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    "Captain Nemo's" Car screen-used in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.   (Universal, 2003) This is the hero miniature car used for all of the radio-controlled car driving sequences through the city of Venice Italy as the buildings begin to sink and collapse into their foundations. Driven by "Tom Sawyer" (Shawn West) with Sean Connery portraying "Allan Quatermain" riding shotgun. This model is a perfectly scaled version of the full-sized picture vehicle used in the principal photography. Fabricated from a hand-machined aluminum chassis with working suspension with the body cast from fiberglass and epoxy. Features a fully detailed interior and instrument panel and completed with cast urethane heavily ornate sculptural body details and crackle finish body paint. Includes birch and aluminum mounting plaque that could be used as the base or mounted to a wall. This incredible example of Hollywood's finest model-making measures 4 ft. 6 in. x 2 ft. x 1 ft. Special shipping arrangements will apply.

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    December, 2012
    15th Saturday
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