Mad Max: The Road Warrior Interceptor
Review by AJProDie-Cast
The real car started life as a standard 1973 XB GT Ford Falcon Coupe, a car exclusive to Australia, and became a classic in Mad Max and an icon in
Mad Max Part 2 - The Road Warrior
This is a 1:18 vehicle made by AUTOart.
The Interceptor comes with a plastic dog (named "Dog"), two machetes, a real rubber tire with chain, two gas cans, and a box of dog food with two extra cans.
The car is very well made and has a heavy, solid feel, being mostly die-cast.
The hood opens up and has a detailed engine with extreme detail…
…that even "Dog" wants to get a sniff!
The doors open, the left door has "Dog's" seat
(that does not fit him), so keep him near instead.
The right door has a sheath for one of the machetes…
...the other one goes underneath with the "kill switch" for Max's "booby trap" gas area.
The back part has two added main gas tanks,
which is where you store the other accessories
and watch out for "Dog" taking a drink (or a leak?)
Overall a great item and is impressive in its detail. Even the insides are a fine piece of craftsmanship!
|Posted 7 March, 2011 - 23:30 by AJProDie-Cast|