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Mad Max Car Auction

"Mad Max Fury Road" is an iconic blockbuster movie that features dramatic action punctuated by some crazy custom cars and trucks as they speed across the desert. During filming, many of them got wrecked in the process, but 13 of the epic vehicles will soon be up for auction with Lloyds. The custom-built and highly modified vehicles are all fully-functioning with features seen in the film. Cars include the mighty War Rig tanker truck, the massive Gigahorse, the Jag Flamer, the F-250 Saber Tooth, and the iconic Interceptor (driven by Mad Max), a 1973 Ford Falcon XB lifted with chunky wheels and powered by a twin-supercharged V8. The auction begins on September 26th via live stream.

Photos by John Platt.




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