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    "Tank's" Nebuchadnezzar chair parts created for The Matrix. "Tank's" Nebuchadnezzar chair parts created for The Matrix. (Warner Bros., 1999) The Nebuchadnezzar, nicknamed the "Neb," is the main hovercraft used by "Neo", "Morpheus" and "Trinity" in The Matrix.  The character "Tank" was the operator of the craft and these parts were created for his chair. Lot includes (1) 18 x 18 in. padded rubber seat cushion back. (1) 19 x 18 in. padded rubber seat cushion bottom (2) 10 x 12 in. padded rubber headrrests with steel bracket for attachment (1) extra neck strap (2) 14 x 6 in. padded rubber upper-arm rests (both right sides) (2) 9 x 6 in. padded rubber elbow rests (2) 15 x 18 in. beaded back rests and (5) scraps of blue sheepskin covers measuring between 8 x 5 in. and 29 x 23 in.  In studio-distressed condition to match the gritty interior of the ship.  Lot is accompanied with an original Warner Bros. Studios Certificate of Authenticity.

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    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
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