7′ Model Boat Ship Hull from MIT Museum Nuclear Aircraft Carrier USS Enterprise
It is made of mostly fiberglass and wood. It measures approximately 85″ Length x 6″ Height. It was earmarked to be discarded years ago from the Hart Nautical Collection at the MIT Museum in Cambridge Ma. It was rescued by a contractor and stored in the rafters of his garage ever since. The Museum highlights ships and hulls from some of the most famous engineers and this hull is no doubt one of them. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have. UPDATE: I was informed by a hobbyist that this is definitely an aircraft carrier and is likely the U. It was used in many films like Top Gun and the Starship Enterprise was named after her. From the Smithsonian Museum: In 1982, the Museum acquired this 11-foot model of the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise. Save yourself 6,000 hours and just finish this one! Nothing more, nothing less. I can answer any questions you may have or provide more pictures upon request. Unless noted, ALL accesories featured in the pictures are included. Please review all of the pictures and ask any questions you may have. Unless items are heavily soiled and absolutely require cleaning, they are left in the state that they were found so items may have dust or may require cleaning. Please view my other items for more great deals like this one! See my other listings. For more great items! Txzj pxzj3531 txzj-11 txzj39 txzj74 txzj115. The item “7′ Model Boat Ship Hull from MIT Museum Nuclear Aircraft Carrier USS Enterprise” is in sale since Saturday, April 07, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Models”. The seller is “yesterdaysestate” and is located in Gardner, Massachusetts. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.