By now it's a well-established fact that Mad Max: Fury Road is one of the most insane action movies ever made. If there's one thing more insane than the latest Mad Max film, however, it's its insanely impressive lineup of vehicles. They're fast, furious, and they're topped with skulls and fire-slinging guitarists -- even, it appears, 30-something dads with a little imagination.
Inspired by the film, Ian Pfaff, a California father of two, spent some time recreating the cars with his wife Emily for their two children Junior, 2, and Benji, 5 months. With a pair of Little Tykes Cozy Coupes toy cars and a lot of old junk he had lying around, Pfaff transformed his kids' playtime into Furiosa-fueled fun.
When Thrillist asked what compelled him to do such a thing, this is what he had to say for himself: "I saw Road Warrior when I was a kid, and it blew my mind. I saw Fury Road when I was 30, and it blew my mind."
The results of his efforts might just blow your mind too. Here's how he did it.