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ELEANOR MUSTANG LIGHT KIT
ELEANOR MUSTANG EXHAUST KIT
ELEANOR MUSTANG INTERIOR KIT
ELEANOR MUSTANG WHEELS KIT
ELEANOR MUSTANG SUSPENSION KIT
Want to build your own 1967 Eleanor Mustang from Gone in 60 Seconds in your garage? The first you'll need is that world-famous body kit originally designed by Chip Foose from Discovery Television's show Overhaulin'. We know the best Eleanor Mustang Body Kit available on the market today. It's movie correct and the fit and finish is very good.
The next thing you'll need for your Eleanor Mustang project is the light kit which includes the smaller than factory headlight, the PIAA driving lights in the center of the lower grille, and the six smaller PIAA lights, two next to the headlights, two in the front lower valance panel and two used as custom back up lights in the rear lower valance below the rear bumper.
After your Eleanor Mustang has the exterior look made famous by the 2000 Touchstone Pictures movie Gone in 60 Seconds with Nicolas Gage and Angelina Jolie make sure it has that unforgettable and amazing sound. This can only be accomplished by using the correct functional side exhaust with JBA ceramic coated headers and 2 1/2 inch stainless steel pipes.
The thing most commonly and frankly almost always done wrong on Eleanor Mustang replicas is the interior. Go back and watch the movie folks. Eleanor didn't have modern seats. Eleanor didn't have a console. Eleanor didn't have fancy guages. You can certainly have that if that's what you want, it's your car, but we do offer a true-to-the-movie interior kit.
Eleanor had a very specific and very famous, now legendary, look designed by Chip Foose for Jerry Bruckheimer and the 2000 remake of Gone in 60 Seconds. This started with the custom body kit and the PIAA light kit and ended with the PSE hand made version of the Ford GT40 wheels. These wheels were 17 inches in diameter and 8 inches in width front and rear.
Some would say that Eleanor looked better than any real Mustang ever did back in the sixties. That's an opinion and it's debatable. But one thing that's not debatable is the fact that Eleanor drove and handled better than any factory Mustang back in the day. Eleanor did that because the production company installed aftermarket coilover suspension.
67-68 RESTOMOD MUSTANG SHELBY INSTRUMENT CLUSTER KIT
Many customers love the exterior look of Eleanor in Gone in 60 Seconds but prefer a more modern and useable interior on their version of the most famous American muscle car ever imagined in Hollywood. One of the most common changes people make is to use the aftermarket instrument cluster and eliminates the tachometer from the steering column.
67-68 RESTOMOD ELEANOR / MUSTANG WIRING HARNESS KIT
The most difficult thing about building your own Eleanor Mustang is getting the body kit on correctly, no doubt. Many professional shops can't get them right. But probably the most frustating thing about these builds especially if like most people you add air conditioning and fuel injection is the wiring. We reccomend a complete plug-in-play restmod wiring harness.