Want your very own Tribble from the original Star Trek series? Well you're in luck, thanks to a $5,000 eBay auction behind held by the son of Scotty (James Doohan).
This rare, large, walking Tribble is one of only 6 ever made and was used on the 1967 original Star Trek episode, "The Trouble with Tribbles" . Not only is this Tribble in great condition after 42 years, it actually works/walks. One of these Tribbles is on display at the Science Fiction Museum in Seattle and is owned by Paul Allen.
Nice. Alternatively, vacuum the carpet and then glue your sweepings to a Styrofoam ball. BOOM, Tribbles on the cheap. Join me next week when I explain how to make a Klingon out of a cadaver and model railroad mountain.
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Your very own authentic Tribble, no trouble at all on eBay [dvice]
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