An auction ending Sunday in Australia will feature 13 vehicles from the 2015 Dystopian blockbuster Mad Max Fury Road, which will delight collectors.
“When I first saw them, I was sure they would say ‘I have to run in rage’ in a car,” the expert told AFP.
Charles Theron Furiosa or Razor Cola, Ford Falcon XP Coupe GT, the largest tanker truck to be piloted, confronted Max Rogadansky in the fourth installment of the award-winning George Miller Matte Max franchise.
“They should not sit in a warehouse, they should be there and get the respect they deserve,” Geoff McKeev said.
McKeev said the sale has attracted global interest, including at casinos in Las Vegas and the Burning Man Festival in the United States.
Although he has no intention of letting them “cheap”, it is difficult for him to set prices in the Navy.
Owners will only be selling 13 vehicles together in an effort to preserve a portion of cinema history, while sales close on Sunday.
Even if no cars were allowed on the street, it would not be possible, McKeev said, adding that police would stop two “beasts” like “Gigahorse” from 1959 Cadillac Coupe Devil, which is eager to stop. His temporary accommodation in a warehouse in Sydney.
“When I first saw it start, I wondered if I had a heart attack,” he said.
The film’s success established the cult status of the Australian Dystopian action film series, with its iconic protagonist first played by Mel Gibson in 1979.
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