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1948-1976, 2000-

Aluminum Model Toys (AMT) was the original producer of Star Trek model kits and acquired the license in 1966, shortly after the premiere of the original series. This licensing deal was brokered between Gene Roddenberry and Stephen Edward Poe, an employee of an advertising firm which had been retained by AMT for marketing and communications purposes.

Michigan-based AMT started out in 1948 as a manufacturer of model cars and trucks, both as model kits and as finished display pieces made for marketing purposes. Model kits became the company's core product line in the mid-1960s and Star Trek models were the company's first foray into producing products other than automobile and truck kits.

AMT logos
AMT-Matchbox European company logo
1977-1981 (outside US)
AMTErtl company logo 1982-1986 AMTErtl company logo 1987-1992 AMTErtlLogo
'82-'86 '87-'92 '87-'92

AMT ended its existence as an independent company in 1977 when it was acquired by Lesney Products, the owner of Matchbox. In 1981, the die-cast toy and model kit manufacturer Ertl Company acquired AMT from Lesney and established the AMT/Ertl brand and logo in 1982.

The AMT/Ertl brand came to an end in 1999 when the company was acquired by Racing Champions, now known as RC2 Corporation. The combined company was then re-branded as Racing Champions/ERTL. However, the company redefined its mission in 2003 and AMT/Ertl was split into its original components. In 2007, AMT was sold to Round 2 LLC, its current owner.

Star Trek association

Galileo AMT model kit

Galileo shuttlecraft model kit

AMT was given the rights in 1966 to produce models based on the show in exchange for helping out CBS Studios with the construction of set pieces when needed. Stephen Poe was instrumental in brokering the deal, who was also was given free access to the studio lot which eventually resulted in the book The Making of Star Trek. Through their subsidiary at the time, Custom & Speed Shop, headed by Gene Winfield, AMT was called upon to construct the studio model of the Galileo Class F shuttlecraft as well as the full scale exterior mock-up. Also produced at the Speedshop was the studio model of the Klingon D7-class, which originated from the desire of AMT to do a follow-up of the very successful USS Enterprise model kit - over a million copies sold at that time according to Matt Jefferies (Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 2, Issue 9, p.66). Specifically designed for AMT by Jefferies, one of the two "master tooling models" (templates for the molds from which the production model kits were to be cast) fabricated, was immediately appropriated by the studio (struggling at the time with severe budget cuts) for use as filming model in the third season of Star Trek: The Original Series, betraying its origin as a master for a model kit by not having internal lighting. The Enterprise and D7 model kits were the only model kits released while the series was still running. The company further released versions of Romulan Bird-of-Prey, a model of Spock, the Galileo shuttlecraft, a standard exploration set (communicator, phaser, and tricorder), the bridge, and Deep Space Station K-7, even after the series was canceled in 1969.

During the period 1966-1972, AMT chose not to license the Star Trek name outside of the US. During that period, Aurora, another noted model kit company, leased AMT's molds and released the models outside of the US. Though the molds were the same and even the packaging was, besides the imprint, virtually identical, legally, Aurora's releases of the four models were not associated with AMT. The Spock figure kit originated from Aurora but a reciprocal leasing agreement gave AMT the exclusive rights to release the figure in the US. AMT bought the Spock figure's tooling from Aurora in 1976.

The company retained the license through the 1970s, and, at the time owned by Lesney (1977-1981), eventually produced kits for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. In 1981, the company was bought by Ertl, becoming AMT/Ertl. In 1984, after having renegotiated the license the previous year, the new combination began releasing Star Trek model kits, starting with reissues of some of the previously marketed kits under a new numbering system. The company began a true expansion of their Star Trek line with kits based on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine models followed in the 1990s, as well as more ships from the subsequent eight motion pictures. The company did not acquire the license for Star Trek: Voyager, which went to Revell-Monogram. The last new kits were released by 1999. Later that year the company was acquired by Racing Champions.

