The ZZ Top Eliminator is a replica of a Ford car from 1933 that was produced in the 1980s for Billy F. Gibbons, the frontman of the rock band ZZ Top. After its construction, the car appeared in four music videos as an object of fantasy.
In 1983, the ZZ Top Eliminator was featured on the cover of the album Eliminator. The album cover combined with its exposure through MTV helped the car spread interest in hot rods among young adults in the 1980s. At the peak of ZZ Top's popularity, the car was in such high demand that an exact copy was made to go on public appearances.