1975 Other Makes Interceptor --
Here is an opportunity of a lifetime! Very rare and desirable Mad Max replica. Because of the rareness of the Aussie Ford required to build a Mad Max car, the replica's are nearly non-existent. This one is one of, if not the nicest example, in existence. It cost over $100k and 7 years to restore and build. I have a 3 ring binder that totals $115,000 in receipts as well as a full photo album of restoration photos showing the car being stripped down to nothing but a bare shell. Everything on this car was rebuilt including all the gauges, wiring, brakes, engine, transmission, etc. It drives like a new car! It has a show quality paint over a rust free body that was stripped bare before repaint. It had an independent appraisal done in 2010 and was graded a 2A, which is just shy of a trailer queen. It was appraised at that time at $109,000 and has only has less than a couple hundred miles and has been stored indoors since. We purchased the car in 2012 and have been displaying it in the museum since and never had intentions to sell. We've even turned down several handsome offers. However, we recently acquired a Road Warrior version Mad Max car and decided to display that one because of the additional props unique to the Road Warrior car giving our guests more to look at. Our Part 1 car is higher quality restoration and unlike the Road Warrior version, is user friendly with 4 seats, a full interior and is weather tight with full windows. If we did not have the Road Warrior car, this one would not be for sale! There is only 1 original, screen used, Mad Max car. It is owned by a very wealthy individual and is not for sale at any price. Here is your opportunity to own the next best thing.