Eleanor sold for 1.1 MIllion

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The hero car of “Gone in 60 seconds”, 1967 Shelby GT500 – the Elanor, was sold at Dana Mecum auction for amazing $1.1 million. The price reach that highs cause this particular car was used as a hero car and for close-up shots and promotional events.

The Eleanor was built for the movie by Cinema Vehicle Services and Chip Foose. The 400-horsed V8 is mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox. Custom Shelby features power steering, lower stance, custom body kit, 17-inch rims with GYs, the famous “Go-baby-go” shift knob, and many other custom tweaks. Since this particular Mustang is probably the most replicated Fastback on the planet Earth this 1.1 mil is a really good investment.

 Images: Dana Mecum auction