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  • The Interceptor on Random Fun Facts About the Awesome Cars in Mad Max: Fury Road

    (#6) The Interceptor

    It's back. The one, the only, the Interceptor - Mad Max Rockatansky's baby. Just as in the first films, the car is a 1974 XB Ford Falcon Coupe.

    Minor spoiler ahead!

    If you've seen the film you know that the Interceptor gets taken by the Warboys and completely overhauled. Now a four wheel drive beast with a new chassis and tons of new weapons, they also been buff it down to a matte silver finish.
  • The Peacemaker on Random Fun Facts About the Awesome Cars in Mad Max: Fury Road

    (#5) The Peacemaker

    What was once a Chrysler Valiant Charger was then mounted on a US Ripshaw tank and fortified with a water-cooled Merlin V8 engine and bleacher-esque seating for better control and line of sight.

    There's also a roof-mounted high wattage spotlight for hunting down unfortunate prey.
  • Cranky Frank on Random Fun Facts About the Awesome Cars in Mad Max: Fury Road

    (#17) Cranky Frank

    Cranky Frank is a chop-topped Holden FJ "rat rod" with a four-intake supercharged V8 engine. It has a serious blindspot, due to the tower of carburetors, and a belt-driven blower.

  • Rock Rider's Yamaha Motorcycles on Random Fun Facts About the Awesome Cars in Mad Max: Fury Road

    (#10) Rock Rider's Yamaha Motorcycles

    The rock riders surf the cliffs in adapted Gas Gas and Yamaha motorcycles made with supercharged weaponized caltrops. Even stunts such as jumping over cars on the bikes while tossing hand grenades were real, not CGI.

  • The Doof Wagon on Random Fun Facts About the Awesome Cars in Mad Max: Fury Road

    (#3) The Doof Wagon

    This insane vehicle is one part military (a repurposed 8 x 8 M.A.N. missile-carrier with a supercharged V8 engine) and two parts full rock star stadium. It features enough speakers to fill an arena as well as that now iconic flame throwing double necked guitar on bungee cords! And that's just the front! On the back are four drummers who pound their hearts out on resonators built from industrial air conditioning ducts.

    Warner Brothers calls it a “sonic carmageddon.” It's meant to rally the troops in the same way drummers who marched alongside soldiers in ancient battles did. When marching becomes driving, so too must the drummer change.

    The craziest thing about this truck is that it WORKS. This thing not only drives, but really plays music. That's right, all of the sound coming out of the Doof Wagon in the movie was actually bumping from those speakers. It was all practical - director George Miller wouldn't accept anything less.
  • Elvis on Random Fun Facts About the Awesome Cars in Mad Max: Fury Road

    (#13) Elvis

    This is a high-speed hotrod built from a pair of GMC 6s slung end-to-end on the extended chassis rails of a three-window coupe.

    It was the one that pulled a wheelie next to that bed of spikes, and this was yet another practical effect - no CGI needed.

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Mad Max: Fury Road is an action movie produced by Warner Bros in 2015. The crew designed a large vehicle with spikes and a post-modern punk ornament made of metals to create the film’s doomsday atmosphere. The film not only has a good story, a good character, but also an unparalleled car shape. In addition to these original and intense road scenes, Fury Road also includes surprising depth and characterization.

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