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Profiles in History sale #10, lot #187

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SALE: The Star Trek Auction ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $800
"Control Room" - Episode #71 "Whom Gods Destroy"

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Profiles in History sale #26, lot #691

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SALE: Hollywoold Auction 26 ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $450
Original Filmation animation cel from Star Trek: The Animated Adventures featuring Capt. Kirk with an original hand-painted background
(NBC-TV, 1973-75) Original animation cel with hand-painted background, featuring a nice half-length image of the gallant Capt. James T. Kirk. Measures approximately 12 ½ in. x 9 ½ in. Handsomely triple-matted to 18 in. x 15 in.

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Profiles in History sale #31, lot #889

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 230230187754
ESTIMATE: $200 - $300
PRICE: $1600 ($1920 with premium)
Original painting for the cover of the Star Trek paperback The Galactic Whirlpool
The artwork is accomplished in acrylic and features William Shatner as “Captain Kirk”. The novel Star Trek: The Galactic Whirlpool was first published in 1980 and was written by David Gerrold, who also penned scripts for the show. Includes an original copy of the novel with the artwork. Placed under plexiglass in a gold metal frame measuring 20 ¼ x 28 ¼ in.

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Profiles in History sale #31, lot #892

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 260218394612
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $950 ($1140 with premium)
Capt. Kirk original production cel from Star Trek:  The Animated Adventures
(NBC-TV, 1973-75) Set of five original animation cels which together make up the final image of Kirk, along with an original production background. The cels measure 11 in. x 14 in., with production number at the lower right (cels) and upper right (background). A great image of Kirk.

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Profiles in History sale #31, lot #893

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SALE: Hollywood Auction 31
EBAY LIVE#: 330218031183
ESTIMATE: $400 - $600
PRICE: $400 ($480 with premium)
Mr. Spock original production cel from Star Trek:  The Animated Adventures
(NBC-TV, 1973-75) Set of two original animation cels which together make up the final image of Spock, along with an original production background. The cels measure 11 in. x 14 in., with production number at the lower right (cels) and upper right (background). Here, Spock seems to be challenging a unseen foe on a lush green planet.

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IAW #0887

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EBAY#: 140071527233 START: 2007-01-05 14:38:00 (week 4)
END: 2007-01-12 14:38:00
BIDS: 9PRICE: $106.49assumedsuccess
STAR TREK ENTERPRISE: “HOT SET!!” SIGN
This red on-the-set sign made of cardstock was used on the set of Star Trek: Enterprise by the production staff to warn visitors that it was a “HOT SET!!” and to “please stay off the furnishings” It even has the original tape still on it! One can only guess at the amount of cast and crew that walked past this sign! Measures approx. 8 ½ x 11 inches.

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IAW #1456

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EBAY#: 140081826733 START: 2007-02-02 13:24:00 (week 8)
END: 2007-02-09 13:24:00
BIDS: 13PRICE: $207.50assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: TNG “BRENT SPINER” COURTESY JACKET
A gray fleece courtesy jacket presumably used by Brent Spiner during his portrayal of “Data” in Star Trek: The Next Generation. The jacket features two front pockets, an elastic waist, and a zip up the front with a broken off tab. The front left breast features the name ‘Brent' embroidered in black and the costumer’s tag is inscribed ‘TNG Brent Spiner, Courtesy Jacket’.

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IAW #2159

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EBAY#: 140105040505 START: 2007-04-06 13:08:00 (week 17)
END: 2007-04-13 13:08:00
BIDS: 8PRICE: $26.99confirmedsuccess
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STAR TREK ENTERPRISE: “HOT SET!!” SIGN
This red “Dressed Set” sign made of cardstock was used on the set of Star Trek: Enterprise by the production staff to warn visitors that it was a “HOT SET!!” and to “please stay off the furnishings” It even has the original tape still on it! One can only guess at the amount of cast and crew that walked past this sign! Due to time and use the card is dented and slightly worn. Measures approx. 8 ½ x 11 inches.

