4 cars (16 pictures) found: model of "GT", sub-model of "Eleanor", grouped by car
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(3 photos of a 2005 Pepper Gray Mustang GT Eleanor Coupe) This is a 2005 Mustang GT 5.4L Eleanor coupe. It has SC500 on the rocker panel. This car has lots of modifications over a stock 2005 Mustang. New hood, rear, front, and side fascia. Scoops all over the place. I like the low mounted dual fog lights.
(5 photos of a 2006 Satin Silver Mustang GT Eleanor Coupe) So, you say your 2006 Mustang GT needs some changes to make it look different from the other GTs on the road. How about the Cervini's Eleanor body kit (part C-300)? You can order it for a mere $12,900. Add a bit more for matching paint, a lowered suspension, and modifications to get the exhaust to exit out the sides.
(7 photos of a 2008 Red Mustang GT Eleanor Coupe) Red 2008 Mustang GT coupe with Eleanor modification professionally installed by Don Barry Classics with Eleanor body kit, custom red paint, billet grille, low center fog lamps, and 20 inch Boss wheels. The Eleanor body kit includes front and rear fascias, hood, low side skirts with built in side exhaust, rear tire side scoops, rear quarter window panels, and rear wing. The Eleanor modifications are inspired by the modified 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 used in the 1974 film Gone in 60 Seconds and a modified 1967 GT500 used in the 2000 remake of the film.
(1 photos of a 2008 Black Mustang GT Eleanor Coupe) Black 2008 Mustang GT Eleanor coupe with silver stripes and a 4.6 liter, 3 valve, V8 engine. This car has an Eleanor body kit which includes a front fascia, side scoops, body side exhaust. Other additions include PIAA low center fog lamps, billet grille, a hood with a bump, over the top wide stripes, and unique wheels.