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Check out this site: entertainmentearth.com
They have this awesome chair:
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I MUST HAVE THIS CHAIR!!!!!
Check out the specs:


* A life-size throne fit for a captain!
* Throw away that Lay-Z-Boy.
* It's the ultimate prize from the Enterprise.
* Boldly go where no fan has gone before!

With the sci-fi status and geek grandeur of Captain Kirk's command chair in your collection, you can boldly go where no fan has gone before! This full-size recreation of the U.S.S. Enterprise's captain's chair is designed from detailed drawings supplied by Paramount Studios and is approved by Paramount. It delivers all the accents and details from the historic prop, along with modern lighting, sound effects, and phrases designed to thrill any Star Trek enthusiast!

The unbelievable chair measures 41-inches tall x 42-inches wide x 39-inches deep. It weighs about 215 pounds! The working swivel seat with wooden handles, leather seat cover, and armrest controls make this the perfect addition to any collection, display, home theater, or museum! The chair, seat of the chair and arms of the chair are made of wood, the seat is covered in leather. There is an iron base the chair is mounted on for rigidity. Limited edition of 1,701 pieces worldwide.

Left-hand arm controls include:
Shuttle operation controls
Activation of viewscreen
Hailing frequencies

Right-hand controls include:
Red alert
Yellow alert
Jettison pod
Micro tape player
Intercom controls


OH YEAH!!!!!! It Must Be Mine!!!!!!

Jimmy

Tags: Kirk, TOS, chair, command, enterprise

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Yeah...it's $2600!!! I'll make my own for that price! I have the side boxes already made (not painted yet or buttons on), but with any luck it won't cost a third of that price to build!
I want one too, but I'm not rich. If I were, I'd have my own bridge!
LOL! What a riot! :-D
YEAH!! I WANT THAT! DAMN! LOL :)

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