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This page is about the 1974 film, Gone in 60 Seconds. For the 2000 remake, see Gone in Sixty Seconds.

Gone in 60 Seconds DVD art.

Movie (1974)

Starring:
H.B. Halicki (Maindrian Pace/Vicinski)
Marion Busia (Pumpkin Chase)
Jerry Daugirda (Eugene Chase)
James McIntyre (Stanley Chase)
George Cole (Atlee Jackson)
Ronald Halicki (Corliss Pace)

Car thief Maindrian Pace is tasked by a drug lord to steal 48 cars. The last one remaining is 'Eleanor' a '73 Mustang Fastback. However, as he steals Eleanor the police arrive having been tipped off leading to an epic chase through five cities.

Grumman G-21 Goose

Goose N93G
Goose N93G
Goose N93G

Bell 47G-5A

Registration N25LB.

Cessna 172L Skyhawk

Registration N7011Q.

Boeing 707

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Gone In 60 Airliner.jpg

Hughes 269 and Hughes 369C

Two 269s and a single 369 visible here in the background.

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