Porsche 911 – Mad Max and is a classic of cinema. It was released in 1979 and quickly became a cult film and one of the most profitable ever made. In the saga, there was Jim “Goose” Rains and his 1977 Kawasaki KZ1000. Future releases and back were made by La Parisienne, a company based in Melbourne, which went bankrupt a few years after the film’s release. After Goose is wounded in the leg, we see him in a police station with a 1976 Kawasaki KH250.
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior was released in 1981. Both the film and the bikes were much more punk. Wez, the main villain of The Road Warrior, had some of the best motorcycle movies. He rode a Kawasaki Z-1 900 or 1000, which was dressed with a hull by Craig Vetter to look like a post-apocalyptic 1981 Suzuki Katana. Wez guide even a Yamaha XS 1100. Sidecar originally belonged to Allan Levinson from Sydney, Australia, who had listed it for sale in 1981. Because he couldn’t get used to how it rode alongside his Yamaha 650 Special.
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
The third film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome was released in 1985. But it did not actually feature any fantastic motorcycle as films gone by. As the title indicates, most of the action takes place in a large arena called Thunderdome and features a character, Blaster. Movies of Mad Max inspired numerous fan club themed activities and Road Warrior to date and almost single shaped like post-apocalyptic. Vehicle designs were iconic and memorable and the action scenes were some of the most aggressive sequences to grace the silver screen.
The latest chapter
The bikes are one of the stars of all the films Mad Max and also the latest chapter in the saga is no exception since the icon image in the film where Mad Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy) is riding a Yamaha R1. It is entirely covered with mats and bags, but still recognizable. So, for fans to identify different models appearing in the film is the real challenge.
Among other appears another Yamaha, the YZ250F that the mechanics have begun to make it as similar as possible to the cyberpunk style. The bike is used in conjunction with a Gas-Gas TXT250s by bad guys who throw themselves in pursuit of the protagonists Max and Furiosa. Colin Gibson (Production Designer) has worked on all two wheels to make them compatible with the scenarios of Mad Max, adding parts of other motorcycles, removing some to bring out the steel and adding a layer of paint to simulate wear.
Mad Max inspired an Air-cooled Porsche 911
If one of the stars of Mad Max wanted to drive a car, then you could claim this Porsche 911. Yasid Oozeear has created this rendering and equipped the Porsche 911 with tons of means pixels. There might be a problem with this 911 catering to the transport needs of Mad Max. This has to do with microscopic ride height, but even this could be solved by Photoshop.
So, all this over-custom Neunelfer work has reminded us of the real-world 911 examples that have been taken deep the project car rabbit hole and we’ll remind you of two such examples, which sit at the opposite ends of the beaten path scale.