Eleanor Hero Car Sells at Mecum for $1 Million
Those in attendance on Saturday May 18, 2013 at Dana Mecum's 26th Original
Spring Classic auction at the Indiana State Fairgrounds saw the 1967 Ford
Mustang Eleanor Hero Car
from the movie Gone in 60 Seconds sell for an astonishing $1 million.
Catch the Saturday auction highlights here.
1967 Eleanor Mustang GT500 for Sale: Sweet Engine Rev
Visit http://www.sunsetclassics.com/1967-Mustang-eleanor-gt500/ to see this
wicked 1967 Eleanor Mustang
sold by Sunset Classics.
This is the third Mustang
Eleanor GT500 Replica we've had the pleasure of selling take a look at the
link above for the full specs as well as photo and video galleries of this
cool Eleanor Mustang.
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If you are looking to add one of these cool replicas to your collection
give me a call.
Owner Sunset Classics
1968 Shelby GT500 Big Block, 4 Speed Eleanor with Nitrous
1968 Shelby GT500
The BEST of the Best!
Built to perfection!
SUPER RARE Color..... BLACK!!
The Shelby GT500 is sure to raise your pulse with its incredible horsepower and reliability.
This Shelby GT500 was hand crafted at Classic Recreations facility located
in Yukon, Oklahoma.
Special ordered with Modern amenities that include authentic Shelby
Performance Parts, rack and pinion steering, race inspired suspension,
oversized 4 wheel disc brakes, and MUCH, Much more.
Info. at www.1967Fastback.com
ABSOLUTELY NO EXPENSE SPARED! For Sale NOW at www.NationalMuscleCars.com
How to build a paint booth for your car.
FYI - after spraying the clear coat, it is pretty clear to me that I needed
a filter bank just like the one I build on one end and put it on the other
end. While spraying the clear coat, the air flow wasn't good enough. If I
had twice the filters and had them spaced on opposite sides it would have
been OK. I was very surprised by how quickly the clear coat clogged up the
filters on the negative air machines. Another big note - do not test spray
you paint on the plastic for any reason! It will flake off when dry and go
airborne! It WILL end up like confetti in the air and float there forever.