The 2000 remake of Gone in 60 Seconds is remembered for its fast cars and thrilling chases. Among them, the Eleanor Mustang holds a special place in car enthusiast hearts. Shawn Davis, host of  Autotopia LA YouTube channel, got up close and personal with one of the three hero Eleanor Mustangs from the film, courtesy of Chris from Chrome Cars in Germany.

Built on a 1967 Mustang fastback chassis, it was transformed into a Shelby GT500 lookalike with a customized body kit designed by Steve Sanford and Chip Foose. This particular Eleanor is estimated to be worth around $2 million, a far cry from the replicas commonly seen. While both look similar, for a true fan, knowing that Nicholas Cage himself drove this car adds an undeniable mystique.

Under the hood, the hero Eleanor boasts a 351 Windsor engine, custom suspension, Wilwood brakes, and a Ford 9-inch rear axle. Interestingly, the car also has a non-functional nitrous bottle from its filming days.