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Old November 5 2013, 03:03 AM   #76
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Re: U.S.S. Curry and other ships from DS9

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^^ Nice pictures, have never seen those before. While the warp nacelles of USS Jupp are rather close together, two are still better than just one, IMHO.
I actually really like the Freedom class (and FJ's Saladin/Hermes class). The one nacelle design is just cool to me. I also really like the Niagara class. I like how they have interesting nacelle configurations, and I would have loved to see them actually in one of the shows/movies in a complete way, and not just as wrecks/a display screen.
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Old January 4 2014, 01:50 AM   #77
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Hey Dukhat, can you pester Dan Curry for some better pics of the Raging Queen specifically how the two hulls connect and what it looks like from underneath.
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Old January 4 2014, 02:07 AM   #78
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Hey Dukhat, can you pester Dan Curry for some better pics of the Raging Queen specifically how the two hulls connect and what it looks like from underneath.
Sorry, no. I did that already not long after he sent me the pics, as I'm building a replica of it and also wanted to know how the two hulls connected. However, he never replied back to me after repeated emails, and he's not the best at quick responses (it took me literally years to get these pics from him). He was nice enough to send what he sent, and I don't want to pester him again, as he's a busy man and doesn't really have the time to answer a lot of fan emails (which I completely understand).

However, there is a photo of the Curry model taken for the Star Trek Magazine that shows the side of the ship, although the pic is quite small. But it does show that the Excelsior neck is what connects the two hulls...it's just placed directly under the saucer.
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