But Mad Max in itself is an iconic film series, much like Back To The Future. Every model released for a DeLorean in the U.S. have all been BTTF related, from such companies as AMT/ERTL, Polar Lights and Sunstar. The closest to a non-BTTF DeLorean you can find is the 1/18 scale DeLorean diecast that doesn't have any BTTF parts on it. Other than BTTF DeLoreans, there has never been a non-BTTF DeLorean model kit released. Yet, that hasn't stopped model makers from making tons of BTTF DeLorean model kits, because the car is only recognized as the BTTF time machine and nothing else. The same is true with Ghostbusters and the Echo-1. There hasn't been any other model kit for the 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor. Yet, there's been several model releases of the Ecto-1 and Ecto-1A from the first two films (and Polar Lights has also done their own release of the Ghostbusters Ecto-1), and the vehicle is iconic and well recognized. And those model kits have sold.The Jack Reacher car was a Chevelle that is very popular in its own right. They already had a kit for it. That's the difference.
In the 'states an XB Falcon is the MM car and nothing else, and Fury Road gave that car its first 30 seconds of screen time in the last 30 years.
Trust me, it's not just the Interceptor that those model companies missed out on. It's all the vehicles from the film series itself, including those in Fury Road. I'm betting that if one of them did a MM line, the Interceptor would be one of the top sellers because the car is popular and iconic (just as much popular and iconic in its own right, much like a Chevelle).
But we're diverging from the topic, which is scratch building an Interceptor model, and methods of possibly kit bashing one as well.