1967 Ford Mustang Eleanor Replicated Out of a Chevrolet Optra / Daewoo Lacetti

The clone-happy tuners of India’s BigDaddyCustoms, which we came to know from their efforts to replicate the Range Rover Evoque SUV with a Tata-based model, have struck again. Their next automotive victim is the 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 ‘Eleanor’ from the 2000 Hollywood blockbuster ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ starring Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie. The Indian custom shop chose the domestic market Chevrolet Optra, also known as the Chevrolet and Daewoo Lacetti, as a base for the creation of the half-sized Eleanor Mustang with the overconfident sticker at the back that reads ‘Muscle Always Wins’. BigDaddyCustoms doesn’t mention any other details about the replica. If the Indian clone of the Eleanor piqued your interest, you may want to check some of the replicas of the 1967 Shelby GT500 movie car that we have posted over the years including the Smart ForTwo-, Toyota Supra- and Toyota MR2 – based models. Story References: BigDaddyCustoms via Indianautosblog