1977 XC Falcon Hardtop - Mad Max Replica ... (SOLD)

MAD MAX Interceptor Replica now for sale! Iconic co-star of the Aussie staged block buster movie franchise first released in 1979, that helped shape a generation and launched Mel Gibson to international stardom.

Guest starring with Gibson in the 1st feature film is the original incarnation of the Mad Max Interceptor Falcon Hardtop, as we see here today.

Based on a '77 Ford XC Falcon Hardtop this Mad Max Interceptor was built by well known Kevin Bartlett race car builder Ron Eagle with advice from George Critty renowned Mad Max Expert and Consultant.

The car is powered by a 351 Cleveland V8 with 4 speed manual gearbox and features power steering, and A/C with a compressor that powers the blower belt. When you flick the switch on the gear stick the compressor is engaged and drives the blower pulley. Yes Max, a supercharger and she sucks nitro.

The supercharger, body kit and modified Sunraysia wheels were sourced through a West Australian based Mad Max specialist. And the working side pipes are music to a V8 lover's ears as they cackle away right behind the big coupe's cockpit windows.

This is an authentic build of an iconic Australian movie car and a great Aussie muscle car on super steroids. Has been with the current owner for over 8 years. Not previously registered. Come and admire this beast in our Kingsgrove Sydney showroom. (AMCS Ref. 5693)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUi5Lo9SHTY

Price:

$119,000

Vin:

JG65TB 25014C

Engine:

N

Transmission:

B

Paint:

9

Trim:

D

Build:

5-1977

Garage Scene Script MM1:

Kick it in the guts, Barry.

She's the last of the V8s.

You can shut the gate on this one Maxie, it's the duck's guts.

Yeah, she's the last of the V8s.

Sucks nitro, Phase 4 heads, Twin overhead cam.

600 horsepower through the wheels

Tell him about the blower.. The blower, man.

She's meanness put to music, and the bitch is born to run.

He's in a coma, man!

He loves it.

How the hell did you get all this together?

It just happened, Max, you know..

A piece from here and a piece from there.

So easy?

Yeah.

Come on, Max. You've seen it, you've heard it..

...and you're still asking questions.

When do we go for a ride?!

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