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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
- Includes optional parts and registry decals to create the U.S.S. Yamaguchi
- Includes battle damage decals based on original filming model
- Sturdy dome base with metal support rod
- Molded in light blue and clear
This U.S.S. Enterprise™ NCC-1701-C made only appeared in one episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. For only one sighting, it left quite an impression. AMT brings back the fan-favorite ship for another visit as a plastic model kit. It includes a dome display stand, optional parts to create the U.S.S. Yamaguchi and battle damage decals based on the original filming model. The U.S.S. Enterprise™ NCC-1701-C vanished once before. Don’t miss out this time.
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The kit for the most part, matches the lines and the broad detail seen on the shooting model for the class from the ST:TNG series in its (what, three?) appearances. Given the others before me who have written their own dissertations regarding the discrepancies between the kit and the filming version, I wont go into that again here. What you get form the box (at least the iteration that I have) comes with:
**two sprues of clear parts, bagged separately and with a bit of foam in an effort to reduce abrasion in shipping
**a bagged sheet of water-slide decals with name and hull numbers for Enterprise C and Yamaguchi, and half the sheet is "battle damage" artwork in an effort to depict the vessel seen in "Yesterday's Enterprise"
**two more bags of hull and engine parts, in a color that I like to think of as "Communist Institutional Light Blue (Despair)"
**a bag containing a black plastic partial hemisphere for a display base and steel rod to support the model
**assembly instructions with a paint guide (generic color callouts, and Testors Model Master paints by name & part number), and assorted marketing material from the manufacturer
This is not a complicated kit. It would likely be an excellent first "glue necessary" kit for the neophyte modeler.Read more ›
The only warning I can give you id the model requires extensive masking and will drive you nuts as you go along. Although the effort will be quite rewarding if you do it well.
Also the colours recommended aren't 100% to the build and will require some tweeking to get them correct.
Lastly, if you intend on lighting it up, the windows are tiny, and I quickly decided that I lack the skills to cut them out neatly.I wouldn't recommend lighting the primary hull, but the deflector dish and boosters can light up nicely if you wanted..
These are early stage photos, and I have minor touch ups to do still
Hope this is useful.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect gift for a lover of Star Trek. All pieces are included and can't wait to get started.Published 1 month ago by Sentrisity
This is the first model I've ever built. My only complain is that one tiny part was missing. Other than that, it was fine.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought this model at Walmart. I have never done modeling before. I didn't realize that it needed to be painted before hand. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tiffany Hemond
Box and all were in excellent shape, looking forward to adding this to my displayPublished on July 11, 2014 by Michael Gert
its very nice just wish i could fine a bigger one but this will be good for my collection yeahPublished on April 3, 2014 by Ron mays