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Eaglemoss STAR TREK ST0098
Nova-class Starship Diecast Model
Starfleet, NCC-72701 USS Rhode Island, STAR TREK: Voyager, w/Magazine

1:1644 Scale   Length   Width
Nova-class Starship   5.25"   4"

The USS Rhode Island (NCC-72701) was a 25th century refit Nova-class Federation starship operated by Starfleet in an alternate timeline. Even though the original Nova-class from the 2370s was limited to a maximum warp factor of warp 8 and was considered a planetary research vessel, the Rhode Island was designed for long term deep space assignments. The Rhode Island was commanded by Captain Harry Kim, and assigned to a four-year exploration mission. In 2404, the Rhode Island defended Admiral Janeway's shuttlecraft when it came under attack by two Klingon Negh'var warships. (VOY: "Endgame")

Nova-class Starship

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Eaglemoss STAR TREK

The Eaglemoss Collections "STAR TREK" range presents highly-detailed, ready made diecast models of "STAR TREK" starships including the most significant vessels from all five STAR TREK TV series, including dozens of ships that have never been produced before. Each ship has been painstakingly recreated in die-cast metal and high quality ABS and then painted by hand.

Best of all, many editions come with a special collector’s magazine (See photos) that provides an in-depth profile of the ship, with detailed annotations, and a breakdown of the technology on board, its crew and weapons. Exclusive behind-the-scenes articles, complete with original design sketches, reveal how the ship was designed. There is an informative examination of the shooting model (or models) used by the VFX team, and a history of the ship’s on screen appearances.

Eaglemoss "STAR TREK" diecast starships feature:

  • Diecast metal construction with some plastic components.
  • Realistic surface details.
  • Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals.
  • Presentation stand to display the ship "in flight".

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1969 Chevrolet Yenko Nova SS Gloss Black "MCACN" 10th Anniversary Ltd Ed to 1,002 pieces 1/18 Diecast Car by Autoworld


Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Nova SS Gloss Black with Matt Black Top "MCACN" 10th Anniversary (Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals) Limited Edition to 1,002 pieces Worldwide die cast model car by Autoworld. Brand new box. Real rubber tires. Carpeted interior. Steerable wheels. Folding front seats. Opening hood and doors. Made of diecast with some plastic parts. Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment. Dimensions approximately L-10.5, W-4, H-2.75 inches. This 1969 Chevy® Nova™ is one of the last examples of a Yenko® Nova™. It was originally sold as a stock 1969 Chevy® Nova™ SS™ in the spring of 1969. In 1982, it was sent back to Yenko to get a Jenkins Competition (of Bill Grumpy Jenkins’ fame) built ZL-1 aluminum 427ci engine installed. Photos to the right show the actual paperwork signed by Don Yenko for the sale and shipping to Jenkins on January 6, 1982. Several notes on the page reference the car as a SY Nova or SYC Nova, the code that Yenko used for Super Yenko Cars on his late 1960s Camaro®, Nova™ and Chevelle™ vehicles. The bill from Jenkins Competition is over $10,000 in 1982—far exceeding the value of the car at that time. This work was done in the last year Don Yenko owned the business. He sold the Yenko Chevrolet dealership the same year.

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1:18-Scale 1970 Chevy Nova SS 396 Diecast Car

In 1970, the Chevy Nova finally came into its own. While in production since 1962, this new decade allowed the brand to embrace its own legacy - and the Nova was officially removed from the Chevy II umbrella. But that wasn’t the only change 1970 would usher in for Chevy’s smallest muscle car. Available as both a two-door fastback coupe or four-door sedan, the re-imagined 1970 Chevy Nova showcased several new design enhancements, including a stylish new egg-crate patterned front grille and modified side marker lights and taillight lenses. The most defining change, however, was found under the hood - the option to upgrade to the optional Super Sport (SS) package and enjoy the performance of a 375-hp 396ci V8 - the big block 396! Now, you can own an impressive recreation of the smallest muscle car to ever come out of Detroit with the 1:18-Scale 1970 Chevy Nova SS 396 Diecast Car, presented by The Hamilton Collection and manufactured by Round 2 LLC, under license with General Motors.

Precision engineered with over 200 individual parts to perfectly capture every defining detail inside and out, this 1:18-scale diecast car is sure to impress even the most discerning car enthusiast. There's plenty of power to be found under the hood with a plumbed and wired Turbo-Jet 396ci V8 big-block engine paired to the Nova's M-22 manual transmission. The highly detailed interior boasts the iconic "Rock Crusher" cue-ball shifter and folding seats; the front wheels are even steerable. Plus, you're sure to marvel at its bumper to bumper beauty; from the chrome-look trim and vanity plates to its modified taillight lenses, the Nova impresses throughout. The authentic Hugger Orange paint finish provides the perfect finishing touch to this small but powerful muscle car. Strong demand is expected for this must-have Chevy collectible diecast car, so don't wait. Order now!

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