In the world of Mad Max, even one of the most iconic movies car's in the Last of the V8 Pursuit Specials had its start elsewhere prior and has had its share of changes over the many years since it first rolled onto our screes.
Starting off as a stock Australian Ford Falcon XB GT, this muscle car and movie icon was given a star treatment for its 1979 film debut and has gone on to be the ultimate dream car of many fans over the years, becoming perhaps the ultimate V8 police car in its sleek black appearance.
Here at MFP we take a look into the build and changes of George Miller's Mad Max drive of The Interceptor and try and give as best a detailed documentation of what transformed this 70s Aussie car into the icon it has become in the motor and movie world.
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