For all the love they get from fans, movie cars usually aren't that interesting. One exception is "Eleanor," the 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 replica from the 2000 reboot of Gone in 60 Seconds, whose fan base is so rabid, they'll tattoo its likeness on their forearms.

Case in point, some guy named "Billy."

This week on Big Muscle, Mike Musto found an Eleanor replica to scrutinize, and while shooting the video, some random dude with an Eleanor tattoo happened by.

That's quite an endorsement for a car named after First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Ok, not really.