The 1967 Ford Mustang that starred with Nicolas Cage in the remake of the cult film Gone in 60 Seconds will go under the hammer at Mecum’s Original Spring Classic Sale in Indiana, USA, from 14-19 May.
Several cars were used during filming, but the example on offer is the one that was driven by Cage and used for close-ups, posters and in promotional material.
Built by Cinema Vehicle Services, this Eleanor is the work of designer Chip Foose and features a glassfibre front end – with high-powered driving lights – flared wheel arches, side skirts and scoops.
Mechanical upgrades include lowered, stiffer suspension, all-round disc brakes and a 350cu in, 400bhp Ford crate engine.
The interior remains largely untouched aside from the addition of a fire extinguisher, retrofit rev counter and an activation button for the nitrous injection.
Read the full description on Mecum’s website.