On Diablo they're fabricAre the seat belts rubber or fabric on the diablo? some of the new models that i bought recently have only rubber, even the 1:12 Ford GT 2017 i got the rubber belts only.
The SVJ also has rubber seat belt, it is hard to see, but it is there.
I can't believe I'm saying this, but my first feelings toward the AA Diablo SE30 Jota, after looking at the non-edited pics above, are of total disappointment.
The shape look a bit odd, particularly the rear quarters. Could be all due to the angles the pics were taken, maybe. Also the interior is too plain, it doesn't reflect the plush alcantara on the 1:1.
Generally speaking, the execution lacks finesse from all sides and angles, the fit and finish doesn't look the best, particularly for a model that will hit the shops close to €300.
It would have to be f-ing amazing for me to part with that sort of money. And I'm sad to say, to me it isn't.
It appears in the first film. The 'Road Warrior' version (from the sequel) is the same car modified to survive the wastelands and showing years of wear. That's why it's missing all seats but the drivers, has drums in place of the tank, etc.So we all agree that 72775 (in blue box) has not appeared in the movie, but does such a car exit outside the movie?
I think it's meant to be a dog seat even though it does look like a toilet.Also all the movie versions have the toilet attached to the left door, 72775 doesn't.
In case you didn't see the second film, Max rams into a scavengers car destroying the fibreglass nose. The rest of the film the car is noseless until its blown up. The removable clips allows you to replicate that 'look'. The car looks quite different from its XB origins.For me personally, the most important "gimmick" is the detachable front bumper as it transforms the Mad Max version to a "standard" XB Falcon.