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IAW #4654

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EBAY#: 140140309662 START: 2007-07-20 15:24:00 (week 32)
END: 2007-07-27 15:24:00
BIDS: 8PRICE: $1525.00assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: ENT “TECHNICAL DRAWING ENTERPRISE NX-01 BRIDGE PLAN”
A black and white technical drawing of the Enterprise NX-01 bridge illustrated by Doug Drexler under the supervision of production designer Herman Zimmerman. The framed picture features a plan of the bridge, the ceiling and a cross section. Measures approx. 37 x 26 ¼ inches.

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Warp Five Complex

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IAW #6125

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EBAY#: 140183100289 START: 2007-11-24 18:30:00 (week 50)
END: 2007-12-01 18:30:00
BIDS: 15PRICE: $789.00assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: DS9 “JOHN EAVES CONCEPT ART – SCAN PAINTING” FROM "THE VISITOR"
A set of original and photocopied pieces of concept artwork created design illustrator John Eaves for and a scanned marker painting from the episode “The Visitor” of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The first sheet is the original artwork of “Jake Sisko’s” (Tony Todd) bayou home in the alternate future that takes place in the episode. The home is surrounded by swamp trees and while the home is finished in that it has been inked, the porch is missing, and blue thumbnail drawing is still visible. The next sheet is a photocopy of the same house but with the porch, after that is an oval frame rendering for the following sheet that is of the house in the frame. A photocopy of the house presented within the finished porch is next which includes thumbnail sketching. A painted copy of the house inside the frame is present employing deep browns and greens. Next, a series of depictions with the house in the distance: one of a smaller photocopy of the house for use inside the background on the next sheet. That is comprised of a photocopy of the house in great detail surrounded by the landscape of Louisiana as depicted by the artist with hundreds of trees draped in bayou vegetation, a small boat in the foreground corner, a gazebo in the back yard. Next, a framed shot of the same but painted with multiple hues of green and brown, with a beautiful cloud filled sky and sum beams followed by a smaller duplicate. Another series of sheets involves what may have been painted sketches for transition shots between scenes including and upshot of a tree with moss hanging from its branches, a bayou with a small boat in the foreground with a duplicate, a pair of shot with mountains in the background, another of fallen trees in the woods with a Starfleet officer standing, unpainted in the middle of the shot, all of which are in color, painted and marker colored. Following all of that is a series of prop concepts for the making of Jake’s book, in the episode titled ‘Anslem’, but suggested to be ‘From Sail to Starship’ in the drawings. One sheet is a colored work print of the book with a jacket design showing the silhouette of a sailing ship in front of a large moon on the horizon which is actually the saucer section of a Star Trek: The Original Series era starship. Another pair is an original with work print additions of a food replicator and an entrée dish in high detail. Following this is four pieces depicting three differing options for styluses for use by Jake in the episode, one is an original, two duplicates, and one smaller copy. One sheet of its own depicts in thumbnail sketching a possible platform for the “USS Defiant” engineering platform in the episode, another, differing finished version with inking, and then a set of six sketches with two differing Interphasic Compensators. A seventh sheet is all thumbnails of compensators, then an original sketch with inking of the ‘hypersprays’ used by Jake to poison himself at the top of the episode, and finally, two sheets with bag concepts. Beyond all of that is the scan artwork in the lot, a painting of the bayou created to represent the artwork of Jake’s wife “Korena” (Galyn Gorg). The item features a taped on inscription to the reverse that explains it best: ‘From “The Visitor” Painted by Jake’s Wife in the future – her name is on the stern –New Orleans House), Marker rendering by John Eaves – scanned into Adobe Photoshop 3.0 on Macintosh by Jim Vanover adding watercolor effect – (info) onto disk + printed on canvas’. Item measures approx. 36 X 56 inches.

