1967 Mustang Fastback
GT 500 E is a clone of the
"Eleanor", the true star of Nicolas Cage's movie "Gone in Sixty Seconds".
428 Engine with aluminum heads,
aluminum water pump, March
pulleys, Mallory distributor Griffin aluminum radiator and overflow, Optima battery
The thirsty 428 Cobra Jet engine
is served by
an Edelbrock intake manifold and two Holley Carbs.
The interior sports a Llacarra
wooden steering wheel,
brushed aluminum dash and leather racing seats
The under carriage is as hot
as the rest of the car with dual
Flowmaster exhaust , T-56 Six-Speed transmission, and Ford 9 Inch Rear.
Formerly a 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback GT 390. Originally a S-code big block 4 speed car with the GT package. Now , It has been restored and Cloned to a 1967 Mustang Fastback GT 500 E. a 428 Cobra Jet Engine with aluminum heads, 2 Holley carbs, and a Six-Speed transmission with Mcleod blowproof bellhousin., Hurst shifter, Comp Cams Shaft Roller Rockers, Shelby Rollbar with 4 point harnesses, Eleanor body kit, Eleanor Edelbrock 454 17" wheels, tach with shift light, stainless brake and fuel lines, converted to cable clutch, the car has less than 1000 miles on it since it was built.
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