Star Trek USS Kelvin Model with Collectible Magazine Special #5 by Eaglemoss

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Star Trek USS Kelvin Model with Collectible Magazine Special #5 by Eaglemoss
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Star Trek USS Kelvin Model with Collectible Magazine Special #5
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This ship has been painstakingly recreated in die-cast and plastic materials then hand painted with an incredible level of detail. The vehicle also comes with a full color collector magazine. Vehicle measures approximately 3.5 inches by 7.5 inches.

The USS Kelvin (NCC-0514) was a 23rd century Federation Kelvin-type starship operated by Starfleet. In 2233, the USS Kelvin was under the command of Captain Richard Robau, while his first officer was Lieutenant Commander George Kirk.

On stardate 2233.04, the USS Kelvin was on a mission 75,000 kilometers from the Federation-Klingon border. George Kirk's wife, Winona, was also aboard the ship at that time, pregnant with their son, James T. Kirk.

Lieutenant Commander George Kirk assumed command of the USS Kelvin after Captain Robau was murdered by Nero aboard the Romulan mining vessel Narada.

Kirk piloted the craft to its destruction by ramming and disabling the Narada, thereby giving the crew of the USS Kelvin a chance to flee. It was during this battle that George Kirk's son, James T. Kirk, was born.

The accompanying magazine reveals how it was designed and built.

The USS Kelvin Model is part of the Starships Collection of Star Trek vehicles by Eaglemoss. This incredible collection includes all the most significant ships from the five Star Trek television series. Imported from the U.K. with limited distribution in the U.S., these ships are not easy to find for sale in the United States.  

The collection features a full range of Federation and alien vessels including seven incarnations of the Enterprise; all the major Klingon vessels including the Bird-of-Prey; Dominion; Borg; and Romulan ships and is slated to include about 80 ships in total.

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