BUILD THIS UNIQUE 1:8 SCALE DIE-CAST REPLICA OF THE ELEANOR MUSTANG, THE STAR CAR IN THE 2000 REMAKE OF GONE IN 60 SECONDS
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Build your very own 1:8 scale replica of the Eleanor Mustang, the iconic car from Gone in 60 Seconds. At over 58 cm long and packed with authentic details, this stunningly accurate model is a collector’s item all fans have been waiting for!
Your first shipment includes model kits 1 & 2 with an assembly magazine, a FREE poster and a FREE binder.
Each subsequent shipment will contain one magazine packed with detailed assembly instructions, fascinating facts and imagery of Eleanor and four kits of model parts.
All model parts comes pre-painted and will simply click or screw together, with no need for gluing!
All our subscribers will receive 5 exclusive gifts worth over £100.
Pre-paid customers who choose one of our discounted offers will be fast-tracked and will receive kits 1 to 6 instead of 1 & 2 to help them build their model quicker.
A CLASSIC MUSTANG…
WITH A TWIST
There really is no Mustang like Eleanor, with her one-of-a-kind look as she appears in Gone in 60 Seconds.
This unique replica has been created in collaboration with Denice Shakarian Halicki, the wife of the legendary H.B. Halicki, who wrote, directed, and starred in the original 1974 Gone in 60 Seconds movie in which Eleanor first starred. We have captured all details of the full-size car to ensure that this superlative build-up will satisfy fans of the movie and of classic Mustangs alike.
What makes the model so exciting is that it is the first officially licensed 1:8 scale build-up of the world’s most famous Mustang. The superb attention to detail and high quality material will make your model a real joy to build. Once assembled, this car is destined to become a genuine collector’s item you will be proud to display.
Every possible detail of the Eleanor Mustang has been carefully reproduced in 1:8 scale.
Turn a switch located on the dashboard to activate Eleanor’s headlights, driving lights and tail lights.
The studded fuel filler-cap, air vents and other details add life-like realism to the model.
Your 1:8 scale model replicates every detail of the Eleanor as seen in the 2000 movie Gone in 60 Seconds.
Release the pins on Eleanor’s distinctive hood to access her awesome 351cu inch racing engine.
The alloy wheels replicate the handsome 17-inch knock-off rims on the full-size Eleanor, complete with real rubber tyres.
From the rev-counter to the NOS switch and dials, every detail of the dash is superbly reproduced.
Tank in the trunk
Lift the trunk lid to reveal Eleanor’s NOS tank, which delivers a significant power boost to the car in the movie.
Turn the steering wheel to rotate the front wheels; press the centre of the steering wheel to activate the horn.
Iconic gear shifter
The model’s precision detail even extends to Eleanor’s iconic 'Go-Baby-Go' gear shifter.
An engineering masterpiece, Eleanor’s fabled Ford small-block racing engine is beautifully recreated in perfect detail.
Turn a switch located on the dashboard to activate Eleanor’s rear lights.
Press the accelerator pedal to hear Eleanor’s gorgeous engine note; press the brake pedal to turn on the stop lights.
ELEANOR MODEL SPECIFICATION
MATERIALS: Die-cast metal, ABS, rubber, GPPS
WORKING PARTS: Opening doors, hood and boot; working front and rear lights; turning wheels; engine and horn sounds
INSIDE YOUR MAGAZINES
Each month you will receive 4 model kits composed of precision-engineered parts to build your superb Eleanor model. These are accompanied by a magazine, with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions. In the magazine you will also find detailed information on 'the most famous Mustang in history' and the Gone in 60 Seconds franchise.
Detailed illustrations are accompanied by clear instructions to enable you to build your superb 1:8 scale Eleanor.
A harmonious blend of elegance, performance, and street cool… discover just what makes Eleanor so unique.
Go behind the scenes of the original 1974 cult movie and read the story about how it was remade in 2000.
Learn about the other magnificent cars the gang are asked to steal, each one given a woman’s code name.
Take a look at some of the iconic models from six generations of the original “pony car”.