Eleanor from Gone in 60 Seconds sold for 1M USD image

One of the most famous cars out there, Elanor, from Gone in 60 Seconds, has recently found a new owner who has paid no less than 1 million USD for the classic muscle car.

Elanor, one of the “main stars” of Gone in 60 Seconds, is probably one of the hottest versions of the classic Mustang out there and just like every other star out there, you have to pay some big bucks in order to sit next to it. The classic muscle car has been recently auctioned last weekend, for an impressive 1 million USD, but we don’t have any details on the new owner, who has chosen to remain anonymous, apparently.

The Gone in 60 Seconds Eleanor has been driven by Nicolas Cage in the 2000 blockbuster movie and it’s actually a 1967 Ford Mustang GT500, built by Cinema Vehicle Services, with some assistance from the famous Chip Foose. The model is powered by a 5.7 liter V8 engine, which is good for 400 HP (298 kW), mated to a four-speed manual transmission. Elanor has centrally-mounted driving lights, a lowered suspension, 17-inch wheels wrapped in Goodyear tires and a faux nitrous kit. The model has been sold with a special plaque and a certificate of authenticity.