Mad Max: Fury Road LEGO Vehicles

Jun 3, 2015

Category: Gear

We’d say we’re surprised to see LEGO recreations of the vehicles from Mad Max: Fury Road, but really we’re not. OK, maybe we figured the film would have to be out a few months before someone went nuts on a weekend(s) project, but here it is, the battle-ready battalion of badassery. BYODust.

Put your hands together for Flickr user and master LEGO builder Will, ladies and gentleman. He’s created tiny versions of Princess, Gigahorse and the Earsplitter/Doof Wagon using nothing but LEGOs. For the Gigahorse, which in the movie is a modified 1959 Caddilac driven by the primary antagonist, Immortan Joe, Will used a modified Ghostbuster Ecto-1. Now that’s some serious sci-fi synergy right there.

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