A actual “Eleanor” Ford Mustang from the 2000 remake of “Gone in 60 Seconds” is getting provided for sale by German dealership ChromeCars.

1st spotted by Muscle Vehicles &amp Trucks, the 1967 Ford Mustang is the seventh of eleven created for the movie. Featuring bodywork developed by legendary sizzling rod builder Chip Foose, Eleanor was depicted in the film as a personalized Ford Shelby GT500. Nonetheless, significantly less-useful Mustangs have been utilised as donor automobiles by Cinema Autos Solutions, which created the automobiles for the film.

The automobile provided for sale now is imagined to be one particular of 3 surviving “hero” automobiles. That indicates it really is a total, presentable automobile. Film manufacturing teams normally construct other automobiles for distinct stunts or shots that are rougher about the edges. Producing automobiles appear wonderful expenses much more funds, following all, and is not needed when not every single automobile is meant to survive filming.

This Eleanor Mustang presently displays 72,815 miles, in accordance to its listing. It sports activities a 351-cubic inch V-eight from Ford Functionality, which tends to make about 400 horsepower. Energy is sent to the rear wheels by way of a four-velocity guide transmission.

ChromeCars did not checklist a price tag, but actual Eleanor Mustangs have offered for as a lot as $one million.

A number of businesses have also sprung up to provide Eleanor replicas, and these automobiles can also be very high-priced. Earlier this yr, Traditional Recreations announced a carbon-fiber bodied Eleanor with an 810-hp supercharged V-8—priced at virtually $300,000. A much more standard replica could nonetheless set you back about $200,000.