For Sale: Fan-made Pizza Planet pickup, like the one in 'Toy Story' and other films


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/11/14/for-sale-fan-made-pizza-plane.html


#2

Is that number plate legit?


#3

A true fan would have fixed the embossed “TOYOYA” lettering on the tailgate to the correct “GYOZA” spelling.


#4

Pixar ought to buy the thing so they can preserve it in a museum.


#5

Looks exactly like the one in the movies… uncanny </snark_off>


#6

This truck isn’t a very accurate representation of the one in the movie. I’ve seen much better cosplay car workmanship. A museum would want a better example.


#7

It’s still seems odd that they managed to shoehorn this thing into a movie set in medieval Scotland but they couldn’t squeeze in a cameo for the Incredibles, which had several wide shots containing hundreds of cars in the background.


#8

Unless somebody took the time to modify it in the Youtube video, apparently so. Evidence of time travel?

ETA: Googling “Pizza Planet License Plate” reveals that it was apparently “RES1536,” which is less startling.


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https://goo.gl/images/aQ2nHd


#10

In the still from the movie you can tell someone had to model the brake light at like 4:45 on a Friday. Eh, it will only be on screen for a fraction of a second and in motion, nobody will notice…


#11

The original Toy Story film was rendered at a resolution of 1536 x 922, hence the license plate RES1536.[source]


#12

That makes sense. It just looks like “RES15[7?]” in the screen cap, which would have been a somewhat more surprising sentiment in a 1995 film.


#13

That’s what I was thinking too!


#14

Brad Bird wanted Brad Bird’s movie.


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