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Long-lost first USS Enterprise model is returned to 'Star Trek' creator Gene Roddenberry's son

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By JAMIE STENGLE

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Awesome! From back when there was respectful creativity in TV/movie land. Hardly any more recently.

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Is it my imagination or are the nacelles at an odd angle? Shouldn;t they be parallel to each other?

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OssanAmericaApr. 20 08:03 pm JST

Is it my imagination or are the nacelles at an odd angle? Shouldn;t they be parallel to each other?

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They are.

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“This is not going home to adorn my shelves," Roddenberry said. “This is going to get restored and we’re working on ways to get it out so the public can see it and my hope is that it will land in a museum somewhere.”

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They are out of alignment and the paint is covered in dust and needs cleaning and touched up.

It has been on a 35 year journey to places unknown, but finialy on it's way to a space dock for repair and onto a place where fans will be able to go and see it..

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