This isn’t your run-of-the-mill Eleanor.
The previous owner of this Fastback purchased the car as an S-Code shell back in 2012. That’s where the love affair began. Meticulous sandblasting and metal work started soon after the purchase. Both rear full quarters, outer wheel houses, and trunk drop-downs were installed. Then, the rear tail panel, full floor pans, and radiator support were put in.
Following the completion of the bones of the car, the body was worked & body kit installed. After two years of working on the foundation of this Eleanor, it was sent for paint in the spring of 2014. Work on the car was paused for the summer of ’14 through ’16, but by the end of 2016 the car was assembled, tweaked, and ready for liftoff (seriously – it’s fast).
All-in-all, the car has been carefully rotisserie restored with all the right components and has less than 100 miles put on it since completion.