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Original Eleanor Movie Car at Mecum

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I see Mecum Auto Auctions is promoting an Original Eleanor Movie Car for it's May auction in Indy.

Since this particular 67 Mustang is documented as one of the "real" Eleanors used in the filming of Gone in 60 Seconds, could it give an indication of what the surviving Bullitt Mustang could be worth?

The only problem, Nicholas Cage is no Steve McQueen!:lol:

IMO, the original 1968, GT, S-Code, HG, Fastback would fetch a significantly larger number than this "Movie Car."
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I don't know if this is the same car that is on auction, but I saw this one back in '08 and it was used in the movie. There were several of them, and this one was used in one of the scenes with Nicholas Cage driving.

That was a fun day. We have a Commemorative Air Force in town, and they held an open house. Good memories with 0572.

Another fun time soon after - guess who this was. :D

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JcodeBullitt said:
The original Eleanor 67 Mustang, 1 Million!

The original Batmobile, 4.2 million!

The original 1968, GT, Highland Green, S-Code, 4-speed, Mustang Fastback driven by Steve McQueen??????
If it is the same car as above, I heard the guy paid 150K for it back then. If that is the case the owner made one hell of a profit.
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