale

The interior of the Mustang features bits of filming equipment still in the body of the car. The engine was modified to enhance speed and sound, and features additional camera mounts welded to the metal tubes underneath the car. In addition, the truck has been cut into to allow cords to run from the generator to the lights and cameras.

Now officially the most expensive American muscle car sold at public auction, the legend of the Steve McQueen Mustang continues it’s long-lived legacy.

The Steve McQueen Edition Mustang

The Steve McQueen Edition Mustang is the dream Mustang for Mustang enthusiasts everywhere, beautifully honoring the Steve McQueen legacy. This one-of-a-kind Mustang features many expertly crafted details reminiscent of the original model from over 50 years ago. The Steve McQueen Edition contains details like embroidered Leather seats, a powerful Supercharged engine, and custom detailing with Steve McQueen’s signature on the rear bumper. Take a look at the photos of this iconic Mustang below:

Setting up the Steve McQueen Edition Mustang
Setting up the Steve McQueen Edition Mustang. (Step One Automotive Group)
Exterior of the Steve McQueen Edition Mustang
Exterior of the Steve McQueen Edition Mustang. (Step One Automotive Group)
Leather seats inside of the Steve McQueen Edition Mustang
Leather seats inside of the Steve McQueen Edition Mustang (Step One Automotive Group)
Interior of the Steve McQueen Edition Mustang
Inside of the Steve McQueen Edition Mustang. (Step One Automotive Group)
Supercharged Steve McQueen Edition Mustang
Supercharged Steve McQueen Edition Mustang. (Step One Automotive Group)
Steve McQueen Edition Mustang
The Steve McQueen Edition Mustang. (Step One Automotive Group)

Come check out this memorable Mustang for yourself today at Ford Crestview in Crestview, FL, near Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach. Contact the team at Ford Crestview keep up-to-date with the latest Mustang information and releases and to see the one-of-a-kind Steve McQueen Edition Mustang in Florida.

The Ford F-150 Hybrid has been one of the most highly-anticipated Ford trucks of recent times, especially since it’s intended to be the predecessor to the equally as excitable Ford electric truck. Needless to say, there is plenty of speculation around it. While the actual truck hasn’t been released yet, we now have inside information on what the engine lineup will be powered by when it launches.

2021 Ford F150 Redesign

2021 Ford F-150 Engine

As stated by a document leaked on the Ford F-150 Forum, the 2021 F-150’s powertrain will have a number of options. The hybrid truck system will pair with the pickup’s base 3.5-liter V6, which has a horsepower of 375 without the assistance of an electric engine. The chart doesn’t specify exactly what the horsepower will be with electrification, though we can reasonably assume that addition of the electrified engine will positively impact the horsepower. The alleged 2021 F-150 VIN decoder actually shows “TBD” for the electric engine’s horsepower, and Ford has been quiet about this as well.

Ford F-150 Hybrid Release

There isn’t much more available information on the upcoming 2021 Ford F-150. No information has been corroborated by the manufacturer yet, so even the document from the Ford Forum should be taken lightly. Ford initially mentioned that the electric truck was set to launch sometime in 2020, but as the document suggests, the hybrid F-150 will be a 2021 model. Still, we’re likely to see it come out later this year, and we’ll be sure to greet it with all the fanfare this mysterious model deserves.

2021 F150 Hybrid

Shop for the 2021 F-150 and other Ford trucks at Ford Crestview

In the meantime, you can shop for the 2020 Ford F-150 and other Ford trucks at Ford Crestview in Crestview, Florida. Browse our inventory of various Ford models, and our Express Store will assist you with buying your new Ford truck from the comfort of your home. We even offer six months of payment relief when you purchase a new Ford truck, so you’ll have peace of mind long after you leave our dealership. Contact our team at Ford Crestview today to learn more!

While Ford’s hybrid and electric lineup ignites in us a new way to fathom high-performance and As for the 2021 Mach 1, Ford reinvents the 1969 classic “pony car”, previously sharing tales of street-screeching take-offs and standard suspension. The Mach 1 was the car that originally discontinued the GT due to its success.

Mustang fans everywhere will know this name, but what they’ll find in 2021 won’t be like its predecessor – the Hybrid Mustang may be efficient, economic, and environmentally impactful, but can it do the job?

Mach1 Mustang

What’s Next for the Ford Mustang Hybrid?

According to an article by CNET, Ford has let slip some interesting speculations about the Mach 1 release. This 2020 F150 Hybrid model is said to launch in 2021, but the US-based manufacturer has yet to release a timeframe on the Mach 1.

