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    Vernon Wells "Wez" post-apocalyptic custom motorcycle from Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. (Warner Bros., 1981) This is the motorcycle used by Wez, the lead biker marauder with the Mohawk hairstyle in George Miller's classic sequel to Mad Max. Based on a Kawasaki Z-1, the bike is equipped with a custom fairing, Henry Abe wheels, and a kangaroo hide seat! The engine is modified with a Rajay turbocharger mounted on the left. On front and below windshield is a silver skull and crossbones emblem. Motorcycle is studio distressed and the 37 years since production have added to the patina. Kangaroo hide is worn, with surface rust throughout frame. Exhibits scattered dents and paint chips throughout. Left grip is missing but can be easily replaced. Mechanicals untested and being sold on bill of sale only. Measures 44.5 x 36 x 84 in. Motorcycle is currently in eastern United States and special shipping arrangements will apply. Provenance: Film Services Group, Australia, which built the motorcycles for the film.

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    June, 2018
    5th Tuesday
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