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IAW #6247


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eBay Listing

EBAY#: 140185887665 START: 2007-12-01 18:21:16 (week 51)
END: 2007-12-08 18:21:16
BIDS: 19PRICE: $699.00confirmedsuccess
Positive feedback product as advertised good transaction
A lot of items featured in various episodes of Star Trek: Voyager including “Drive”; wherein “Tom Paris” (Robert Duncan McNeill) enters the “Delta Flyer” in a goodwill interstellar race but finds it sabotaged by someone who wants to prevent such sentiments. This lot includes three LCARS (Library Computer Access and Retrieval System) panels; rectangular pieces of smoked acrylic, curved on the ends, featuring graphical applications adhered to the reverse of various shapes and colored “controls” labeled with letters and numbers, and a rounded, rectangular piece cut out of the top for another LCARS panel. One of such panels features silver detail, its own graphical application of two ascending lines of numbers with a wavelength graphic between them. Included are four of the seat back head rests also featured in various scenes on the “Delta Flyer”; an orange frame, metal inset and detail, two notched poles that attach to the seat to adjust the height, an indented rod shaped neck rest, a rectangular, mauve-colored cushion, three banks of multi-colored blinking lights on the reverse, and an activator switch towards the bottom on the left. The lights on all four items work but the activator switch on one of them needs to be resoldered. Beneath the cushion is the circuitry involved with the blinking lights, that runs on four nine-volt batteries. The LCARS panels measure approx. 17 X 9 X 2 inches and the seat back measures approx.20 X 15 X 10 inches.