Who hasn’t wanted to own a movie car? This former 101FC rehabilitated for the movie Judge Dredd is just the opportunity you’ve been dreaming of if you have $ 25,000 to spend.
In the 1970s, Land Rover made a military all-terrain vehicle called 101 Forward Control, or 101FC. Apparently, the creators of the 1995 action sci-fi film Judge Dredd found it quite robust, as they used the 101FC in the film. Today one of these trucks is for sale. Discovered by our fellow Autobloggers and listed for sale on Craigslist in Dallas, Texas, this 101FC has undergone a complete makeover to give it the futuristic, dystopian look the filmmakers had in mind.
Gone is its original very military profile, in its place is now a fiberglass bodywork with tortured lines. There were only 2,669 101FCs built and according to Road and Track this is one of 31 used for the film. It is not painted, but primed to be painted, which the seller claims allows it to be used for any purpose you could imagine. However, despite its stunning appearance, it remains a simple vehicle like many others. The body was the only change made, so the truck still retains its original chassis and drivetrain.
A truck like the others?
This means that it still has a ground clearance of 25 cm, a two-speed transfer case and a Rover 3.5-liter V8 engine. As is the case with many movie cars, this one was damaged all over the place as evidenced by the interior. However, the seller claims that the engine starts and runs “Like a clock”.
The driver’s seat is on the right side which could normally be difficult to adjust, but there is not much to worry about here as the truck does not have a registration certificate. It is therefore not approved for the road, but given its unusual look and size, we doubt that will bother anyone. With a price tag of $ 25,000, it’s up to you to decide whether it’s worth it or not.