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Space 1999 Collection Eagle One Transporter Replica with Collector's Magazine OOP

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Space 1999 Collection Eagle One Transporter Replica with Collector's Magazine:

A cult classic of 70s sci-fi, the TV series Space: 1999 followed the spacefaring adventures of Moonbase Alpha, whose 311 personnel were left stranded when a massive nuclear explosion sent the Moon itself hurtling into deep space.

Designed by Academy Award-winning SFX director Brian Johnson (Alien, Star Wars, 2001: A Space Odyssey), the Eagle One is the iconic hero ship of Space 1999, and the primary transport for the crew of Moonbase Alpha. This modular vessel had many alternative configurations.

Powered by 4 fusion rockets, the Eagle One could reach speeds of 23,700 miles per second, and fly for up to 48 hours.

Product Features

  • 9.84 inches (25cm)
  • Made of die-cast and plastic
  • From the Space: 1999 TV series
  • Hand painted

Box Contents

  • Eagle One model
  • Magazine

If you're familiar with Space:1999 and couldn't wait for the next exciting episode of that popular sci-fi program that ran from 1975 to 1977, you're gonna want one of these in your collection.

It's the Eagle command module! Don't miss your chance to own this super-detailed Space 1999 Collection Eagle One Transporter with Collector Magazine!

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