The Ford Mustang dominated the 1960's and 1970's and became an icon and a way of life.
From a secretary's car to the powerful Indianapolis racers built by Caroll Shelby as GT350's and GT500's. Even Hertz has introduced a programme of "Rent a Racer" GT350's where someone could hire a powerful V8 car developed to race.
Hollywood took the oportunity and Mustags appeared in many carses into the world cinema.
One of the Films made was the Gone in 60 Seconds film starring Niclolas Cage and Angelina Jolie with a fresh modified Mustang GT500 presented with the name ELEANOR.
The Eleanor became intantly the car that everyone wanted to own but the licence was not available to manufacturers and only a few cars were made according to the original film standards.
Even less (aproximately 25) were the Supersnake models with a supercharged engine and producing a stratospheric power of more than 700BHP.
This is one of those cars presented today in immaculate fully restored condition and attention to detail.
Offered today by Veloce Classic and Sports this car is EEC taxes paid and ready to be delivered.
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