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1967 Eleanor Mustang


Eleanor

The 1967 Eleanor Mustang was first conceived for the 2000 movie Gone in 60 seconds remake starting Nicolas Cage. Eleanor was designed by Steve Stanford (Hot Rod illustrator) and Chip Foose. The movie cars were built by Cinema Vehicle Services (CVS). Due to popularity of the movie and car, aftermarket kits are available to create your own.

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Other years of the Eleanor: [1967] 1973 2008

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Examples of a 1967 Eleanor Mustang
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Pepper Gray Eleanor
The is one of the actual Pepper Gray 1967 Shelby GT-500 Eleanor movie cars from the 2000 movie Gone in 60 seconds remake staring Nicolas Cage. The car was designed by Steve Stanford (Hot Rod illustrator) and Chip Foose. It was built by Cinema Vehicle Services (CVS). CVS built a total of 13 Eleanors. The 12 used in the movie shoots were built from regular (non Shelby) 1967 Mustang fastbacks. The 13th Eleanor was built for the movie producer from a real GT500.

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