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Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2016 12:42 am
by Taipan
Boneyard Mongrel aka Ballistic Moon Buggy:

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Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2016 12:51 am
by Taipan
Boneyard Mongrel Interior

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Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2016 5:13 am
by tehCal
YES! I was hoping somebody would have proper photos of that!

Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2016 5:14 am
by tehCal
What I want to know is what Buggy #10 was going to be. It was listed in the document I saw, but without a make/model, and Andrew Rickard confirmed that no Buggy #10 existed in Namibia for filming. But I wonder what it was originally going to be, and why it was scrapped.

Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2016 5:36 am
by Artemis Flow
fark how much bog is in that thing lol

Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 11:54 am
by furyroadcars
not much bog at all really lol. The black "tar" like coating was some sort of plaster, very thick and could be applied with a trowel. They wanted the surface to get that cracked appearance. I'm surprised it didn't crack and fall off some of the cars more than it did.

Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2016 12:18 am
by tehCal
Furyroadcars, if you don't mind me asking, who are you? I don't mean that to sound rude at all -- I've been finding out a lot of great info from Cameron Manewell and Andrew Rickard, and if you're not one of those two, I surely have a bunch of questions for you haha!

If you're able to help, please send me a PM with a way to get in touch ie Facebook, we're close to completing this list and the more people we talk to, the more info we seem to unearth.

Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 3:22 am
by furyroadcars
tehCal wrote:Furyroadcars, if you don't mind me asking, who are you? I don't mean that to sound rude at all -- I've been finding out a lot of great info from Cameron Manewell and Andrew Rickard, and if you're not one of those two, I surely have a bunch of questions for you haha!

If you're able to help, please send me a PM with a way to get in touch ie Facebook, we're close to completing this list and the more people we talk to, the more info we seem to unearth.


Guilty Option 1, lol.

Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 1:14 pm
by tehCal
Haha, good to see you still check the forum then mate :)

Re: Let's get comprehensive with the cars of MMFR.

PostPosted: Sat Jan 30, 2016 8:03 am
by tehCal
Also worth mentioning, the Mad Max video game re-uses more than half of the car designs from Fury Road, as well as adding perhaps half a dozen entirely new ones.

Designs used (or adapted) in both the film and game:

Austin A70
Film: "Buggy #7"
Game: "Scrotus War Boys - Fire Raider", "Stank Gum War Boys - Scutterbug"

Chevrolet 3-Window Coupe
Film: "Convoy #1 - Elvis"
Game: "Rare Car - The Twelve"

Chevrolet 5-Window Coupe
Film: "Nux's Car"
Game: "Magnum Opus - Death Rattle"

Chevrolet Blitz Truck
Film: "Buzzard #3 - The Blitz Buggy"
Game: "Buzzards - Drop Kicker"

Chevrolet Fleetmaster Roadster
Film: "Buggy #2"
Game: "Buzzards - Barbacon"

Chevrolet Utility
Film: "Caltrop #4"
Game: "Stank Gum War Boys - Intruder", "Buzzards - Mancannon"

Citroen Light 15
Film: "Buggy #2"
Game: "Scrotus War Boys - Spotta", "Stank Gum War Boys - Tweak Rod"

Datsun 240z
Film: "Buggy #6"
Game: "Roadkill - Flamegamer"

Dodge Fargo Truck
Film: "The Bigfoot", "Polecat #4"
Game: "Scrotus War Boys - Heavy Hauler", "Stank Gum War Boys - Big Chief Chariot", "Rare Car - Dune Vessel Carrier"

Dodge Touring Sedan
Film: "Firecar #1"
Game: "Rare Car - Golden Tuska"

Ford F-100
Film: "Buggy #1 - The Tyre Medic"
Game: "Scrotus War Boys - Scrapulance", "Scrotus War Boys - Bantam Hauler", "Scrotus War Boys - Teeny Hauler"

Ford Falcon XB
Film: "Caltrop #6 - Razor Cola", "Max's Car"
Game: "Magnum Opus - Wild Hunt", "Rare Car - The Interceptor"

Ford Mainline Utility
Film: "Polecat #1"
Game: "Roadkill - Crusher", "Rare Car - Crow Caller"

Holden FX
Film: "Buzzard #1 - Plum Dinger"
Game: "Roadkill - Speedsta"

Holden Kingswood HZ
Film: "Firecar #4"
Game: "Scrotus War Boys - Carnewagon"

Holden Monaro HG
Film: "Firecar #5"
Game: "Scrotus War Boys - Metal Grinder", "Stank Gum War Boys - Killcart"

Holden Standard EK
Film: "Claw Car #4 - Ploughboy"
Game: "Stank Gum War Boys - Processor"

Jaguar Mark VII
Film: "Convoy #2"
Game: "Roadkill - Sideblender"

Maple Leaf Truck
Film: "Buggy #3 - Bones", "Buzzard #4 - The Shoe"
Game: "Buzzards - Charbone"

Oldsmobile 88
Film: "Polecat #3"
Game: "Rare Car - Hardball"

Perentti Kit Car
Film: "Buggy #9"
Game: "Magnum Opus - Furnace"

Plymouth Sedan
Film: "Buzzard #2 - Plymouth Rock"
Game: "Buzzards - Prickles"

Plymouth Barracuda Coupe
Film: "Claw Car #2"
Game: "Scrotus War Boys - Rammerhead", "Stank Gum War Boys - Hardbody", "Rare Car - The Demented Chariot"

Valiant Charger
Film: "The Peacemaker", "Firecar #2 - Prince Valiant"
Game: "Roadkill - Skullbutts"

Volkswagen Beetle
Film: "Firecar #3 - FDK"
Game: "Roadkill - Kaboom Bug"