U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B Star Trek Model
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B is an Excelsior-class vessel was launched from Federation spacedock NAR-30974 in 2293. It is also the third Federation ship to bear the name Enterprise. The Enterprise-B was 467 meters long – more than 150 meters lo
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The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B is an Excelsior-class vessel was launched from Federation spacedock NAR-30974 in 2293. It is also the third Federation ship to bear the name Enterprise. The Enterprise-B was 467 meters long – more than 150 meters longer than its predecessor, the Constitution-class U.S.S.Enterprise NCC-1701-A. This XL Edition of the Excelsior-class U.S.S. Enterprise-B has been carefully recreated in die-cast and high-quality ABS materials. It measures approximately 10.5 inches long and come’s with a special collector’s stand. Inside the accompanying exclusive collector’s magazine, find out about the making of Star Trek: Generations and filming the Enterprise-D saucer crash-landing on Veridian III.
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