Car addict or not, everyone out there has seen the famous movie "Gone in sixty seconds” at least once. Of course, most of you were amazed by Angelina Jolie, but, for those of you with a passion for cars, there was another "female" that caught your attention: "Eleanor."

"She" is a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 and a total of 15 units were specially developed for the movie. Apparently, Eleanor was the last car to be stolen, but turned out to be the hardest one to get.

While the GT500 models developed during that period are known as the "Eleanor," in this video you are watching at one of the 15 units developed for the movie. It features a 7.0-liter supercharged V-8 engine that delivers a total of 650 horsepower for the rear wheels.

This video is another reminder of what an amazing car the Eleanor is!


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  (548) posted on 04.11.2013

I have heard of Mustang before but I am not familiar with Eleanor. I didn’t appreciate the car if I have seen it in a far view. But the close-up gives me the opportunity to look at the interior more and I see that the details are simple but the back view is unconventional.

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