One of the most iconic movie cars of all time, a 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390 Fastback – the Bullitt Mustang – will be on display at America’s Car Museum (ACM) through April 25 at Tacoma, Wash.

The Ford Mustang piloted by legendary actor and motorsports enthusiast Steve McQueen during the 1968 film Bullitt left a lasting impact on movies and pop culture since its release. The 9-minute, 42-second chase scene was revolutionary for its time – putting the audience inside the vehicle while driving on actual roads.

Specs from silodrome: Modified for the making of Bullitt, two Mustang Fastbacks had GT 6.4 liter V8 engines with 4-speed manual transmissions. They were capable of 320 hp and 427 lb.ft. of torque.