Eleanor Mustang GT500, known from Gone in 60 seconds


Stars of the automobile scene

The top automotive stars of the dream factory will be on display at this year’s Red Bull Ring Classics. One to look forward to is the highly-coveted original Ford Mustang GT 500 ‘Eleanor’ from the blockbuster ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ starring Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie.

Eleanor is one of three so-called ‘hero cars’ still in existence. These are vehicles in which the main characters in a movie can also be seen in close-up and which remain fully functional. The value of Eleanor is estimated to be around one million euros.

The original 1968 Mustang from the Steve McQueen classic ‘Bullitt’ will also be on display. This is an almost completely blemish-free, original Mustang chassis in Highland Green. Only the floor assembly, engine, axles, brakes and drivetrain have been restored to make the car driveable again. The rest is still in its original condition from 1968.

You also have the unique opportunity to marvel at the General Lee Dodge Charger familiar from the Dukes of Hazzard series with Bo & Luke Duke, as well as the Yenko Camaro, VW Jetta, Plymouth Cuda and Mona Lisa from the ‘Fast and The Furious’ series films.


Top Five …

… of the movie cars on display at the Red Bull Ring Classics from 7 to 9 June at Spielberg.
1969 Yenko Camaro
The car was driven by Paul Walker in the film ‘2Fast2Furious’ and also appears in the Ludacris music video ‘Act a Fool’.
Yenko Camaro 1969, known from 2Fast2Furious
VW Jetta 1996
Well-known from ‘2Fast2Furious’, the value of the car is around €500,000. It was also personally signed by Paul Walker.
VW Jetta 1996 known from 2Fast2Furious
1970 Plymouth Cuda
The car was driven by Vin Diesel in the sixth instalment of the ‘Fast & Furious’ series. Cuda is short for ‘Barracuda’ and is a coveted collector’s item.
Plymouth Cuda 1970 known from Fast and Furious Part 6 with Vin Diesel
Mustang 1968
The 1968 Ford Mustang plays the leading automotive role in the film ‘Bullitt’. Its shade of paint is called ‘Dark Highland Green’.
Mustang 1968 known from the film Bullit
General Lee Dodge Charger
The orange-coloured car, known from the Dukes of Hazzard series with Bo & Luke Duke, is one of the most famous movie cars of all time.
General Lee Dodge Charge known from the series The Dukes of Hazzard with Bo & Luke Duke

No movie cars, but no less legendary

These unique pieces will be on display at the Red Bull Ring Classics: 

F1 Lotus 76 JPS

  • Double rear wing
  • Innovative technology (braking system, electronic gear shifting) 
  • Advanced design ide

F1 Lotus 77 JPS

  • Adjustable suspension
  • Victory at the Japanese Grand Prix 1976 (by Mario Andretti)

F1 Lotus 81 JPS

  • Ground effect technology
  • Nigel Mansell made his F1 debut in this car

F1 Lotus 88 JPS

  • Carbon fiber chassis
  • Twin chassis design

F1 Lotus 88 JSP:

  • Radical design
  • Double chassis for ground effect
  • Leading the way for future F1 designs

as well as the F1 Lotus 92, Lotus 94 T, Lotus 95 T and Lotus 98 T

BMW E21 Gr. 5

  • The only prototype
  • The only turbo car in the world
  • Will be shown for the first time in Europe at Spielberg
  • Was driven by Hans Joachim Stuck in the past

BMW 635 CSi Gr.2 Wide Body

  • In John Player Special Livery
  • Only wide body model worldwide

Ferrari 246 SP

  • Same engine as the Sharknose Ferrari
  • Pedro Rodrigruez drove this car in LeMans

Vixen GT by the Belgian Didier van der Linden

  • can be described as the forerunner of the famous Ford GT40
  • has never been presented to the (German-speaking) public with the exception of the Goodwood Festival of Speed
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