1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Eleanor

1967 Ford Mustang GT 500 Eleanor

Technical specifications of Ford Mustang 1967

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Keller, Texas, United States
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: GT 500 Eleanor
Type: Fastback
Trim: Base Fastback 2-Door
Year: 1967
Mileage: 4,030
VIN: 7F02C200202
Color: Gray
Power options: Air Conditioning
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Options: CD Player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1967 Eleanor Ford Mustang GT500

This is a ground up restoration of Eleanor from Gone in 60 Seconds.

After watching the movie, was blown away by Eleanor and wanted to build a replica of her. I tracked down the company thatfabricated the Eleanor body kit and built the movie cars, inema Vehicle Services. Due to huge demand from the public to build Eleanor, he company decided to sell only 25 body kits as they were busy working on other movies. I have one of those original kits with a certificate of authenticity (see photos). They eventually sold licensing agreements to a few companies to build the Eleanor kit and the craze began.

Next,I had to find a 1967 mustang fastback. The carI found was perfect, ever wrecked, o rust, ust missing a drivetrain!I hired Mid-Cities Mustang in Euless, X http://midcitiesmustang.com/ to soda blast the car, it the Eleanor body panels, emove the shock towers and add a Rod & Custom rack and pinion front end, nd finally paint the car. Custom fabrication for the engine compartment, rive train, nd suspension was done by Brink Racecraft in Irving, X http://brinkracecraft.com/.

I originally put a 460 big block in the car but it was just too heavy in the front end. After thorough research, purchased a 427 stroker (351 Windsor block) from Keith Craft Performance Engines in Arkadelphia, R http://www.keithcraft.com/ in 2007. The engine dyno'd at 576 hp and is the perfect combination of power and reliability. The motor has a little over 4,000 miles and has performed perfectly. I have participated inseveralNorth Texas Muscle Car Challenge bracket races. With slicks, he car ran the 1/8 mile in 7.27 seconds at 95 mph.She is easy to drive with a3-speed automaticand overdrive that allows her to cruise at low rpm on the highway. I drive Eleanor at least monthly now and sometimes on a date night with my wife. As you can see in the photos, he is beautiful and I am constantly getting followed or pulled over by people wanting to ask questions and take pictures.

So why am I selling Eleanor? I have wrestled with this decision for a couple of years. But the truth is that I have a wife and two daughters who have no interest in Eleanor. We have gotten into the girls activities and boating. Unfortunately, he time I have for Eleanor is just limited and the car needs a good home andto be driven and enjoyed.I am not interested in trades. I live in the Fort Worth area and am happy to show you the car or answer any questions you have. The display photo is my car that was taken by a professional photographer to make into a poster. Other photos include the restoration process, ertificate of authenticity from CVS, nd the original deposit letter.

1967 Mustang Fastback Eleanor


Keith Craft 427 ci (351 windsor) small block (576 hp)

Rod and Custom rack and pinion kit

Wilwood power four wheel disc brakes

Power steering

Custom fuel sump fabricated to original fuel tank with Holley "Black" fuel pump

LenTech Street Terminator AOD transmission

Ford Detroit Locker 9" with 3.73 gears

Quick Time Performance header collector cutouts with electronic switch

B&M shifter

Roll-lock system for drag racing

Slide-a-link ladder bars

Painless wiring and electrical system


Original car never wrecked and no rust. Baking soda washed and stripped prior to body work

Body work and paint done by Mid-Cities Mustang

Cinema Vehicle Services "Eleanor" body panels from original molds

Shelby rear deck lid, nd caps, nd bumper (Maier racing)

PS Engineering wheels (17x8 front, 7x9 rear)

PIAA front lights, riving lights, nd turn signals

Dupont Pepper Grey Metallic with Dupont Black stripes

1967 Cougar tail light lens and buckets

1971 Mustang Mach 1 flip top gas cap (non-functional)

Roush chrome side exhaust tips (non-functional)

Shelby bullet style mirrors

Shelby and GT 500 emblems

Shelby stainless hood pin kit

GT 500 lower valance stripe kit


All new interior and trim as in original 1967 mustang fastback

Old Air heat/cool and defrost system for 1967-68 mustang

Moto-Lita steering wheel

Simpson 5 point seat harness for driver

Total Control Products Billet aluminum pedal covers

JME Enterprises brushed aluminum custom instrument panel with Auto Meter gauges


All drivetrain/engine compartment/exhaust system/suspension fabrication done by Brink Racecraft

Set of Mickey Thompson slicks mounted on Weld Draglite rims (15x9)

Oil = Torco 20w50 Synthetic

Trans fluid = Mobil 1 ATF Pure Synthetic

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