Scale Models

My pre-built Star Trek scale models are ships any fan would be proud to display on their bookshelf or desk.

  • Lights: Some ships are upgraded from the basic kit using my custom-designed, internal LED lighting, which emulates the lighting seen on the studio models. “Super-bright” LEDs light up the model, even in bright daylight conditions.
  • Paint: All ships are hand-painted in enamels using brushes only — no airbrushing. For me, the challenge is the patience it takes to cover a dinner-plate size saucer with a half-inch paint brush. The result is a smooth, precise coat.
  • Finish: I finish each one in a durable acrylic clear coat that resists scuffs and yellowing.

See the build process for each of these models in my Flickr albums.

To inquire about these ships, drop me a line using my contact form.

USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D

$499 plus shipping (RESERVED)

Make it so, Picard said. And I did! The Enterprise D is the star of Star Trek: The Next Generation, in which its crew boldly went for seven years and one movie.

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This isn’t your ordinary Enterprise D. As shown in the episodes, “Encounter at Farpoint”, “Best of Both Worlds”, and the movie “Generations”, the saucer section of this 18″ ship actually separates and can be displayed on its own stand.

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Powerful rare-earth magnets hold the saucer to the drive section, so the saucer can be detached at any time.

Sharp-eyed Trek fans will know that the oval shape on the saucer’s underside is a smaller craft named “Calypso”. In this model, the Calypso is held magnetically to the saucer, but can be undocked for separate display.

Both display stands are also magnetic, which means there are no ugly mounting holes to spoil the hull.

Specifications:

  • 1:1400 scale
  • 18″ long
  • 5 pieces: saucer, drive section, captain’s yacht “Calypso”, and two display stands
  • magnetic stands and component docking

USS Enterprise NCC-1701 (Original Series)

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The ship that started it all. This is the USS Enterprise that Captain Kirk and his crew took on their five-year mission on the original Star Trek television series. At 32 inches, this vessel is an impressive sight.

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The bussard domes light up in classic amber/red with hints of blue and green, just like in the original series. At the stern, peer into the shuttle bay to see a tiny Galileo shuttlecraft with a lit-up window.

The bridge dome is transparent to show off the detailed bridge deck inside, with detail fine enough that you can see who is on the main viewer.

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It features internal lighting in:

  • windows
  • warp nacelles
  • bridge deck interior
  • shuttle bay interior
  • navigation lights
  • sensor dome

Specifications:

  • 1:350 scale
  • 32″ long
  • 12 volt DC power (wall adapter included)
  • toggle power switch

USS Enterprise NCC-1701 (“Refit”)

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This iconic vessel appeared in the movies Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, and Star Trek: The Search for Spock.

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It features internal lighting in:

  • windows
  • navigation lights
  • warp nacelles
  • impulse exhausts
  • deflector dish
  • arboretum
  • torpedo bays
  • thruster quads

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Specifications:

  • 1:537 scale
  • 23″ long
  • 12 volt DC power source (wall adapter included)
  • toggle power switch

USS Reliant NCC-1864

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This sturdy cruiser appeared in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, in which Khan battled with Kirk and the Enterprise in the Mutara Nebula.

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It features lighting in:

  • windows
  • navigation lights
  • warp nacelles
  • impulse exhausts
  • aft hangar decks
  • torpedo bays

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Specifications:

  • 1:537 scale
  • 18″ long
  • 12 volt DC power source (wall adapter included)
  • toggle power switch

USS Enterprise NCC-1701-C

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The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-C appeared in the Star Trek: The Next Generation “Yesterday’s Enterprise”.

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It is totally one of a kind as it contains custom-designed LED lighting that you can plug into any powered USB port. Plug it into your computer and it will light up every time you turn on the computer. Plug it into your TV (if it has a USB port) and it will light up when you watch TV.

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Push the button to light up:

  • windows
  • warp nacelles
  • main deflector
  • navigation lights
  • torpedo bays
  • impulse exhaust

Specifications:

  • 1:1400 scale
  • 14″ long
  • 5 volt DC USB power (plugs into any powered USB socket)
  • toggle power switch

 USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B

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Sometimes called “Kirk’s Last Ride”, the Enterprise B appeared in the opening scenes of Star Trek: Generations. It was the last starship Kirk ever boarded.

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Specifications:

  • 1:1000 scale
  • 18.5″ long

K’Tinga-class Klingon Battle Cruiser

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This class of Klingon warship is the successor to the deadly Klingon D-7 battle cruisers seen in the original Star Trek series, and was first seen in the opening scenes of Star Trek: The Motion Picture as Klingon ships investigate the giant alien probe.

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Specifications:

  • 1:537 scale
  • 16″ long

ISS Enterprise NCC-1701 (Mirror Universe)

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In the famous Star Trek episode “Mirror Mirror”, Kirk and friends find themselves transported to a parallel universe where the Enterprise is part of a violent empire. ISS Enterprise is the flagship of an evil imperial fleet of the Terran Empire and displays the sword-in-earth imperial insignia in several places.

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This totally unique 12″ model is constructed from styrene and painstakingly hand painted in enamels. It’s finished with a durable acrylic clear coat to protect from scuffs. This ship is hand-build and not available in stores.

As in the “Mirror, Mirror” episode, the model is based on the season 1 studio model. Differences between season the season 1 model and season 3 model include:

  • The nacelles have a spike on the front.
  • The tail end of the nacelles have exhaust holes instead of domes.
  • The bridge dome is taller than season 3.
  • The main deflector dish is larger than season 3.

The dome stand with steel rod is included. Mr Spock’s evil goatee is not included.

SS Enterprise NX-01 (refit)

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The Enterprise NX-01 was featured in the prequel series, Star Trek: Enterprise. Captained by Jonathan Archer before the founding of Starfleet or the United Federation of Planets, this primitive starship was the first to tackle an exploratory mission away from Earth.

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Though the series only lasted four seasons, the ships designer proposed this refit as a possibility for the cancelled season five. The refit includes a secondary hull that contains a larger warp core and deflector dish, and suggests an evolution in design towards the Constitution-class starships of the original series.

This particular model won a build contest at All Scale Trek.

Specifications:

  • 1:1000 scale
  • 9″ long

USS Tempest NCC-10513

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This Cyclone-class carrier is a non-canon, fan-designed starship that represents a transport/carrier. It’s large capacity shuttle bays and crew decks allow it to transport many small small craft. A third nacelle allows for redundant systems in combat situations.

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The kit is from Multi-verse Models and is molded in high detail from resin.

Specifications:

  • 1:2500 scale
  • 6″ long

Shuttlecraft Galileo

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What is the USS Enterprise without it’s prized pair of shuttlecraft, Galileo and Copernicus. This 2″ model is based on the design that appears in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. It includes a custom-designed base and is shiny.

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Specifications:

  • Unknown scale
  • 2″ long