1967 Ford Mustang Eleanor Replica by BigDaddyCustomsAugust 2, 2012 by: Rituraj Mishra
We knew they were going to make a name for themselves after they designed a Range Rover Evoque from a Tata Safari. BigDaddyCustoms went big and international this time with their new creation, a Mustang Eleanor ’67 Replica. The base car this time around is quite famous in the movie industry. A 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 which featured in the 1974 original ‘Gone in 60 seconds’. It was lovingly called the Eleanor and that’s why the name of the replica.
People at BigDaddyCustoms did the magic with a Chevrolet Optra, which is pretty hard to believe. The design and bodywork has been modified to the extent that it cannot be held in the same league as that of a normal Optra. Complete steel and aluminum body that has been bathed with a silver paint scheme and racing stripes have been added to make it feel real.
Custom alloy wheels with flashy tires make the muscle car look more muscular. These guys have done a real fine job and it is not long before they gain some international appreciation.