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The star of the 2000 Dominic Sena directed movie, Gone in 60 Seconds, may actually have been a car instead of Nick Cage. The custom-built and Chip Foose-designed “Eleanor” Shelby Mustang GT500 that was the money shot car used in the film is now up for sale, and it’s way more than a cosmetic piece. It has performance upgrades like a HiPo 5.8-liter V8, Magnaflow mufflers, side exhaust pipes, and even a Nitrous system that works (with a the now iconic “Go Baby Go” red button), as if the engine power wasn’t sufficient. The car has been full restored to perfection. Eleanor’s infamy extends far beyond the movie, since it likely inspired the gamut of ‘Stang restomods over the past two decades. Expect big money to come from this auction since this is one of the most desirable GT500s to come down the pipe in a while.

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Digging for the scoop in a bag of coffee means you’re going to get grounds stuck under your fingernails. Not clamping that bag shut when you’re done means those grounds could also end up all over your shelf. The Coffee Scoop Bag Clip solves both those problems. The stainless steel Coffee Scoop Bag Clip has a 1 tablespoon measuring cup on the end of the clip for easy scooping and sealing.