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Old November 11 2012, 12:40 AM   #1
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For 10.000$ this 1701-D studio model replica is yours! ;)

So, if you have some money to spare and want to give yourself a gift for christmas... ;o)

http://store.qmxonline.com/Star-Trek...ica_p_181.html

QMx is pleased to offer this Galaxy-class starship built to the exact specifications and dimensions of the studio miniature that was used to film many of TNG's scenes. Our screen-accurate Artisan replica is 1:850 scale and measures 29.5 inches long x 22 inches wide x 6 inches high (11 inches high when mounted on the base). Custom-built electronics in the QMx Enterprise D control a complex lighting system that boasts more than 100 LEDs, including photon torpedoes and phaser arrays with sound effects.
Video of the model:
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Old November 11 2012, 01:52 AM   #2
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Re: For 10.000$ this 1701-D studio model replica is yours! ;)

My Hot Wheels Enterprise-D that I paid seven dollars for will suffice.
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Old November 11 2012, 02:50 AM   #3
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Re: For 10.000$ this 1701-D studio model replica is yours! ;)

It's cool but definitely looks a little different.
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Old November 11 2012, 03:27 AM   #4
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Ten grand huh? So it should be 1/7th as good as the original filming miniature.
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