Outrageous Mad Max: Fury Road vehicles on sale in Australia

The first time I saw them, I’m pretty sure I heard one of the cars say “I need to be driven in anger”Lloyds Auctions car expert Geoff McKew said.

The “Elvis” and the “Razor Cola”

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The gargantuan War Rig, a huge tanker truck piloted by the heroine of the film Furiosa (Charlize Theron), or the Razor Cola, the reinvented Ford Falcon XB Coupe GT which faced Max Rockatansky … The vehicles on sale are part of the savage armada who hit the screen in the award-winning fourth installment of George Miller’s Mad Max franchise.

They shouldn’t stay in a warehouse, they should be out there and get the respect they deservesaid Geoff McKew.

The steering wheel of a car from the movie Mad Max: Fury Road.

The steering wheel of the “Gigahorse”

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The sale has attracted worldwide interest, including from casinos in Las Vegas and the Burning Man rally in the Nevada desert, McKew said.

Although he does not intend to leave them leave at low cost, he finds it difficult to put an amount on the fleet.

While sales will end on Sunday, owners will only sell the 13 vehicles together, in an effort to preserve part of cinema history.

A car from the movie Mad Max: Fury Road.

The “Gigahorse”

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Although none of the cars will be allowed on the street, it would be unlikely, McKew said, that the police would stop a beast as the Gigahorse, from two 1959 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, which barely fits in its temporary accommodation in a Sydney warehouse.

When I first saw her start I wondered if I was having a heart attack, he said.

The film’s success bolstered the cult status of the Australian dystopian action series, whose iconic protagonist was first played by Mel Gibson in 1979.

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