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To further the neo-nazi movement in America, Count von Delberg and his equally fanatical daughter have aligned themselves with a Las Vegas Mafia chief named Bremonte, as well as with the Bloody Devils, a band of California cyclists led by the sadistic Cunk. Unknown to the count, both his own party and the Mafia have been infiltrated by undercover agents: Carol Bechtol, his mistress-associate, is actually an Israeli agent searching for the Nazi colonel who executed her parents; and Mark Adams, a respected member of the Mafia underworld, is in reality an FBI agent. The count's plan is to make counterfeit money with smuggled plates from World War II and have the Mafia distribute it while the Bloody Devils eliminate interference from the authorities. While Adams is acting as the go-between among the three groups, he becomes closely involved with Carol, thereby arousing the jealous hatred of Cunk. After failing in a murderous attempt on Adams' life, Cunk and two of his sidekicks attempt to gang-rape Carol. Although she kills the bikers with an explosive device she carries, Carol meets her own end when the count, who is the sought-after Nazi colonel, discovers her spying and slashes her throat with a switchblade. Eventually, Adams and the FBI close in on the counterfeiters and wipe out almost all of the gang during a gun battle and car chase. The count and his daughter die fiery deaths while attempting to escape in a helicopter loaded with explosives planted by Adams.