The Ford Mustang is undoubtedly one of the most legendary models in the automotive landscape, but not only for the in the 50 years that has pondered in the market since its arrival in 1964, but also for the various cases where a derivative version has monopolized a role on the big screen. Eleanor, Ford Mustang from the movie "60 Seconds" starring Nicholas Cage was one of those variations that seduced moviegoers and that in 2020, after two decades, it would go on to auction by becoming authentic jewel on wheels.
It will be next January when the auction house Mecum Auctions will auction in Kissimmee (USA) one of the 11 original copies that Movie Motor Services create for the processing of the year 2000 and this replaced the one seen in the original 1
Known as the "Dream Car" and based on the 1967 Ford Mustang, Eleanor debuted on the June 9, 2000 with an appearance created by Steve Standford and, Fr. will later realize a series of aesthetic modifications developed by designer Chip Foose and implemented by Cinema Vehicle Services, resulting in the vehicle reminiscent of the Shelby GT500 then.
V8 5.8 liter button and nitrous oxide
But if the exterior was attractive, what it appreciated under the hood did not lag behind: 5.8- Edelbrock Performer liter V8 engine with aluminum heads and intake ducts, five-speed manual Tremec TKO transmission, MSD ignition and mufflers Magnaflow exhaust, Total Control Produ suspension cts, Wilwood brakes, rear differential for steering wheel steering.
The bookmaker does not specify the total power provided by this muscle car whose heart is about 300 hp, but ensures that it retains a button to activate the nitric oxide power system capable of activating other power between 100 and 125 hp
The bookmaker is currently not disclosing the starting price at which the auction of this unit will be auctioned, although it does not appear that it will be too affordable given the history that awaits you and the price of € 157,000 set last year. by Fusion Motor Company for the return to the Eleanor market. Formula One is a Millennium Made in China: it's the journey of 1,000 races and 69 years of evolution. “/>