Kept in tip top shape until now, the Nicholas Cage-driven Eleanor was designed by well-known hot rod designer Steve Stanford and built by Cinema Vehicle Services (CVS). Besides new fiberglass body elements, the Eleanor also gained a new, lowered suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes, Schmidt Cobra-style rims and GoodYear Eagle F1 tires.
Inside, the musclecar was altered only by a Go-Baby-Go shift knob button for Line Lock and a switch for activating a nitrous injection system... but it was enough to make the vehicle famous and start a genuine Eleanor resto-modding craze.
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