Oct 292010
 

Star Trek: U.S.S. Enterprise: Haynes Manual

Nerdtastic!

 Posted by at 8:28 pm
  • kbob42

    Do you get a cut for Amazon sales that link from your site? Of so, I will order this asap. If not then Schlock Mercenary can use a few dimes.

  • admin

    Not a nickle. I suppose that’s something I aught to look into.

  • kbob42

    Well, heck yeah. Anything to help feed the cats.

  • Jim

    They have one for Apollo lander, too.

    Jim

  • jstar

    About time, too. I was getting really tired of having to having to have it in the shop for something I KNEW I could fix myself, if only I had the manual.

    If I could only find a discount place, or ev3n a pick-n-pull, for parts, I’d be one happy Trekker.

  • Michael Holt

    Good start. Now all we need is a manual for Serenity and the TARDIS. I admit I’d kinda like to have one for the D-558-2. But then there’s the Galileo and the von Braun 3-stage ferry …

  • Pat Flannery

    I still want the Avro Vulcan one; and so does SPECTER:
    http://www.qbookshop.com/products/192429/9781844258314/Avro-Vulcan-Manual.html
    That TARDIS one would be tricky, as even the Doc doesn’t fully understand how to work it reliably, despite having spent several lifetimes operating that damn cranky thing.
    This is _so_ cool:
    http://www.monstersinmotion.com/cart/sci-fi-as-in-science-fiction-item-list-a-e-c-9_185/dr-who-13-inch-rc-dalek-doctor-who-p-15833
    “Pur-chase! PUR-CHASE!” 😀

    Pat

  • Jeff Wright

    The fold bisects the images. The format used for STARFGLEET PROTOTYPES and SHIPS OF THE LINE would have been better.

    I bought the book all the same. The haters will just hobble any future, better attempts at Tech Manuals.