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    SEATTLE KINGDOME BROWN PLASTIC RISER SEAT. Open for business in 1976, the Kingdome was home to the Seattle Mariners and football's Seahawks. It was designed as a multi-purpose venue and could house any NFL team as well as the Rolling Stones and it was  supposedly built to last. However, a section of roof and roof tiles collapsed in the 1990's, proving that the old gray dome ain't what she used to be. Host to some memorable baseball moments. Among them a Randy Johnson no-hitter and the first time a father and son had taken the field together, as did Ken Griffey and Ken Griffey Jr. It was also nicknamed "The Tomb" by visiting sportswriters because it is gray and quiet. That moniker more than applies since the Kingdome was demolished in 2000. It is seat #7 and is constructed of brown plastic and aluminum. All parts are 100% original and the paint job is unrestored. The seat bottom is fully functional and overall condition is VG. Both feet/pods are completely intact. Please note: Additional shipping cost may apply.

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    July, 2004
    29th Thursday
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