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A modified 1967 Mustang used during the filming of Gone in 60 Seconds starring Nicolas Cage sold recently at an auction for $1 million.
The "Eleanor" Mustang was one of eleven that were created for the movie, and this one was used for most of the close-ups and was the only operational vehicle to survive the filming (the movie was a little hard on that particular car).
If you've got the wallet for it, you could wait for this particular vehicle to come up for auction again, or you could purchase a brand new replica built by Classic Recreations starting at $149,000.
Photo from MotorAuthority.com
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