What did nick cage name his car in "gone in 60 seconds"?

The specialty Mustang nicknamed "Eleanor" in the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced movie was driven by Cage’s character, retired master car thief Randall "Memphis" Raines.

The famous 1967 Ford Mustang was used in the 2000 feature film “Gone In 60 Seconds” starring Nicolas Cage.

While 11 of the fictional Eleanor Mustangs were created for the movie, only three were actual working cars. Two of the vehicles were destroyed, leaving just one Eleanor to be used as a primary "beauty" car for close-ups and promotional efforts.

Described in the movie as an original 1967 Shelby GT500 -- one of the most famous high-performance production vehicles ever made by the Ford Motor Co. -- the car used in the movie was actually a 1967 Mustang fastback.

Grand Theft Auto, nicknamed “Memphis” again took up the matter. He is forced again to do a major theft to save his brother from a gang boss Raymond Vincent Calitri.

Memphis has to steal the fifty first-class cars, and time for everything about everything just one night. To accomplish this task, he will have to return the old friends whom he left many years ago having run away from the city this is the plot of the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds” (2000).

Cars named female names, listening to the police, for example, could not guess what was going on. What name of car should steal Memphis? Here’s a full list of cars stolen in the move Gone in 6 Seconds (2000) shared by Bestmoviecars.com.