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December 6, 2008

MajorLeagueModels.com — It's not what you think


You've come to the wrong place, buster, if you think I'm going there.

From the website:

    Major League Models

    Major League Models creates the world's finest "made-to-order" replicas of your favorite ballparks. Our incredible scale sizes yield museum grade showpieces that consistently turn heads and bring favorite memories to the foreground.


Up top, designer Steve Wolf with his Fenway Park.

How much?



Obviously, size matters.

Plan on $15,000 to $25,000 for B) above.

His 49-square-foot model of Yankee Stadium as it was in 1961 (the year Roger Maris hit 61 homers and the Yankees beat the Cincinnati Reds in five games to win the World Series), featuring 64,000 individual seats, working lights, American flags, a Longines clock and myriad other period details, runs $100,000.

You could look it up.

[via Keith Olbermann]

December 6, 2008 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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