- The "Landmaster" later had a cameo in Chris Eliott's sitcom "Get A Life" in which it was an automatic newspaper-delivering machine (called the Paperboy 2000) that, of course, went haywire.
- The 12-wheeled "Landmaster" vehicle used in the film was created by Jefferies Automotive in Universal City, California. Despite the appearance of two "Landmasters" in the film, only one was built at a cost of $300,000 in 1977. As of today (1999), the original "Landmaster" is alive and well, and resides in the lot at the Jefferies Automotive shop on Cahuenga Blvd. near Barham Blvd., and is easily seen from the the street. It has been somewhat modified from its original appearance in "Damnation Alley," with the enlargement of the driver and passenger side windows, and the removal of the flexible center section cover.
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