MFP BA FALCON SIGHTING!! (Laverton)

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MFP BA FALCON SIGHTING!! (Laverton)

Postby PULSE » Mon Mar 24, 2003 12:28 am



Good link to a drawing of a ba coupe


http://designerscave.tripod.com/picturepage5.htm


The core link has some other good pics


http://fordsperformancecars.tripod.com/designerscaveford.htm


But way not just use a stang? Little smaller but a lot less trouble!


I've done a jpeg of a 99(/03) with a scott hat and blower set up just like the Blk on Blk, no way to post it but I'll e-mail it to whom ever would like to see.
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Postby PULSE » Mon Mar 24, 2003 12:32 am



Opps!


"But way not just use a stang? Little smaller but a lot less trouble! "


Should be "why not"


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Postby XAMan » Mon Mar 24, 2003 4:00 am

In last months Street Machine there was a small rendition of a black on black Hillier style coupe in MFP livery in the 'Expression Session' section.
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Postby Brad » Mon Mar 24, 2003 8:54 am



Thanks for that link Pulse, this one is a great shot


http://designerscave.tripod.com/picturepage16.htm
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Postby loco351 » Mon Mar 24, 2003 3:15 pm

hi again guys,





thanx brad, the greeny hillier car was about what i saw, except with a proper BA front and the GT bulge.


the rear cutout bumper was full of drop tank and also another thing i remembered was that the thin led stop light in the rear spoiler also alternated blue and red.very cool. also, this did not look like a film clip being shot, they wouldn't have hurried out if that was the case. i don't know what to make of it in terms of how it could slot into MM4, maybe a dream sequence or part of a montage at the beginning of the film?? all i know is i saw the 2003 version of the interceptor and it looked and sounded amazing, by the way, it didn't sound like a manual gearbox but the changes were lightning fast...i suspect a tricked auto. no luck on sat nite. just a good memory of last thursday.





this is the link to what brad tracked down...imagine it in gloss black with the huge MFP markings up each side, on an angle, toward c-pillar, and with the tip of the letters going over some of the glass. so cool.





http://www.autotek.com.au/go.cfm?section=arrow_ford


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Postby Intceptbuilder » Tue Mar 25, 2003 2:22 am






Hi.Loco351


I don't have any direct connections with any one known to be in the knowledge circle for Mad Max stuff. But I do have a few connections that just might yield an answer.


So I am following them now.


So I might know more tomorrow


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Postby Intceptbuilder » Tue Mar 25, 2003 11:34 pm




Hi I am still to discover anything more about this.[/font]


But Some things do not add up.


The number plate GM 000, It is unlikely that George Miller would have a personalized NSW plate.


I understand that Georges ties are in Victoria. His son is being educated in Victoria.


It is also unlikely that George Miller would film at 1:00 Am in the same location he used 25 years ago.


And George Miller is now famous and I would think be way past the requirement to be present at a 10 minute filming.


Plus George Miller would most likely have been in Hollywood at the time for the Oscars.


That we know of there are no BA Model falcon coupes. However the Hillier brother's could build one, but I think that they would have told some one or shown it off, or it would have been leaked if they did! Because the Hillier Falcon coupes cost a fortune. If this guy did see a BA Falcon coupe there was big money behind it. And it would have to be for something serious.[/font][/font]


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Postby Mad Max RW » Wed Mar 26, 2003 12:22 pm

How in the world do you think that car is for Mad Max 4? Not even a dream sequence would make any sense. Might as well be a Honda.
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