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IAW #7261

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EBAY#: 370037344048 START: 2008-03-28 19:31:00 (week 68)
END: 2008-04-04 19:31:00
BIDS: 15PRICE: $255.00confirmedsuccess
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STAR TREK VIII: FIRST CONTACT “ENTERPRISE-E SET SCHEMATICS”
A schematic for a set featured in the eighth Star Trek feature film, “First Contact”. This item is a schematic of the bridge on the “Enterprise-E” and features information like the set name, its scale, date and Production Designer. The item also is labeled “Star Trek Resurrection”, the working title for “First Contact”.

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Canon::NA | Contains::Interesting/Meaningful text | Contains::Schematic/diagram | Seen In/Used For::First Contact | Type::Other

IAW #7262

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EBAY#: 140219782806 START: 2008-03-28 19:33:00 (week 68)
END: 2008-04-04 19:33:00
BIDS: 5PRICE: $51.03confirmedsuccess
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STAR TREK: DS9 “SOUND STAGE SCHEMATICS”
A schematic for a stage plan to be used in multiple episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. This item is a schematic for the plan or an entire sound to be used in the filming of multiple episodes; it features a transparent appliqué on the surface and information such as the show it will be used with, the production designer, and the stage number.

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IAW #7263

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EBAY#: 370037344218 START: 2008-03-28 19:35:00 (week 68)
END: 2008-04-04 19:35:00
BIDS: 4PRICE: $103.05confirmedsuccess
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STAR TREK “VILLAGE SET SCHEMATIC”
A schematic and conceptual drawing for a “village” set similar to those seen throughout Star Trek episodic television. The schematic is a top-down view of a town square with surrounding buildings and the conceptual drawing is oriented so it seems like the viewer is walking into the village.

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IAW #7264

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EBAY#: 130210101307 START: 2008-03-28 19:37:00 (week 68)
END: 2008-04-04 19:37:00
BIDS: 12PRICE: $335.00assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: ENT “SULIBAN HELIX SHIP CONCEPT ART”
A piece of concept art that was ultimately not used in Star Trek: Enterprise. In “Broken Bow”, “Captain Archer” (Scott Bakula) found a Suliban helix station composed of hundreds of cell ships while searching for the Klingon “Klaang” (Tiny Lister); this piece of art is an original, full-color, concept drawing for a Suliban helix ship instead of a station and actually resembles the Krenim time ship from the Voyager two part episode “Year of Hell”. The item has individual Suliban cell ships attached to the bottom and features the signature of John Eaves, a date of 3/01, and the words ‘Star Trek: Enterprise #One, Helix Ship’.

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IAW #7266

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EBAY#: 140219782840 START: 2008-03-28 19:41:00 (week 68)
END: 2008-04-04 19:41:00
BIDS: 7PRICE: $202.50confirmedsuccess
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STAR TREK: “STARSHIP HULL EXTERIOR”
A piece of molded resin believed to be the exterior of a starship hull created for Star Trek episodic television. The item is off white and corrugated on one side with the numbers ’19-5720-2’ in the Starfleet font applied across the center of it, and an uneven resin cast on the opposite. The item feature screw holes and screw for mounting and measures approx. 17 X 14 X 0.25 inches with a slight warping of the corners.

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IAW #7571

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eBay Listing

EBAY#: 130221443913 START: 2008-05-09 18:54:00 (week 74)
END: 2008-05-16 18:54:00
BIDS: 9PRICE: $502.00assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: DS9 “USS DEFIANT REVISION PRODUCTION ARTWORK”
A piece of production art created to depict revisions to the “USS Defiant” model during Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The item is a poster-board sheet with a paper copy of the fore, dorsal, and a positioned view of said ship. The item also features a clear Mylar sheet with adhered paper accents depicting suggested technological improvements to the exterior of the craft. The improvements are labeled ‘Impulse Booster’, ‘Added Sensors’, and ‘Weapons Module’. The item is labeled ‘Defiant Revision, 11/24/94’ and signed ‘Martin’. The item measures approx. 14.5 X 16 inches.

