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Star Trek Enterprise NX-Alpha / NX-Beta Warp Ship 1/144 Scale Model Kit



$109.99


Star Trek Enterprise NX-Alpha / NX-Beta Warp Ship 1/144 Scale Model Kit:

About the Design:    
Featured in the "Star Trek: Enterprise" flashback-heavy episode "First Flight" (May 14, 2003), the NX-Beta was the prototype warp ship flown by Jonathan Archer prior to his assuming command of the NX-01 "Enterprise." 

Based heavily on the design of Zephram Cochrane's "Phoenix" from 1996's "Star Trek: First Contact," the NX-Beta -- like its doomed predecessor, the NX-Alpha -- was not missile-launched, but took off via a Fireball XL-5-style rocket-powered sled. Warp nacelles were fitted and ends of the ship's two foldable wings.

About the Model:
Scale: 1:144
Number of Pieces: 30
Pattern: Alfred Wong
Casting: Millennium Models International (MMI)
Decals: JBOT
Original Box Art by Brad Fraunfelter
Foldable Wings!
Two Launch Sleds included!

NOTE TO PURCHASER: This is a Resin Model Kit and requires model building and painting skills. Many parts may require prep, sanding, fitting and some scratch building. Some models do not come with printed box or instructions and are intended for experienced modelers. Our amazing staff of professional model builders can build and paint this kit for you. Please use the BUILD UP SERVICES link at the top of the page to contact us for more information or a price quote.


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  • Catalog#: 18SFP37
  • Theme(s): Star Trek, Gene Rodenberry





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