Releases of Star Trek model kits went dormant as the new parent company was trying to decide in what direction it would evolve. A half hearted attempt to revive the line occurred when re-releases were announced, of which only four were marketed in 2005 under its original brand "AMT/Ertl", though the company by that time was already split up in its two original components. Those four kits were the only releases of the AMT line that were marketed in eight years. However, in 2007, AMT changed hands yet again, this time acquired by Round 2 under whose ownership AMT (sporting the original imprint of AMT) started the run of re-releases in 2008 with a commemorative edition of its very first Enterprise model kit - (though the Enterprise kit was not a reissue of the original kit, but was instead a reissue of the model from much later renditions of the tooling, and was substantially different from the original AMT Enterprise model from 1966.)

Star Trek releases

Star Ship Model Kits
Item As Scale Issue Item No. Notes
USS Enterprise AMT 1:650 1966 S921 Issued with rudimentary lighting option
1968 S951 Re-tooled and renumbered; new box; enhanced lighting option; varying plastic colors were used
1973 New box art; enhanced decal sheet (sister ships)
1975 New box format; re-tooled; no lighting option from this issue onward
AMT/Lesney 1979 PK5102 European reissue of S951; Matchbox imprint "Yellow Crown Range"
AMT/Ertl 1984 6676 Reissue under new numbering scheme; logo not yet adjusted but slightly adjusted box art to reflect new ownership
1989 Reissue, new horizontal format box
1:500 1996 8790 "Cut-away" version; option to have the model built as "open" or "closed "; scale on box erroneously stated as 1:650
AMT/Round2 1:650 2008 AMT609 Limited edition (1701 pieces); Reissue of S921; Tin box with art print
AMT610 "Legacy" reissue of S921 in 1966-style packaging
2009 AMT640 Reissue of AMT609, cast in blue plastic
2011 AMT695 Includes 2 in-scale Tholian web-spinners; Includes USS Defiant (NCC-1764) decals; cast in phosphorescent plastic.
AMT Model kit S921 USS Enterprise 1966 AMT Model kit S951 USS Enterprise 1966 AMT Model kit S951 USS Enterprise 1973 AMT Model kit S951 USS Enterprise 1975 AMT Model kit 6676 USS Enterprise 1984 AMT Model kit 6676 USS Enterprise 1989 AMT Model kit 8790 Cut-Away USS Enterprise 1996 AMT Model kit AMT609 USS Enterprise 2008 AMT Model kit AMT610 USS Enterprise 2008 AMT Model kit AMT640 USS Enterprise 2009 AMT Model kit AMT695 USS Enterprise 2011
Klingon D7-class Battle cruiser AMT 1:650 1968 S952 Issued with lighting option
1975 New boxformat; no lighting option from this issue onward
AMT/Ertl 1991 6743 25th Anniversary reissue with new stand; labeled as "Original Edition Klingon Cruiser"
AMT/Round 2 2011 AMT699 Collector's edition; re-issue of S952; tin box with poster box-art; cast in light-green with chrome parts
AMT720 Re-issue of S952; cast in light-green with chrome parts; new decal sheet
AMT Model kit S952 Klingon Battle Cruiser 1968 AMT Model kit S952 Klingon Battle Cruiser 1975. AMT Model kit 6743 Klingon Cruiser 1991 AMT Model kit AMT699 Klingon Battle Cruiser 2011 AMT Model kit AMT720 Klingon Battle Cruiser 2011
Galileo 7 Shuttlecraft AMT 1:35 1974 S595
1975 New boxformat
AMT/Ertl 1991 6743 25th Anniversary reissue with new decals, horizontal format box, and retooling of windows.
