Replica Mad Max Interceptor
and Other Mad Max Fan Cars
This section shows off Mad Max replica, inspired, and other interesting cars that I've received from various Mad Max fans. If you've got a vehicle, and it is not listed below, please feel free to submit it. Please note that I'm primarily intending this section to be either direct Mad Max replica or inspired vehicles, or fairly unique looking Australian 1970's Fords or Holdens along the same lines. I know a lot of you out there own some other interesting cars, but most of them are beyond the scope of this page, and it would be impossible to list all of those here.
Black Mad Max Interceptor / Pursuit Special* Replicas
* Pursuit Special you say? The car was never referred to as "Interceptor" within the first film. In the script it was referenced as the "Black On Black", and very briefly within the first film, the MFP dispatcher can be heard announcing that the "Pursuit Special" has been stolen after Max takes off with the car - possibly the re-use of some looped dialog from the film's opening. On the film's release, much promotional material did feature heavily the title "Interceptor", and in Mad Max 2 the car is described directly as "The Last of the V8 Interceptors". Therefore, for most people, Interceptor is the name that is most commonly associated with the car. Just about every article, conversation, and so on will always use the Interceptor name tag. Pursuit Special is still valid if you want to use it, but you'll find the majority of people refer to the car more commonly as the Interceptor.
The Bad Guys
The Landau replica from Back 2 The Max. Red XA / Bat Car replica from Back 2 The Max. Dee's Red XA Road Warrior replica.
Wez' Bike replica from Back 2 The Max. Mike Acebo's Goose Bike Replica.
Yellow Interceptor / Pursuit Replicas
Michael Rennie's Yellow Interceptor Replica. George Frederick's Yellow Interceptor Replica (formerly Grant Hodgson) Steve Nicols' Yellow Pursuit Replica. COC Automotive Yellow Interceptor Replica. For a selection of other Australian yellow interceptors, try the Real or Replica page. Big Bopper / Big Boppa Yellow Pursuit replica from Back 2 The Max (Broken Hill). Big Bopper / Big Boppa Yellow Pursuit replica from Back 2 The Max (Airfield). Big Bopper / Big Boppa (Budget Version) from Back 2 The Max. Yellow MFP XC from Back 2 The Max. MAX's Yellow MFP Interceptor replica from Back 2 The Max. Gary Kreider's Yellow Interceptor replica. MFP Station Wagon? Makoto Arnold's March Hare replica
Interceptor / Pursuit Replicas based on non-Australian cars
Take a look at Mark Jenson's yellow interceptor. Take a look at Alan Overton's yellow interceptor, built from a Ford Capri. Jens Jankuhn's Yellow Interceptor, built from a 1976 Opel Commodore B. Adrian Bennet's Yellow Interceptor, based on a Datsun. Jose Trigo's "White Interceptor" Andy Holmes' Yellow Interceptor, based on a MK3 Ford Cortina. Mirko Belik's Big Bopper replica.
Mad Max Vehicle Replicas - Works in progress
Scott Page's work in progress Bart Mangrum's Replica Graeme Row's work in progress Robert Zavadszky's work in progress Double Trouble, Gordon Hayes' project workshop (July 2003).
Other Law Enforcement Replicas
The Information Society car. Take a look at Joe Rice's '75 Chevy Nova Police Interceptor Replica.
Mad Max Inspired Cars
Ken Stone's Enforcer.
George Kritty's XC Coupe, complete with "MADMAX" license plates. Sam Costanzo's XB Falcon, a nice example of a standard XB, before any replica treatment.