Back in January, Mustang-enthusiasts “spotted” the Mach 1 prototype featuring new wheel and tire packaging, “front fascia, chunky exhaust tips, and a new rear aerodynamics package with a unique wing and diffuser combo.” Resembling the Mustang GT350, the Mach 1 may be set to receive the 5.2-liter flat-plane crank V8. But while the documents mention the GT500, there is no mention of the Mustang GT350. Word is still out on whether or not Mustang-enthusiasts will be shopping for a GT350 Hybrid or another mock-up entirely.

Mach 1 Mustang

Coming Soon: Ford Mustang Mach E

One thing is for sure, if it’s anything like the hype surrounding the Mach E, customers will be lining up to test drive the hybrid version of their favorite sports performance car. The Mach E is said to be released sooner than the Mach 1, and car-buyers are already signing up to reserve their spot in the race towards Ford’s hybrid and electric lineup in 2020.

Mach1 Mustang Exterior

Ford Hybrid and Electric Models in Crestview, FL

Ford Crestview is proud to provide our Florida Panhandle community the best selection of Ford Performance Car models like the Mustang GT, Mustang GT Premium, Mustang Bullit, Mustang Shelby GT350, and more. We also have a wide variety of hybrid models like the Ford Fusion Hybrid or Ford Escape Titanium Hybrid. Contact one of our Performance Car experts to learn more about Ford’s 2021 Hybrid Mustang Mach 1. Stay tuned for more updates and visit our group, Step One Automotive for automotive news on your favorite vehicle brands in Crestview and surrounding areas including Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach.

Comparing the 2020 Ford F150 and the 2020 Nissan Titan

With so many pickup trucks on the market today, finding the perfect truck for you may seem overwhelming. Buying a new truck is no small decision, either; with many factors and features to consider, like towing, performance, power, efficiency, safety features, technology, and more, being a well-informed shopper is best when it comes time to shop for a new truck.

We will compare the features mentioned above and more on the Ford F-150 and Nissan Titan, two popular models in today’s hot truck market. This will allow you to make an informed, confident decision when it comes time to buy your next full, heavy-duty, or midsize pickup.

Ford Truck


So, how do the Ford F-150 and Nissan Titan stack up against each other performance-wise? No doubt about it, the Nissan Titan has a powerful engine- the Titan comes equipped with a standard 5.6-liter Direct Injection Gasoline DOHC 32-Valve V8 engine and 9-Speed automatic transmission. This engine delivers 400 HP @ 5,800 rpm. The Titan also delivers 413 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm. In the Titan XD, the next trim level up, you will find a 5.6-liter DOHC 32 valve V8 engine that can deliver 400 HP and 413 lb-ft of torque @ 4,000 rpm.

The F-150 hangs on to it’s best-selling truck title with thousands of build possibilities and many powertrains to choose from. The F-150 comes with a standard 2.7L EcoBoost V6 engine, with auto start/stop technology, an electronic 10-speed transmission with Tow/Haul, Snow/Wet, EcoSelect, and Sport modes. The F-150 also comes with several optional engines, including the 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine, 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 engine, and 3.0L Power Stroke Turbo Diesel V6 Engine.

Ford Red Truck


The Titan’s big engine does come at a price- and that price is efficiency. The Titan averages 16 City MPG and 22 highway MPG, for a combined average MPG of 18. The Ford F-150 on the other hand, receives an average of up to 22 City MPG and 28 highway MPG, which is significantly better than that of the Titan. Of course, MPG is an estimated average, and tow load, terrain, engine type, how often your truck is maintenanced, and other factors may cause these figures to vary.

Safety Features

t the end of the day, you and your passenger’s safety is really all that matters when you get behind the wheel of a vehicle. Both the F-150 and the Titan feature an array of both standard and optional safety features that will give you peace of mind while navigating the roads. Ford equipped the F-150 with a slew of standard safety features, including a rear view camera with Dynamic Hitch Assist, AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control, BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with Trailer Coverage, Curve Control, Four-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes, and more.

As for the Titan, the standard safety features include Lane Departure Warning, Intelligent Drier Alertness, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Automatic Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Warning, Trailer Sway Control, and more. Both trucks have countless features to give you confidence while conquering the road, trail, or wherever life may take you.

Men Inside Ford Truck

Check Out the Powerful Ford F-150 for Yourself Today in Crestview, FL

Both the Nissan Titan and the Ford F-150 provide excellent capabilities and features to keep you both safe and comfortable. The next step in your truck buying journey is to go for a test drive. Interested in test driving a new 2020 Ford F-150? Get in touch with our friendly team at Ford Crestview today to get started!