AMT Model kit S959 Galileo 7 1974 Galileo AMT model kit AMT Model kit 6006 Galileo II Shuttlecraft 1991
Exploration Set AMT 1:2 1974 S598 Comprises phaser, tricorder and communicator
1975 New boxformat
AMT Model kit S598 Exploration Set 1974 original AMT Model kit S598 Exploration Set 1974
USS Enterprise Bridge AMT 1:35 1975 S950 Included scale figures of Kirk, Spock and Sulu
AMT/Ertl 1991 6007 25th Anniversary reissue with new decals and retooling of figures.
AMT Model kit S950 USS Enterprise Bridge 1975,jpg AMT Model kit 6007 USS Enterprise Bridge 1991
Romulan Bird-of-Prey AMT 1:650 1975 S957
AMT/Lesney 1979 PK5106 European reissue of S957 as "Romulan Space Ship"; Matchbox imprint "Yellow Crown Range"
AMT/Round2 2011 AMT665 Re-issue op S957, 1975 style packaging
AMT666 Collector's edition; re-issue of S957; tin box with poster box-art
AMT Model kit S953 Romulan Bird of Prey 1975. AMT Model kit AMT665 Romulan Bird of Prey 2011 AMT Model kit AMT666 Romulan Bird of Prey 2011
Space Station K-7 AMT 1:7600 1975 S955 Included small, in-scale model of the USS Enterprise
AMT/Lesney 1979 PK5105 European reissue of S955; Matchbox imprint "Yellow Crown Range"
AMT/Round2 2010 AMT644 Reissue of S955 in 1976-style packaging
AMT645 Collector's edition; reissue of S955; tin box with Tribble
AMT Model kit S955 Space Station K-7 1976.jpg. AMT Model kit AMT644 K-7 Space Station 2010 150px
USS Enterprise-A (or Refit) AMT/Lesney 1:537 1980 S970 Star Trek: The Motion Picture imprint
PK5110 European release; different box art; Matchbox imprint "Yellow Crown Range"
AMT/Ertl 1984 6675 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan imprint
1985 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock imprint
1987 6693 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home imprint
1989 6693 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier imprint; included a shuttlecraft at 1:230 scale
1991 6959 With lights and sound effects
1992 8617 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country imprint; reissue of 6876; first release batch also included Galoob's Enterprise-D toy
AMT Model kit S970 USS Enterprise 1979 AMT-Matchbox Model kit PK5110 USS Enterprise 1979 AMT Model kit 6675 USS Enterprise 1984 AMT Model kit 6675 USS Enterprise 1985 AMT Model kit 6693 USS Enterprise 1987 AMT Model kit 6876 USS Enterprise and Shuttlecraft 1989 AMT Model kit 6959 USS Enterprise 1991 AMT Model kit 8617 USS Enterprise 1992
Klingon K't'inga-class Battle cruiser AMT/Lesney 1:537 1980 S971 Released only as "Klingon Cruiser"
PK5111 European release; different box art; Matchbox imprint "Yellow Crown Range"
AMT/Ertl 1985 6682 Star Trek: The Motion Picture imprint
1992 8229 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country imprint
AMT Model kit S971 Klingon Battle Cruiser 1979 AMT-Matchbox Model kit PK5111 Klingon Cruiser 1979 AMT Model kit 6682 Klingon Cruiser 1985 AMT Model kit 8229 Klingon Cruiser 1992
Vulcan Shuttle AMT/Lesney 1:187 1980 S972
PK5112 European release; different box art; Matchbox imprint "Yellow Crown Range"
AMT/Ertl 1984 6679 Star Trek: The Motion Picture imprint; reissue under new numbering scheme
1985 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock imprint, though the model never appeared in that film
AMT/Round2 2009 AMT641 Improved release, with magnetic attachment and revised detailing
