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That’s great news – a local person fronting the money for a mortgage. Surely that’s a relief for the team.
That is really Awesome…
We are all very excited that the building is no longer a rental for James. It also give all us builders a great relief knowing that all are hard work is secure for all the fans to enjoy for many years to come!
…so long as the mortgage gets paid! Seriously, it’s good news.
No worries about that Dave.
Very exciting! Congratulations!
@JamesCawley, did you ever put together the TNG display takes about? I’d love to see pics of that.
Great news. Congratulations James.
That is fantastic! Congrats to everyone! It really secures things!!!
Fantastic news! Congrats!
The front forward section of the Secondary hull or Main sensor assembly has been completed for our rebuild of the Original Series Enterprise 11 foot miniature!
Here’s a shot of it that I took. Very proud to be part of the construction of this replica!
This looks so sweet! Hard to believe we will be able to see this model up close once completed!!
Wow, that will be one hell of a model!
James, did you ever set up a TNG prop display like you had suggested. I’d love to see what you did with the isolinear chips I sent you.
Sadly, I have not yet had time to do a proper one. This has been one heck of a crazy year for me.
That looks amazing! Can’t wait to see your progress!
To what degree would you include items from other series/movies? Just a taste to compare with their TOS counterparts, or would you ever do a display that was fairly large?
I didn’t know someone else had done this. Anyone hear about this?
Uggh. Giant windows. Grid lines. Mammoth deflector (which is explained in the video.) Still, who knew that someone else had built a very large model? The shuttle bay is kind of cool…
Totally inaccurate. We are working with the folks who did the restoration for Smithsonian. and we will be dead on perfect.