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Old 01-12-2010, 01:00 PM
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Default High Rez pics of the Enterprise A, B, and D filming models

I stumbled on this page looking for detail pics of the filming models. This site would be great if your into model making. Great pics for reference.

http://www.mutara.net/Christies/EnterpriseA.html

Scroll to the bottom for the other models.
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Wow!!!
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whose the lucky sob that owns these models?
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Yay for the Enterprise-B!
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Quality, would be so ace to have one hanging off the living room ceiling... after reinforcing the ceiling and making the room several metres higher.
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Its a shame Paramount didn't do such a good job taking care of these models.
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Maga,

There's a story, i believe included as an extra on one of the TNG films or TNG seasons, don't remember which, that shortly after TNG wrapped, the Enterprise-D disappeared. It was discovered sometime later to be hanging on the ceiling of a Bar and Grill somewhere, whereupon someone stumbled upon it, contacted Paramount, which bought it back. That's probably why its so damaged. Or perhaps it was damaged while making Generations. But i remember hearing that a replica was created for that final scene where the Enterprise-D plows into the ground.
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It was slammed into a mirror, quite cool
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Yay for the Enterprise-B!
Agreed! The Ent-B has always been one of my favorites. I think it's much better executed as compared to the too-simple Excelsior design.
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