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The Enterprise is firing all thrusters and turning deflector screens to maximum - but this serpentine monster isn't letting go. This weird sculpture by Rafael Burgos is up for auction, along with tons of Star Trek props and costumes.

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Burgos says he "decided to approach the model by creating a dramatic scene that allows the viewer to imagine the end of the story." This is just one of the tweaked-out Enterprise models that's up for auction at Juliens Auctions on June 27. Also up for auction for charity - some props from the most recent Trek movie, some memorabilia from Gene Roddenberry, and William Shatner's souped-up Harley Davidson motorcycle. (And Shatner will be there in person.) It also looks like you'll be able to bid online.

Here are some more of our favorite images - check out the rest over at the Juliens site.

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Here's another awesome look at Burgos' Enterprise model.

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What if Captain Kirk decided to pimp out the Enterprise using some bitchin airbrushing and spray paint? You'd get something like this awesome model by Olka Osadzinska.

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Another look at Olka Osadzinska's model.

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The Federation may have eliminated capitalism, but the Enterprise still runs on cash money, in Jeremy Kaplan's version.

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What if the Enterprise decided to park in an atmosphere and try to build a natural environment on its hull? It could totally happen. This one is by David Rager.

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A pop art take on the Enterprise by Turbokrapfen.

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A cool model featuring the crew and some monsters, by Amanda Visell.

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A Romulan pistol, from the recent film.

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Romulan rifle from the recent film.

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Klingon rifle, from the latest film

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Another look at that Klingon rifle.

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A phaser from the U.S.S. Kelvin.

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Insignia badges from the U.S.S. Enterprise.

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