buying 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Vehicles Blasting Their Way to Auction
Some used vehicles now costing more than their original sticker price
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- The 2015 action movie Mad Max: Fury Road featured some of the most spectacular vehicle stunts ever filmed, and now you can buy some of the cars that were put through their paces in the desert to get those shots.
- A total of 13 vehicles from the set will be , including the famous and plenty of convoy vehicles.
- Bidders will have just two days, September 25 and 26, to make their secret bids, and they won't know what other people are offering in this tender. If that seems a bit cutthroat, remember what movie it is we're talking about here.
Get ready for some of the most absurd TikTok videos ever. Later this month, 13 of the heavily modified vehicles from the 2015 post-apocalyptic road trip movie Mad Max: Fury Road will be put up for auction. We can already imagine some bitcoin millionaire buying one just to dress up a friend as the Doof Warrior and go for a joy ride.
Slide Into Some Old School Luxury With This 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible
It’s now available through the Lucky Collector Car Auction. Introduced in the mid 1950s, the Plymouth Fury came at a time when people were really starting to demand style out of their cars. It was offered as a level above the Belvedere and swapped between being a full-size car to a mid-size car, and landing on being a full-sized car again by the time this 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible was made. © Provided by Motorious This 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible was made under the fourth generation run of the Plymouth Fury, and was made around a Chrysler C-body platform.
The vehicles run the gamut from the massive War Rig tanker truck to the modified 1973 XB Ford Falcon coupe called the Razor Cola. There's also a hot-rodded version of a 1932 Chevrolet coupe and a Ford F-250 outfitted with a huge claw on the back that was called the Sabre Tooth, and more, including the Doof Wagon (top), perhaps the most iconic of all the vehicles thanks to countless speakers and the Doof himself.
At this point, none of the actions have a minimum bid listed, and we may never know what they end up selling for, either. This isn't your typical auction where people bid one another up. Instead, the vehicles are being sold as a tender, which means prospective buyers submit sealed bids and the seller will simply choose the winning amount from among the submissions. Bidders will also only have two days to submit their bids—September 25 and 26—and they will never see what other people offer. The more we think about it, this kind of fierce bidding is full-on appropriate to buy one of the cars from Mad Max: Fury Road.
It's a good time to be auctioning off these vehicles, too, since there's news buzzing around about the prequel that director George Miller is working on. The new film will focus on the back story for Imperator Furiosa, the role played by Charlize Theron in Fury Road. The film's release date was recently pushed back to 2024 instead of summer 2023.
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Ford Mustang Mach-E commemorates WWII Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) were a group of female airplane pilots who flew warplanes, typically delivering them from factories to U.S. bases between 1942 and 1944. The all-volunteer force numbered just over 1,100. The pilots flew all types of planes, including B-26 and B-29 bombers. Of the total, 38 died in service to their country, but they were not considered military personnel. The WASPs were granted military status retroactively in 1977. And the pilots were collectively awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in 2010.