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Gone in 60 Seconds ‘Eleanor’ GT500 Up for Auction

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The 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 infamously known as Eleanor from the movie ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’, is up for auction. You can have a genuine piece of automotive history and big screen action if you are the winning bidder of Eleanor during Dana Mecum’s 26th Original Spring Classic auction in May 14th through the 19th.

Of course there were several Eleanor GT500’s used in the Gone in 60 Seconds movie, but this one was the ‘Hero’ car driven by Nicolas Cage himself during movie close-ups. The Vehicle, along with many other stunt vehicle creations in the movie, was built by Cinema Vehicle Services with the help of master designer Chip Foose. Powering this vehicle, as well as other on-screen Eleanors, is a 351/400 horsepower Ford crate engine.

Hit up the mecum.com auction site to get more information or register to bid on the vehicle at auction.

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