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The very famous car that ignited the passion in many people to own and drive a fast car is all set to go under the hammer.
Out of 11 cars that were built, three cars were drivable and two of these were destroyed in the climax, the bridge jump and junkyard crusher scenes.
Now the surviving car, car number seven, has managed to find a way to get under the hammer.
Eleanor, will be auctioned at Mecum's first-ever collector car auction taking place in Austin, Texas, which is scheduled to happen on the 12th and 13th of December. About 600 cars will go under the hammer, including this dream Mustang.
A 1967 Ford Mustang in Eleanor's clothing was sold for USD 1 million a year ago. The price the original one would get will be revealed in just a matter of time.
This Mustang, that had guys ogling the car instead of Angelina Jolie in the movie, is powered by a 5.8-liter V-8 crate engine that makes 400 horsepower, and a four speed manual transmission.
This vehicle will go on sale with the vehicle's authenticity from Ray Claridge, the Founder and President of Cinema Vehicle Services.