Fake Taxi Lists Legendary Vehicle For Sale As Movie Prop

FAKE Taxi, the world’s most famous taxi is up for grabs for willing movie studios and producers looking to utilize the iconic vehicle in a cinematic production. The FAKE Taxi vehicle was reunited with the brand after an emotional search this summer. Since the disappearance, the brand acquired an additional taxi to continue production. With an extra taxi now in the FAKE Taxi fleet, the original taxi can properly assume adult industry retirement and accomplish its silver screen dreams.

The vehicle fits four passengers. However, there is potential to fit many more, should a studio decide to get creative. With a spacious interior that can fit several cameras, the vehicle is proven film-friendly. The vehicle also has a SORN (Statutory Off Road Notification) and belongs on set.

Lew Thomas, Head of Production at FAKE Taxi explained the decision to give the legendary vehicle new life:

“Following the misadventures of our beloved taxi this summer, we decided it was time to retire the legend. The vehicle is a living sensation on the Internet and it can only be further immortalized in cinema. For any movie studios or producers needing a marketing edge to their production, or a smack-talking, villainous vehicle, the FAKE Taxi might be right for your film. We’re open to serious offers and looking forward to discussing the future of the FAKE Taxi in your cinematic production.”

As of today, FAKE Taxi is accepting offers from film producers and film studios on the vehicle, cleaned and sanitized, and complete with a certificate of authenticity signed by Lew Thomas himself. To submit offers or proposals, please contact info@faketaxi.com.

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