Far-out fleet from 'Mad Max' up for sale in Australia


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I’d prefer the Ford falcon V8’s from the original mad max movie

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Nor would they fit on most roads in Japan…

“Sadly, none of the cars are street legal…”

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Would love to have seen some enterprising, young Aussie entrepreneur turn these vehicles into a whole Fury Road-experience, somewhere in the Outback. The Tokyo Mario Karts were popular. Are they still around?

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I’ve got room for them here. Any mechanics out there?

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I'll wait for a time travel capable DeLorean, the Audi Quattro from 'Ashes to Ashes', Jim Bergerac's Triumph Roadster or the Striped Tomato from Starsky and Hutch. I used to live in the same town as a guy who had built himself a perfect clone of the General Lee. We used to see him driving around in it. Probably too controversial for the US now, but OK in the UK where the show was a huge hit inspiring much interest in moonshine production. Being quite young for this, we had to settle for a wine-making kit from Boots and a poster of Daisy Duke.

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I've got a 92 Mazda MX-6 with 85k miles in good running condition (looks like garbage) if anyone is interested....

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From a 5 oscar movie, it is going to be a very good investment , whatever price it may be.

It is so unreal and surely some mechanics many hours of arts.

I wish I was a billionnaire for those actions.

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The Australian military is looking at purchasing this fleet of vehicles to beef up its Army. It is hoped that doing so will not create a new arms race in the region and that China will voice no objections to this acquisition.


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Nor would they fit on most roads in Japan…

I do not believe that in Japan someone is interested in importing a scrap of those.

Calm your bitterness..

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