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*According to Cars Finder, Al Oft is an Aaron Fullogas. This, of course, is not a real make and model for a blimp.
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*According to Cars Finder, Al Oft is an Aaron Fullogas. This, of course, is not a real make and model for a blimp. "Fullogas," is a play on the words "full of gas" or "full o' gas."
*Instead of the traditional "Goodyear" logo branded across its side, Al's logo says "Lightyear." This is a reference to [[Buzz Lightyear]] from ''[[Toy Story]]''.
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*Al Oft is an allusion to the classic "Goodyear" blimps seen at many sports events. Instead of the traditional "Goodyear" logo branded across its side, Al's logo says "Lightyear." This is a reference to [[Buzz Lightyear]] from ''[[Toy Story]]''.
 
*His name is a play on the word "aloft."
 
*His name is a play on the word "aloft."
*"Fullogas," the make model of Al Oft, is a play on the words "full of gas" or "full o' gas."
 
 
*[[Planes#Colin Cowling|Colin Cowling]] from [[DisneyToon Studios]]' ''[[Planes]]'' bears a resemblance to Al Oft.
 
*[[Planes#Colin Cowling|Colin Cowling]] from [[DisneyToon Studios]]' ''[[Planes]]'' bears a resemblance to Al Oft.
   

Revision as of 18:22, January 12, 2014

"Oh, yeah! Whoo!"
—His only line.

Al Oft is a character in Cars.

Cars

"Al is high on life. As an endorsement billboard in the sky for the Lightyear Tire company (proud sponsor of the Piston Cup), he loves to provide those grand images high above the track. He's just happy that his job sends him to great sporting events because he always has the best seat in the house!"[1]

Cars Toons

Al Oft appears briefly at the beginning of Mater the Greater.

Cars 2

In Cars 2, Al Oft is seen flying over Porto Corsa at the second World Grand Prix race.

Trivia

  • According to Cars Finder, Al Oft is an Aaron Fullogas. This, of course, is not a real make and model for a blimp. "Fullogas," is a play on the words "full of gas" or "full o' gas."
  • Al Oft is an allusion to the classic "Goodyear" blimps seen at many sports events. Instead of the traditional "Goodyear" logo branded across its side, Al's logo says "Lightyear." This is a reference to Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story.
  • His name is a play on the word "aloft."
  • Colin Cowling from DisneyToon Studios' Planes bears a resemblance to Al Oft.

Gallery

References

  1. "Cars Finder" (supplementary material on Blu-ray Disc release of Cars). 2007. Blu-ray Disc. Walt Disney Home Entertainment, 2007.
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