Restoration of the U.S.S. Enterprise's Galileo shuttlecraft

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  1. UGrathe80 says:

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    After it was moved to New Jersey to a boat restorer’s shop after the
    auction, it was almost damaged further — Hurricane Sandy put 2 feet of
    water into that building, but the shuttlecraft was on a trailer and so
    above the waterline.

  2. efxmatt says:

    Gene Winfield is such a bad ass, a true American treasure that still gets out there and does it every day. Eighty six years old and he still travels around building/painting cars, still races his own cars at Bonneville and El Mirage at over 200MPH, and still teaches metal working classes at his shop in Mojave to pass on everything he’s learned over the years. A real legend and all around class act…

  3. pjcamp says:

    Ok, I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say this shape was inspired by a WW II troop landing ship. Except how do they see where they’re going? Viewscreens are great but what do you do when the power fails?

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