Star Trek Original Series Enterprise Cutaway Model


Star Trek Original Series Enterprise Cutaway Model:


Order one for $139.99!

If you're a true-blue Trekkie, you've been waiting for this!
At last, a cutaway model of the USS Enterprise!
Transparent pieces reveal the detailed machinery, living quarters, and more inside.
Measures 18-inches long and comes with a metal display base.
Fans of the original series of Star Trek are going to love this!

A Diamond Select Release! Have you ever looked at the iconic silhouette of the USS Enterprise and wondered what's inside? Wonder no more with this astonishing Star Trek The Original Series Enterprise Cutaway Model designed by Dragon Models! Created by the team behind Dragon's Project Cutaway line, this high-quality plastic, fully painted model of Star Trek's original USS Enterprise features transparent pieces that reveal the detailed machinery, living quarters, and more within. The ship measures 18-inches long and comes with a metal display base.

Size: 18-inches long



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