Car guys (and gals) have many movie cars that capture our imaginations; Milner’s yellow deuce coupe, Frank Bullitt’s green '67 fastback Mustang, Bo and Luke Duke’s 69 Charger the General Lee and Memphis Raine’s 67 GT500 Mustang code named Eleanor. If you haven’t seen Gone in Sixty Seconds it’s a must for any car lover.
This Eleanor was started by the company that originally made the ’67 Shelby GT500’s for the movie. This ’67 Mustang fastback came to us as a bare painted shell; no trim, glass, driveline, engine ot transmission ... not even one bracket, completely bare. Everything had to be purchased or built and installed.
- 2013 5.0 Coyote Engine
- 6 speed transmission and hydraulic clutch
- AJE Colt 65 strut front suspension
- Custom built sway bar
- TCP pushrod suspension with fabricated 9” Ford housing
- Wilwood brakes
- Custom built stainless steel exhaust with fabricated stainless steel side exit tips.
- Stainless steel fuel cell
- Ring Brothers strut tower brace and hood hinges.
- Tons of custom fabricated parts
- Custom stereo
- Power windows, ProCar seats, custom console, Classic Instruments gauge cluster, Vintage Air AC, cruise control and lots more
- LED lighting from front to back