Story time. Way back, I was a little boy, my uncle took me to a cinema. The movie was Mad Max: The Road Warrior. You can imagine how terrified I was, watching scary people driving scary cars, killing each other. It was a traumatizing experience for me. And then, years later, I collect diecast cars. Those childhood memories came into my head, and I thought, wouldn’t it be cool to have a Mad Max toy car. So when Hot Wheels released the Falcon XB I was excited. This is it! I’m gonna make my own Interceptor. That was in 2012. I drilled one, took it apart, and then have no idea what to do. Also, during that period I was an office worker, so I didn’t have much time. Until 2016, when I finally quit and started to get back to freelance job.
Custom parts include a nose cone, zoomie exhausts, a switch-on supercharger, and bits and junk in the trunk.
A useful trick, if you’re doing a movie car replica, it is imperative that you watch the inspiring movie while working . So can you guess which movie I watched during the build? Yep, correct. Love Actually.