Eleanor Shelby Ford Mustang TV Lift Display

One of a Kind 1967 Shelby Mustang “Eleanor” tribute front-end entertainment TV Display exclusively built for Barrett-Jackson automobilia
The Eleanor TV is the ultimate man cave piece with hidden 55″ 4K Ultra HD Curved LED TV That raises from the hood by remote TV lift, built in surround sound bar with wireless sub-woofer. In grill color remote control programmable LED lighting. Opening hood for DVD and controller storage which can open at anytime. Remote control dimmable headlights, fog lights, and park lamps. Lower glass shelf for componets.

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The muscle car known as Eleanor is a Shelby GT500 Ford Mustang has become very popular thanks to the movie “Gone in 60 seconds” starring Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie. Most people dream about having a car like this one but, not many can afford such a ride. That’s why someone though of a way how to get a thing like this in your home.

The TV lift display that you’re about to see in the video is perfect for gearheads- who wouldn’t want to watch TV on an Eleanor Shelby display?! The TV raises from the hood by a remote TV lift, has LED lights, surrounding sound bar as well as wireless sub-woofers, opening hood for DVD and many more interesting features. However, this stunning set was sold at the Barrett-Jackson 2015 Automobilia Auction.

See it for yourself!

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