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IAW #3968


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EBAY#: 140129679558 START: 2007-06-15 17:30:00 (week 27)
END: 2007-06-22 17:30:00
BIDS: 28PRICE: $2939.00assumedsuccess
A Starfleet engineering cart that appeared in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode “In the Cards” in a scene with “Jake Sisko” (Cirroc Lofton) and “Nog” (Aron Eisenberg). This impressive cart is made of particle board sections set in a metal frame and painted gun-metal gray with multiple built-in LCARS (Library Computer Access and Retrieval System) located on three sides. The three solid tiers each slide out to reveal the inner workings of the piece. The panels each display different information including long range sensors on the front section, “Medsis”,“Medsis-Dat” and button panels. The top surface is a piece of black acrylic with white applications for detail. Due to time and use there are some scratches on the acrylic surface and around the sides. Also applied are systems labels, there is a metal handle and the unit is set on wheels for ease of use. It has a Standard United States Type B 120Volt inverted plug on the side and a switch above it. An extension cord (not included) is required to have the unit light up. Measures approx. 43 x 25 ½ x 45 inches.