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IAW #7603

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EBAY#: 140231810969 START: 2008-05-09 17:50:00 (week 74)
END: 2008-05-16 17:50:00
BIDS: 7PRICE: $613.00assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: ENT “PRECURSOR TO THE PRIME DIRECTIVE SCRIPT AND ART LOT” FROM “CIVILIZATION” AND “DEAR DOCTOR”
A lot of first season scripts and artwork whose episodes illustrate a need for what would become Starfleet’s “General Order One”, the Prime Directive. The first script is from the episode “Civilization”; wherein the “Enterprise NX-01” comes upon an Earth-like civilization in a much more primitive stage of development. In this episode, “T’Pol” suggests that Starfleet adopt Vulcan protocols that become the benchmark for the Prime Directive and “Captain Archer” (Scott Bakula), in true Enterprise captain style, becomes involved with a member of the alien species and reveals his true identity to her. Included are two original pieces of artwork of the attack craft belonging to the alien miners; both are full color images, signed and dated by John Eaves, feature the series name, episode name and number and are labeled “Alien Attack Vessel, Version #2”. The script itself bears the series and episode name, episode number, the writers, director, date and states that it is the final draft. A second page lists the sets used; the third lists the cast for the episode, and the next two pages feature a pronunciation guide for alien names and phrases used. The second script is from the landmark, in terms of the development of the Prime Directive, episode “Dear Doctor”; wherein “Dr. Phlox” (John Billingsley) is narrating a letter to a colleague and describing a situation with a race called the Valakians who are asking for warp technology to try and save their race from extinction by a genetic flaw that they assume is merely a plague. This episode has “Dr. Phlox” and “Captain Archer” at odds about essentially allowing a sentient race to become extinct because they have come to an “evolutionary dead end” and also includes the actual first mention of the term “Prime Directive”. The script itself has a cover sheet with the Enterprise logo, the name of the episode, the date and states it is the final draft. A second page lists the sets used; the third lists the cast for the episode, and the next two pages feature a pronunciation guide for alien names and phrases used.

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IAW #7604?

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eBay Listing

EBAY#: 370050552842 START: 2008-05-09 17:48:00 (week 74)
END: 2008-05-16 17:48:00
BIDS: 32PRICE: $850.00assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: DS9 “DABO CHIPS FROM QUARKS WITH CONCEPT ARTWORK'”
A lot of four gambling tokens used to play ‘Dabo’ at “Quark's” (Armin Shimerman) bar in various episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and a sheet of paper concept artwork. The chips are made from red, green, yellow, and blue acrylic, each chip comes with a metallic silver inset etched with Quark’s smiling face, inscribed in English ‘Quark’s’ with etched Ferengi lettering. Each measures approx. 1.5 X 1.75 inches. The concept artwork is a photocopy of original artwork depicting several variations on new designs and is dated ‘John Eaves 10/97’.

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IAW #7614

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eBay Listing

EBAY#: 140231810878 START: 2008-05-09 17:28:00 (week 74)
END: 2008-05-16 17:28:00
BIDS: 16PRICE: $565.55assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: VOY “SCHEMATICS LOT” STAR TREK: VOY “SCHEMATICS LOT”
A lot of schematic drawings of sets featured in various episodes of Star Trek: Voyager. These schematics include a Hirogen Ship from “Hunters”, the temporal chamber of the Krenim time ship from the two part “Year of Hell”, a “Voyager” corridor from “Deadlock”, and two schematics of Sickbay and engineering from the episode featuring Aron Eisenberg from DS9, “Initiations”. The items feature such information as the show name, stage, and production number, original date, set name, production and set designer on a panel in the lower right hand corner.

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IAW #7615

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eBay Listing

EBAY#: 370050552759 START: 2008-05-09 17:26:00 (week 74)
END: 2008-05-16 17:26:00
BIDS: 13PRICE: $565.55assumedsuccess
STAR TREK: VOY “VOYAGER BRIDGE SCHEMATIC LOT” FROM “CARETAKER”
A lot of schematics for sets featured in the pilot episode of Star Trek: Voyager, “Caretaker”. This lot consists of five schematics for various parts of the interior of the Voyager bridge such as ceiling details, consoles, Tactical and Ops workstations. The items feature such information as the show name, stage, and production number, original date, set name, production and set designer on a panel in the lower right hand corner.

