1967 Eleanor Mustang With Tons of Mods!
The 1967 Fastback is one of the most recognizable classic Mustangs because it was used in the popular action movie “Gone in 60 Seconds”. The car was called “Eleanor” and was fitted with a range of excellent performance parts and modifications that inspired many people to design their own 1967 Mustang in the similar lines.
This original 1967 Mustang Fastback is painted in Metallic Gray with black stripes and original Shelby parts complete the Eleanor look. The black interiors have a range of stylish additions including a performance gauge kit, wood grain steering wheel, 3-point harness racing seatbelts from Sparco and much more!
The custom built 1967 Mustang GT500 Eleanor comes with a well built 351 V8 engine augmented with the use of quality performance parts including ignition systems from MSD, aluminum cylinder heads and carburetor from Edelbrock, aluminum valve covers from Ford Racing and racing fuel lines. The vehicle also comes with a 5-speed Tremec TKO transmission, power steering kit from Billet, brake distributor from SSBC, 4 wheel performance brake system from Wilwood and suspension parts from Global West to ensure that the vehicle is under control at all times.
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