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Original Star Trek Galileo For Auction

seyrich

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Report this May. 28 2012, 6:26 am

RStar17

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Report this May. 28 2012, 8:51 am

Wow, that thing is in rough shape. $2000 hold just to bid, they must be expecting to get a lot for it still.


 


CloudMinder2

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Report this Jun. 12 2012, 5:40 am

Well i would pay what it took to get it - if i had the money


a classic ship from a classic episode


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guillermo.mejía

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Report this Jun. 12 2012, 9:20 am

It's too far gone though...

Beershark

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Report this Jun. 12 2012, 7:49 pm

Ho would you verify authenticety?


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CloudMinder2

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Report this Jun. 13 2012, 8:59 am

Quote: Beershark @ Jun. 12 2012, 7:49 pm

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>Ho would you verify authenticety?

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i'm sure the set designers could


 


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RStar17

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Report this Jun. 13 2012, 10:52 am

Really, it wouldn't be too hard to spent a couple weeks and take that two thousand dollars and build your own replica. Well, my welding skills aren't up to the task, but I'm sure someone else's are.


 


 


CloudMinder2

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Report this Jun. 15 2012, 4:00 am

I only just noticed the other photos and the videos.


They pose more questions than answers, eg:


- just how much of the original ship is now left, as to some extent it looks like they stripped it completely down and started again - how did the outsides up end red - is that some kind of primer paint?


- and how did they manage to lose parts of it?


- And is reassembling it with wood really sensible - how long will that last?


Does any one else think these guys look like a bunch of amateurs who bit off more than they could chew?




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J.T.Kirk

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Report this Jun. 16 2012, 9:20 pm

Wow! Be kinda of cool to fix her up a bit, put a few LCD screens up front for DVD TOS playback effect, build a little monorail in the backyard & take her for a spin with the boy & girls ... & a few bottles of Saurian Brandy on a Friday night or so.


Actually, she looks to have been hit by one too many photon torpedos since I saw her last.  Think I won't shake the piggy bank for this one. What's the scoop on the interior btw, was this shuttle just used for exterior shots & a seperate set used for the inside scenes?

CloudMinder2

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Report this Jun. 19 2012, 4:04 pm

Quote: J.T.Kirk @ Jun. 16 2012, 9:20 pm

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> was this shuttle just used for exterior shots & a seperate set used for the inside scenes?

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i suspect just for exterior shots, interior sets normally have a wall missing to make room for the cameras, lighting etc


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auctioneerbrooks

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Report this Jun. 26 2012, 10:55 am

Still time!


 


http://www.kikoauctions.com/?nav=auctions&details=2030


 


Bid now to own the one and only Galileo


 

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