One of the most famous of all old-school Mustangs is up for sale - "Eleanor," the star of the 2000 movie remake "Gone in Sixty Seconds." (Sure, there were people in the movie, but Eleanor was the real star.)

Actually a replica of its '67 Shelby GT500 namesake, the movie car is up for sale at The Auto Collections at the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The car is one of 12 built for the movie, two of which were destroyed during filming.

Eleanor is powered by a Ford Racing 351 crate engine, and looks to be very well equipped. More details and pics at the Auto Collections site here.

[Source: Auto Collections]

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