Pushing the Bounds of Sanity

It cost Anthony Sforza $500,000 to replicate the USS Enterprise.

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Inside a Basement Transformed Into the USS Enterprise
Anthony Sforza with his wife, Annette, and their children, Michael and Daniel, sit in a replica of Star Trek's USS Enterprise at their home in Long Island, N.Y. It took almost three years to transform the basement into the ship and it cost Sforza $500,000 for the project, he told Barcroft TV.  "Fortunately, I was able to purchase a piece of the original set, which I pulled apart to find out the exact paint and materials that were used," Sforza told Barcroft. 
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