1701-d and Klingon Battle Cruiser ???

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Tirta, May 18, 2005.

  1. Tirta

    Tirta Member

  2. rickstef

    rickstef Guest

    They SUCK

    sorry, but as a Star Trek fan, I am disappointed in this whole line of models.

    they are die-cut, but the cut lines are poor, they don't line up correctly with the parts they are to cut out.

    it is a tab and slot and glue model, its ok for a first time model.
    but if you have some models under your belt it might be a bit simplistic, there are are other models out there which are much better.

    According to Amazon.com
    Simon & Shuster is the publisher

    and if you are on a TOS trip, then check out these


    GEEDUBBYA Active Member

    Howdy Tirta,

    I have seen the new enterprise (NCC-1701-D) model assembled somewhere, and I think it was a freebie. It looked really nice to me. I will look for it for you and post it here when I find it. I havent seen the klingon model (i dont think atleast, if its a new one), but, until I can find the new enterprise for you, you might go look at this:


    the very last pic on that page is the old enterprise and the download to build it for free.
    About 1/2 way down the page is a klingon scout ship, also a freebie.maybe these will do until i can re-find the new one.
    For a model of the USS Stargazer, Capt. Piccards old ship from the series STNG, go to this link http://mitglied.lycos.de/kohlen_saenger/ and click star wars and star trek models on the right, then click them again on the next page, the third page is where you can download the stargazer.
    Now, if thats not enough....there are phasers from star trek located on this link: http://www.albionrising.com/models_2.htm there is also a hako style enterprise d there, but its abit "toyish" in appearence.
    How about two shuttles, a romulan scout ship and the "botany bay" from the movie "the wrath of khan"? you can find them here: http://wwwipd.ira.uka.de/~haensgen/trek/stmodels.html all free!
    And so you can search while I search for you, check out the links to many star trek models found on this site: http://www.geocities.com/andertonbargo/Magellan/scitrek_e.html There is even an Enterprise "E" there (or link to it).
    I hope this is enough information to keep ya busy until I can come across the D model again and get it posted for you.

    Have a good day,

  4. Tirta

    Tirta Member


    Thanks for letting me know, no wonder why they do not put picture of the finished model on the cover.


    Thank you for your links, but I have already have all the models you mentioned.

    Best regards,


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