The Star Wars parody that inspired the original trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as well as the first teaser trailer for The Last Jedi, were both made using an antique gas pump and a mirror glass that looked a lot like an antique mirror, according to Recode.
Both the Star Wars spoof and The Last Jaws parody use a vintage gas pump that has been repainted and repainted in a blue and gold color scheme.
In The Last Wars spoof, a man named Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) uses a vintage “Antique Gas Pump” as a “pump for water” in the film.
In the Star War parody, a “Star Wars” mask with a “gas pump” on it appears.
Both of these were made by a German company called H.P. Heimdall.
A “Star War” mask from that mask was also featured in the teaser trailer of The Last Emperor, a film about the Han Solo saga, in 2017.
He also made a mirror-glazed mirror for the movie.
Heimdalls’ mirror-glass mirrors were first introduced in 1950.
He has since been making mirrors for more than 40 years.
In 2017, he was honored with a lifetime achievement award for his work.
“The most beautiful of them all, the antique gas-pump that was used for the Star Trek spoof, was made by an unknown person in the United States in the 1950s,” a spokeswoman for Heimdaell told Recode in an email.
“The gas-pipe was repainted by a painter from New Mexico.
It has not been repacked.
The gas-pot itself was not even known to exist until the 1970s.”