Eleanor Car Chase part 1
Longest Car Chase ever with Eleanor. "Eleanor" is the trademarked name given to a 1971 Ford Mustang (redressed as a 1973) for it's role in the 1974 film Gone in 60 Seconds. "Eleanor" is the only Ford Mustang in history to receive a star title credit in a movie. Some of the stunts were real accidents.
'67 Shelby GT 500 'Eleanor' in Gone in Sixty Seconds
1967 Shelby GT 500 in Gone in Sixty Seconds, 2000 CC
Gone in 60 seconds | Eleanor Shelby GT500
When you are offered the chance to shoot an original 1967 Shelby GT500 from the film Gone In 60 Seconds, signed by Nicolas Cage; otherwise known as Eleanor, you don't turn it down. A good friend of mine mentioned to me that one of his co-workers, Chris Kenner, owned the car from the film and would be up for doing a short film with it. This was completely surreal for me because since I was a kid, I have seen the movie plenty of times and idolized the film and the car. I had only a limited amount of time to shoot already, and we lost a lot of time on account of the brake lights not working properly. But the two days I had with the car flew by and before you know it that was it. We had a storyline in mind, but weren't sure how to work it in with the footage that we were able to get. When I was trying things in the editing room, I casually put the theme-song from the movie underneath some of the footage, and it just had to stay. The result is a faux-tribute to the film and the car. And although we weren't able to achieve a lot of the same things in the film, the car sure looked good under the lights of Las Vegas! Enjoy! Directed and Produced by: Jeremy Heslup of Valkyr Productions LLC Assistant: Christopher Oberle Folllow http://instagram.com/valkyrfilms for more updates! http://valkyrproductions.com | http://facebook.com/valkyrfilms | http://twitter.com/valkyrfilms
Gone in 60 Seconds Original Eleanor 1971 Mustang @ The Petersen Automotive Museum
https://www.youtube.com/user/MustangConnection1 The 1974 Gone in 60 Seconds Original Eleanor a 1971 that is actually a 1973 Mustang Sportsroof currently on display at The Petersen Automotive Museum. Plus check out the cool memorabilia from the movie and some old school Mustang Pedal cars. Mustang 50th Birthday Celebration at the Petersen Automotive Museum