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Goldberg sale #43, lot #657

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SALE: The Manuscripts & Collectibles Sale #43
Goldberg item number: 121490
EBAY LIVE#: 320165979196
ESTIMATE: $75 - $125
PRICE: $38 ($46 with premium)
Deep Space Nine Casio Alarm-Chrono
The black Casio work-out piece has "DS9 Year 2" above the face. The holder says "Season's Greetings From Star Trek Deep Space Nine" and is signed both in black pen and blue marker by make-up artist Michael Westmore. This was a Christmas crew gift to Mr. Westmore. Fine condition. Personal property of Michael Westmore.

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Goldberg sale #43, lot #658

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SALE: The Manuscripts & Collectibles Sale #43
Goldberg item number: 121487
EBAY LIVE#: 320165979204
ESTIMATE: $100 - $150
PRICE: $85 ($102 with premium)
Enterprise NX-01 Ornament With Display Base
The battery-operated Enterprise ornament is made of pewter and measures 5½" x 3 1/8". With brown plastic base; batteries are present. When a button on the base is pressed, the Captain Jonathan Archer speaks. Made in 2002 by Hallmark for Paramount. Fine. Personal property of Michael Westmore.

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Goldberg sale #43, lot #659

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SALE: The Manuscripts & Collectibles Sale #43
Goldberg item number: 121482
EBAY LIVE#: 320165979212
ESTIMATE: $100 - $150
PRICE: $140 ($168 with premium)
Ferengi Kit Signed by Michael Westmore & Star Trek Tote Bag
Ferengi Character Headpiece & Make-Up Kit signed by make-up artist Michael Westmore in black ink above the printed signature on the box. The Ferengi were a species on the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which aired from 1993-1999. The Ferengi home planet was Ferenginar. Also, a black vinyl tote or week-end bag with shoulder strap, 9½" x 17" x 11", with gold and silver Star Trek logo and "STAR TREK The Next Generation" in gold lettering. Personal property of Michael Westmore.

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Goldberg sale #43, lot #661

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SALE: The Manuscripts & Collectibles Sale #43
Goldberg item number: 121491
EBAY LIVE#: 320165979231
ESTIMATE: $125 - $175
PRICE: $63 ($76 with premium)
Medallion From "Star Trek 30: One Weekend On Earth"
2 7/8" diameter medallion made by Paramount Pictures commemorating the 30th anniversary of Star Trek. On one side is the starship Enterprise. On the other side is "Star Trek / One Weekend on Earth / 30 /1996" followed by a calender, with the weekend of Sept. 7 and 8 circled, followed by a small starship. The celebration took place at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The event was attended by all the casts and crews. It would be the last time all eight original series cast members would be on stage together and the last time Star Trek's licensing arm mounted its own convention. Personal property of Michael Westmore.

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Goldberg sale #43, lot #662

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SALE: The Manuscripts & Collectibles Sale #43
Goldberg item number: 121517
EBAY LIVE#: 320165979238
ESTIMATE: $15000 - $20000
PRICE: $14500 ($17400 with premium)
Michael Westmore's 1982 Rolls Royce
A 1982 Rolls Royce Silver Spur owned and driven by Mr. Westmore to numerous Emmy and Oscar events, Hollywood parties, and fundraisers in the past eight years. This beautiful automobile has a champagne body with a black landau top and has a total mileage of 69,000. All of the original parts and accessories are intact right down to the Avon white wall tires. The car is in perfect running order and service records are available, including the original service manual. The auto is not in our Beverly Hills offices; it is in Los Angeles and can viewed by appointment only. Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping from Mr. Westmore's residence. Personal property of Michael Westmore.

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