Where Did The Ford Mustang Eleanor Go

The Ford Mustang Eleanor from the movie "Gone in 60 Seconds" has become an iconic car in popular culture. The car in "Gone in Sixty Seconds" was a customized 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, and it has gained a cult following among car enthusiasts and movie fans alike.

As for the whereabouts of the actual car used in the film, it is currently owned by a private collector and is not publicly accessible. However, fans can still experience the thrill of owning a piece of automotive history by purchasing replica parts and accessories to build their own Eleanor-inspired Mustang.

If you're looking to customize your own Mustang to resemble the iconic "Gone in 60 Seconds" car, you can find a wide range of parts and accessories at PartsHawk.com. From body kits and performance upgrades to interior accessories, PartsHawk.com has everything you need to transform your Mustang into a true Eleanor tribute. So, even though the original car may be out of reach, fans can still bring a piece of the iconic "Gone in 60 Seconds" car to life with the help of PartsHawk.com.

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