1967 Ford Mustang Eleanor From ‘Gone In 60 Seconds’ For Sale

Mecum Unveils 1967 Ford Mustang Eleanor From From Gone in 60 Seconds to be Auctioned at Kissimmee 2020 (January 2-12)
One of the Original 11 Cars Built for Gone in 60 Seconds
  • One of the original 11 cars built for use in Touchstone Pictures’ 2000 film “Gone in 60 Seconds” by Cinema Vehicle Services in North Hollywood, California
  • According the the studio set car list, this car is labeled “The Dream Car”
  • Dream car featured in various interior and exterior film scene from the Shipyard, City and River chase scenes
  • Recent rotisserie restoration by Cinema Vehicle Services with approximately 90 miles since completion
  • Blueprinted HiPo 351 CI V-8 engine
  • MSD ignition system
  • Aluminum heads, roller camshaft
  • Edelbrock Performer intake
  • Headers and stainless side-exit exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers
  • Aluminum radiator with electric fan
  • Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission
  • Hydraulic clutch, PIAA lights
  • Quicktime bellhousing, Wenco driveshaft
  • 3.70 Positraction differential
  • Power steering, Wilwood disc brakes
  • Total Control Products suspension
  • Pepper Gray Metallic with Black stripes
  • NOS system, 120-125 additional HP
  • Hurst shifter with Iconic “Go Baby Go” button
  • Auto Meter Sport Comp 10,000 RPM column-mounted tachometer
  • LeCarra wood-rimmed steering wheel
  • TCP aluminum pedal covers
  • Trunk-mounted fuel cell
  • Custom 10-spoke wheels with spinner hubs

Source:Mecum Auctions