Buy Your Own Tardis. You Won't Be Able to Timetravel but It's Still a Tardis!

I really must be desperate right at the moment because chances that within the next 90 seconds you bunch are going to exterminate me are highly likely. Fact is that I am going to agree with Stephen Fry. I know this doesn’t happen often but last week the man bag carrying ‘geek’ was bang on when criticised the national religion institute The Beeb for their religion Sci-fi series Doctor Who.

The only drama the BBC will boast about are Merlin and Doctor Who which are fine, but they’re children’s programmes.

Here at FG HQ we love to ignore the Doctor (hey stop digging my iPlayer logs!) just because although the Dr. is cool, it’s not the same as toasters and although Brits might think that Amy Pond the best thing since Marmite is, we disagree and still drool over Caprica Six.

But today the Dr. deserves some attention here at FG. If you have around £15,000 in your Paypal, now after our coverage you’ll probably need around £20,000, it might be your 15 minutes of fame even. That is if you buy your own original Tardis.

Doctor Who: Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor,
A complete Tardis prop, circa 2005,
of painted rasped wood panel and glass construction, the base having painted parquet effect floor, panels fastening using bracket and bolt, having a pair of hinged doors, on with Yale® lock, with windows to doors and signage to front, top section of Tardis with removable ‘Police Box’ signs, interior of Tardis roof with a number of miniature lights, and further interior lighting, the roof with removable lamp to top, height approximately 10ft

Note that you will need a very high ceiling!

And some spare change. Go bidding at Bonhams. Send us your pics of the Tardis in your basement, bokay?

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Franky Branckaute

Franky has been member of Splashpress Media since before the creation of Splashpress. Today he is not only writer, editor, muppet on duty but also CEO of Splashpress Media. In his free time he loves to write for this site, sadly finding available time is a much more difficult task.

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