No, I am not talking about anything illegal, so put down those phones, and hear me out. It is actually about a muscle car.
So if you are a fan of muscle cars or of Nicholas Cage, maybe even both, you might be happy to know that a 1967 Ford Mustang GT500, nicknamed Eleanor, will go on sale.
The main star of the movie Gone in 60 seconds, Eleanor was the big prize of a master car thief (Cage). Eleven units were built for use on the set, of which only 3 were actually functional, and it is estimated to bring in around 100.000 dollars at the Dana Mecum 26th Original Spring Classic Auction.
Built by Cinema Vehicle Services and Chip Foose, the Mustang sports a 5.7 liter V8 engine capable of 400 horsepower. Besides the authenticity certificate you will also receive a plaque which has Eleanor’s VIN. So even if it isn’t really a Shelby, this Ford Mustang GT500 is a movie icon and any owner should be proud of it.