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The $2 Million Mustang

Today we’re featuring an iconic piece of American muscle that quickly became the poster car of the 2000’s. Enter, the 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Eleanor from Dominic Sena’s Gone in 60 Seconds. Exactly 11 examples were built for the movie including three “hero” cars (fully working cars). One of those hero cars made its way to Germany where Supercar Bondie on YouTube got to take a closer look.

The silver ‘Stang has black stripes, a custom front end and an impressive retro style. The car hasn’t been modified since it’s been on the big screen with Cage behind the wheel. Considering that the other two Eleanors sold at auction for $1 million, it’s almost certain this particular ride is worth around double that. Check out the video below for more. Enjoy.

Source: Motor1, Supercar Blondie

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