AMT Model kit S972 Vukcan Shuttle 1979 AMT-Matchbox Model kit PK5112 Vukcan Shuttle 1979 AMT Model kit 6679 Vukcan Shuttle 1984 AMT Model kit 6679 Vukcan Shuttle 1985 AMT Model kit AMT641 Vukcan Shuttle 2009
USS Enterprise-D AMT/Ertl 1:1400 1988 6619
1995 8772 Contains fiber optic lighting
8793 Star Trek Generations imprint
1996 8400 "Plus Pack"; contains glue, paint and brush
AMT/Ertl-Platz 2010 GDS8138 Sub-licensed Japanese reissue; improved decal sheet
AMT/Round2 AMT656 "Special Edition"; cast in transparent styrene for lighting purposes; replacement release for announced but canceled kit AMT643 which was an intended re-issue of 6619[1]; Two issues in 2010, each which different box-art.
1:2500 AMT662 "Cadet Series"
AMT Model kit 6619 USS Enterprise-D 1988 AMT Model kit 8772 USS Enterprise-D 1995 AMT Model kit 8793 USS Enterprise-D 1995 AMT Model kit 8400 USS Enterprise-D 1996 AMT-Platz Model kit GDS8138 USS Enterprise-D 2010 AMT Model kit AMT656 USS Enterprise-D 2010 AMT Model kit AMT656 USS Enterprise-D 2010 variant AMT Model kit AMT662 USS Enterprise-D 2010
Klingon Vor'cha-class Battle cruiser AMT/Ertl 1:1400 1992 6812
AMT Model kit 6812 Klingon Battle Cruiser 1992
Runabout USS Rio Grande AMT/Ertl 1:72 1993 6741
AMT Model kit 6741 USS Rio Grande 1993
USS Excelsior/USS Enterprise-B AMT/Ertl 1:1000 1994 6630
1995 8761 Star Trek Generations imprint; retooling of 6630
AMT/Ertl-Platz 2010 GDS8136 Sub-licensed Japanese reissue; improved decal sheet
AMT/Round2 2011 AMT676 Re-issue 8761
AMT Model kit 6630 USS Excelsior 1994 AMT Model kit 8762 USS Enterprise-B 1995 AMT-Platz Model kit GDS8136 USS Enterprise-B 2010 AMT Model kit AMT676 USS Enterprise-B 2011
Deep Space 9 Space Station AMT/Ertl 1:3300 1994 8778
1995 8764 Includes fiber optic lighting
AMT/Round2 2012 AMT751 New decal sheet; cast in clear plastic for lighting purposes; includes 1:2500 USS Defiant model
AMT Model kit 8778 Deep Space Nine Space Station 1994 AMT Model kit 8764 Deep Space Nine Space Station 1995 AMT Model kit AMT751 Deep Space Nine Space Station 2012
Klingon Bird-of-Prey AMT/Ertl 1:350 1995 8230 Star Trek Generations imprint
1997 6339 Includes "Flight Display" base, transparent mount for floating in mid-air appearance
unknown "Plus Pack"; contains glue, paint and brush
AMT/RC2 2005 38389 Presented as B'rel-class
AMT/Round2 2011 AMT664 Improved tooling; includes optional landing gear
AMT Model kit 8230 Klingon Bird of Prey 1995 AMT Model kit 6339 Klingon Bird of Prey Flight Display 1997 AMT Model kit Klingon Bird of Prey 1997 AMT Model kit 38389 Klingon Bird of Prey 2005 AMT Model kit AMT664 Klingon Bird of Prey 2011
USS Reliant AMT/Ertl 1:537 1995 8766
AMT/Round2 2011 AMT667 Re-issue 8766; improved tooling
2012 AMT714 Limited "Clear Edition"; cast in transparent plastic for lighting purposes
AMT Model kit 8766 USS Reliant 1995 AMT Model kit AMT667 USS Reliant 2011 AMT Model kit AMT714 USS Reliant 2012
USS Defiant AMT/Ertl 1:420 1996 8255
1997 8398 "Plus Pack"; contains glue, paint and brush
AMT Model kit 8255 USS Defiant 1996 AMT Model kit 8398 USS Defiant 1997
Cardassian Galor-class Ship AMT/Ertl 1:750 1996 8324
AMT Model kit 8324 Cardassian Galor Class Ship 1996
USS Enterprise-E AMT/Ertl 1:1400 1997 6326
1999 30065 Star Trek: Insurrection imprint
AMT/Ertl-Platz 2010 GDS8139 Sub-licensed Japanese reissue; improved decal sheet
AMT/Round2 2009 AMT613 Reissue of 6326
1:2500 2010 AMT663 "Cadet Series"
