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Hardcore Mad Max Fan Recreates Original Interceptor 1972 Ford Car

A hardcore Mad Max fan from Michigan went out and built himself his own Interceptor car out of a ’72 Ford Falcon. He spent $125,000 on bringing this car fully to life. – We’ve all been there, where you absolutely love a movie so much you know the dialogue back to front and every scene like the back of your hand. In addition to this your house looks like a movie set due to all the memorabilia as well.

the Mad Max Interceptor. Michigan born Dale, 50, Walter fell in love with the powerful vehicle when he watched George Miller’s seminal film over thirty years ago in a tiny theatre, where he told his friend ‘someday I will own that car’. The famous car has featured in three of filmmaker Miller’s four pictures, including the latest Mad Mad: Fury Road, starring British actor Tom Hardy in the title role. In 2008, Dale commissioned specialist company Mad Max Cars to convert his 1972 Australian Ford Falcon into the iconic Interceptor – a process which took five years and $125,000.

Check out the video below that shows off the rig that is the culmination of years of need and a little bit of cash and elbow grease. What do you think of this movie replicar?


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