Mustang will be put up for auction from the “Gone in 60 Seconds”November 8, 2019
In January 2020, at the Mecum auction, one of 11 cars built specifically for the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds” will be on sale.
As noted, the upcoming Eleanor Mustang played a significant role in the motion picture and was used in “episodes of the chase at the shipyard, in the city and along the Los Angeles River.” He is one of 11 cars designed for the “Gone in 60 Seconds” tape.
This particular auto was developed by Cinema Vehicle Services. Based on the Ford Mustang 1967 production year. The car was redone in the style of the GT500 and received special wheels, accessories and paint Pepper Gray Metallic.
Inside, the Eleanor Mustang interior has a steering wheel with a wooden rim, aluminum pedals, low rear seats and an Auto Meter tachometer. The car has a V8 engine of 5.8 liters, with which a 5-speed “mechanics” functions.
This Mustang also received Total Control Products suspension, Wilwood disc brakes, a stainless steel exhaust pipe, an MSD ignition system and a true nitrogen system providing an additional 100 hp. Auto looks brand new, as it was restored. Currently, the cost of Eleanor Mustang is kept secret.
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