Referred to as "Buggy #8" in production documents, or simply as 'The Mini", this marauder's vehicle is a heavily modified Mini Cooper s 1964.
A heavily modified Mini Cooper S shell from 1964 with a Holden Red straight six engine. The shell was mounted on a Holden 186 farm buggy. The buggy was a cheap eBay buy and the Mini was bought for another reason that was scrapped, so the builders decided to marry the two.
Andrew Rickard - one of the key mechanics for Mad Max: Fury Road wanted to put two gloves on the distributor at the front as a nod for the Mini owners. The glove would stop water from getting into the distributor and the engine from stopping.
 The vehicle had a flamethrower mounted in the cab, several molotov cocktails on the side, a roll-cage around the shell of the car, small bull bar, one functioning headlight and a set of six gasser intakes.
Appearance on screen
- The geometry of this car was wrong, and the car was difficult to drive.
- The vehicle was originally half rusty and half covered in black pitch. Combined with the fact that this vehicle was equipped with a flamethrower and had molotov cocktails on the side one can assume it was originally part of the Gas Town armada. In the
- ↑ http://madmaxmovies.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=9228&p=109501&hilit=mini#p109501 Cameron Manewell, Fury Road mechanic & builder
- ↑ http://madmaxmovies.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=9228&p=109890&hilit=mini#p109890 Cameron Manewell