1961 Chrysler TurboFlite (Ghia) Released in 1961, and on display during the 1962 Chicago auto show, the TurboFlight concept was Virgil Exner’s last show car for Chrysler. As the name implies the car was powered by a third generation turbine engine. The entire canopy would lift up/down in sync with the doors opening/closing, and the headlights were retractable. A unique deceleration flap was mounted horizontally between the soaring tailfins. This design and aerodynamic feature would later be used successfully by the 1969-70 Dodge Charger Daytona and Plymouth Road Runner Superbird in NASCAR competition.
"Eleanor" is the trademarked name given to a 1971 Ford Mustang Sportsroof (redressed as a 1973) for its role in independent filmmaker H.B. "Toby" Halicki's 1974 film Gone in 60 seconds. "Eleanor" is the only Ford Mustang in history to receive star title credit in a movie.