For years I have been trying to track down a film that I saw a clip of on an old BBC show called Screen Test.
They introduced the film as "having used the most scrap from scrap yards than any other film."
It was either an Australian or a New Zealand film. Post apocalyptic like Mad Max. In-fact for years I thought Mad Max would be the film, but it wasn't.
They showed one scene from the film which the contestants answered questions on.
A six wheel truck drives up to the camera. It looks like a Mad Max truck. There are at least two people in the truck, a man sits close to us with a woman next to him. He looks through binoculars (sci-fi bins). He sees a long trailer thing on rails and it has sails. Then this land ship is attacked by bandits on motorbikes or something. The sails fall and people run about panicking. Then we cut back to the truck and it drives away.
The film is not Battletruck or Damnation Alley. The truck I think had six wheels, but I could be wrong. Not evenly spaced wheels, with the second wheels set back. A gun slung at the back, like a chain gun. It was futuristic like and pointy like a Lambo, not a square truck. In black or dark grey.
Like this but with another set of wheels at the back and painted dark:
It probably wasn't a very good film and has dropped below the radar of obscurity. Anyone who could help ID this film for me would be greatly appreciated.
You can see how obsessed I am as still making models of it in Lego:
Here is a bad drawing of what I remember: