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    Space Ace Scooter Prop (Don Bluth, 1984). "Dexter, the invanta ray is about to be fired at Earth!" "Where's the ray located?" "In the center of the complex." "Can you get us in there?" This is Dexter and Kimberly's dialogue while riding on the scooter. Here is the actual hand-made model of the Scooter seen in this ground-breaking video game, designed by Don Bluth. Made with light balsa-type wood, with real rubber wheels. Measurements are 22" x 13" x 15". Slight turning in handlebars. Painted white; some pin-striping is falling off. This extremely rare model is hand-signed by both Don Bluth and Gary Goldman. One of the rarest pieces we have come across. Good condition.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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