1967 Ford Mustang ‘Eleanor’ From ‘Gone In 60 Seconds’
The Ford’s praised Mustang is notorious point of fact, the vehicle has encouraged a standing as one of, if not the most well known horse vehicles ever from the roads of provincial America right to Hollywood’s Silver Screen.
There are as yet a skilled not many that stand separated as the stage’s generally sought-after models thinking about all things, including this 1967 “Eleanor” — one of the last enduring Fastbacks from the 2000 film industry hit, Gone In 60 Seconds.
The ’67 Ford Mustang Fastback we are talking today is one of just 11 variations worked for the film’s emotional pursue movement, the vehicle acquaints watchers with a zoological garden of Los Angeles’ notorious areas.
The vehicles Dupont Pepper Gray outside and a Shelby GT500s-enlivened body unit worked by Chip Foose, gives the ideal differentiation to the film’s depressing metropolitan environment, by giving a stunning on-screen presence, separating it from more than 50 other sought-after stages that would have been portrayed all through the heist film.
Nicholas Cage’s character, Randall “Memphis” Raines, named the 1967 Mustang “Eleanor” and presented the vehicle to various rapid arrangements that would feature the vehicle’s HiPo 351 CI V8 motor, spotless side-leave debilitates, and five-speed Tremec TKO manual transmission in plain view.
The Mustang has gone through a completely acknowledged rotisserie rebuilding by Cinema Vehicle Services since the film, and on its odometer has gathered just 90 miles.