Star Trek Hot Wheels Klingon Bird Of Prey Scale Vehicle

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Star Trek Hot Wheels Klingon Bird of Prey Scale Vehicle Description:

Own the Klingon Bird of Prey warship!
One of the most recognizable Star Trek vehicles.
First introduced in Star Trek III: The Search For Spock.

Add a little cloaking to your collection! Add a little cloaking to your collection! The Bird of Prey is one of the most common Klingon ships seen in the Star Trek franchise. First introduced in Star Trek III: The Search For Spock, the Bird of Prey was featured in several of the films and series. In early drafts of the script, the Bird of Prey was to be a Romulan vessel. Although this idea was later dropped, the Bird of Prey maintained its cloaking device as a plot point in the film and the Romulan bird feather patterns on its wings were kept. This ship measures approximately 4-inches long with a 5-inch wingspan. Bring home the Klingon Bird of Prey vehicle today!


The Klingon Bird-of-Prey was a type of warship utilized by the Klingon Empire serving the Klingon Defense Forces from the late 23rd century into the late 24th century.

This type of craft, initially descended from its counterpart from a century earlier, was one of the most versatile warships employed by the Empire, serving a variety of mission roles, including that of a scout, raider, patrol ship, and cruiser.

The Klingons applied several class designations to the different types of their Bird-of-Prey design, including the K'vort-class, B'rel-class and D12-class.

The D12-class was retired from service by the 2350s due to faulty plasma coils, which were components of the cloaking systems. (Star Trek Generations) In fact, according to Gorta, finding one of these vessels with a working cloaking device was rather unique in 2370. (TNG: "Firstborn")

By the 2360s, it was not uncommon to find a B'rel-class Bird-of-Prey stripped and relegated to a surplus yard. Ferengi DaiMon Lurin acquired two of these vessels, complete with cloaking devices, and managed to make them space worthy once again, after a few repairs and the addition of some weapons. (TNG: "Rascals")

In an alternate timeline, the K'Vort-class was referred to as a battle cruiser, and was larger than its "prime universe" counterpart. While slower than the Galaxy-class battleships of the era, in a three-to-one confrontation, a Galaxy-class was not able to last long. (TNG: "Yesterday's Enterprise")

This class was known to be equipped with several escape pods, and in use well into the 2370s. (DS9: "Penumbra")

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