1967 Ford Mustang ‘Eleanor’ Custom Replica

Jul 11, 2018

Category: Rides

Of all the iconic movie cars that have appeared on the silver screen over the years, ‘Eleanor’ from Gone in 60 Seconds is certainly one of the all-time best. But ’67 Mustangs are hard enough to come by, let alone ones built to its on-screen specs. Luckily, if you’re a fan of this particular car, the folks at Brand New Muscle Car can build you an exact replica of the 1967 ‘Eleanor’ Ford Mustang.

This pony car, while not an official Ford-built vehicle, is made to exacting standards, including the addition of a 450hp 428 big block engine and plush all-leather interior. And while an exact replica would certainly be nice, the brand also offers a number of different variants with up to a whopping 1,000 ponies under the hood. And, of course, there’s always the option of a completely customized one, built to your exact specifications. Whether you’re a purist looking to add a spot-on Eleanor recreation to your collection or you want something with a hell of a lot more oomph, BNMC can build you one. Pricing starts at $149,995.

Purchase: $149,995+

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