Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Gone in 60 Seconds...

Uh oh... I couldn't resist her charms. She sang to me, like the Sirens who used to lure sailors to their doom on the rocks. She waved her wand and put me under her spell... Eleanor has sucked me in!!

Whilst I love modern, sleek, stylish and hyper tuned Japanese imports etc. I have a very large soft spot for classic American muscle cars, none more so than the Mustang. I have a Dominus Shadow, plus 2 of the Midnight Drift modern 'Stangs, but this is the mother of all ponies. I know there is another modern Mustang in development, but this is the absolute pinnacle of all things big blue oval in SL... This is simply stunning!!

I really can't begin to describe how sexy this car is, so I'm just going to post a couple of pictures and let you judge for yourselves. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the 1967 Mustang GT500... Eleanor <3




6 comments:

Veyron Supercharge said...

LOL! Eleanor rides again?

How much did this toy set you back?

Amanda Shinji said...

L$5000 and worth every cent!!

Veyron Supercharge said...

Wow! That's like almost half a sexgen. :)

Is it more than 30 prims? Like a car you wear?

Amanda Shinji said...

It has 3 separate attachments, as well as the base... It's ultra high prim!!

I've had some good news too, the guy who made that is also making a '67 Pontiac GTO from 'xXx' so I'm definitely having one of those too!!!

Yenneffer Dielli said...

I got that car too. Fell in love with it the first moment I've seen it. Whether to buy it was not a question aynmore, no matter the prize. The only question that crossed my mind was "Black or red?". Took long to decide (especially with still considering the silver too), but finally my baby is in the inventory. Black won in the end. The only thing that bothers me a little bit about it is the nitro between the backseats. Makes some things one would like to do there harder. =o

Amanda Shinji said...

Back seat? (innocent whitsles)... I don't know what you mean ;)

I'm looking forward to getting a custom paintjob on a new car that Abacus is working on. I should have it for the cruise on December 15th.