Insane Looking MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Cars Are Up For Auction!


If you want to buy a new car that is a little bit different on the road, now is your chance to buy one of the insane-looking cars that were used in George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road. These are the cars that were not destroyed while they were making the movie.

When I was watching the badass cars in this movie racing through the desert, I was thinking how awesome it would be to get one and drive around and I’m sure many of you had the same thoughts! Now, if you have the money to spend on some really cool vehicles, this is your chance.

Lloyd’s Auctions is the auctioneering and valuation company from Australia that is handling everything and you can check out the complete list of vehicles that are up for auction, right here. The site reveals photos of each of the cars and each one comes along with a complete description, which is actually pretty entertaining to read.

Pontiac Surfari with 20’ Pole Counterweight bio reads:

A 1956 Pontiac Custom Safari 2-door wagon stripped and chop-topped to accommodate a 20’ pole welded to a V8 engine block as counterweight for aerial gymnastics… Cirque du soleil, wasteland style: rape and pillage from on high by Gastown elite Warboys, boarding parties rained on victim vehicles at high speed from this steel surfboard-toting, beaten metal monster.

Available for expressions of Madness is a Museum of Modern Masterpieces, these vehicles are survivors of the apocalypse that was the filming of FURY ROAD. Blown, super-turbo charged and armed to the teeth with weaponry and War Boys, the machines that outran the end of civilisation have been unearthed in the greatest barn-find ever recorded. Nitrous, noxious, and no-nonsense harbingers of hell, marking man’s uncanny ability to wring beauty even from that designed for death and destruction, art from power, meaning from machine.

Express your madness now!

The bids are starting out for only a dollar! You can see the screenshot below. The auctioning event will take place on September 25th and 26th, 2021.

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