AMT Model kit 6326 USS Enterprise-E 1997 AMT Model kit 30065 USS Enterprise-E 1999 AMT-Platz Model kit GDS8139 USS Enterprise-E 2010 AMT Model kit AMT613 USS Enterprise-E 2009 AMT Model kit AMT663 USS Enterprise-E 2010
USS Enterprise-C/USS Yamaguchi AMT/Ertl 1:1400 1999 8001
30065 "Pro Shop""; cast in clear plastic; featuring lighting rig
AMT/Ertl-Platz 2010 GDS8137 Sub-licensed Japanese reissue; improved decal sheet
AMT/Round2 1:2500 AMT661 "Cadet Series"
1:1400 2011 AMT721 Reissue 8001; with battle damage decals
AMT Model kit 8001 USS Enterprise-C 1999 AMT Model kit 30038 USS Yamaguchi 1999 AMT-Platz Model kit GDS8137 USS Enterprise-C 2010 AMT Model kit AMT661 USS Enterprise-C 2010 AMT Model kit 721 USS Enterprise-C 2012
Romulan Warbird AMT/Round2 1:3200 2012 AMT753 Reissue of one piece from kit 6858; new decal sheet
AMT Model kit AMT753 Romulan Warbird 2012
Multi-Piece Star Ship Model Kit Sets
3-Piece Space Ship Set
Contains the USS Enterprise, Klingon D7 Battle cruiser, Romulan Bird of Prey
AMT 1:1600 1975 S953 First 'mini kit'; contains in-scale models
AMT/Ertl 1984 6677 Reissue under new numbering scheme
1989 Reissue with new packaging
AMT Model kit S953 Space Ship Set 1975. 3PieceShip-F AMT Model kit 6677 Space Ship Set 1989
3-Piece Star Ship Set
Contains the USS Enterprise NCC-1701, NCC-1701-A, NCC-1701-D
AMT/Ertl 1:2500 1988 6618
1991 6005 25th Anniversary chrome plated edition
1995 8787 Includes "Flight Display" base, transparent mount for floating in mid-air appearance
AMT/RC2 2005 38387 Reissue under new numbering scheme
AMT Model kit 6618 3-piece USS Enterprise Set 1988 AMT Model kit 6005 3-piece USS Enterprise Chrome Set 1991 AMT Model kit 8787 3-piece USS Enterprise Flight Display Set 1995 AMT Model kit 38387 3-piece TV Enterprise set 2005
3-Piece Star Ship Set
"Adversary Set" containing Romulan Warbird (1:3200), Klingon Bird of Prey (1:1400) and Ferengi Marauder (1:3700)
AMT/Ertl Multiple 1989 6858 First issue of the "Bird of Prey" (with movable wings); only issue of the Ferengi Marauder until 2012
AMT/RC2 2005 38390 Reissue under new numbering scheme
AMT Model kit 6858 3-piece adversary set 1989 AMT Model kit 38390 3-piece adversary set 2005
3-Piece Star Ship Set
"Legendary Space Encounter" contains the USS Enterprise and two D7-class Klingon Battle cruisers
AMT/Ertl 1:2200 1996 8254 Featuring fiber optic display, and episode audio clips from TOS: "The Enterprise Incident"
AMT Model kit 8254 Legendary Space Encounter 1996
3-Piece Star Ship Set
Contains the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B, NCC-1701-C, NCC-1701-E
AMT/Ertl 1:2500 1999 8002
AMT/RC2 2005 38388 Reissue under new numbering scheme
AMT Model kit 3-piece USS Enterprise Set 1999 AMT Model kit 38388 3-piece movie Enterprise set 2005
3-Piece Star Ship Set
Contains the USS Enterprise NCC-1701, NCC-1701-A and NCC-1701-B
AMT/Round2 1:2500 2010 AMT660 "Cadet Series"
AMT Model kit AMT660 3-piece USS Enterprise Set 2010
2-Piece Adversary Set
Contains "Klingon Bird of Prey" (with movable wings) and "Ferengi Marauder"
AMT/Round2 1:1400
1:3700
2012 AMT752 Reissue of two pieces from kit6858; new decal sheet
AMT Model kit AMT752 Adversary Set 2012
Figure Model Kits
Mr. Spock AMT 1:12 1974 S956 US market release; use of Aurora Plastics Corporation's set of molds
1975 Reissue; new box format
AMT/Lesney 1980 S973 Retooled version of 1968 release adjusted for Star Trek: The Motion Picture; this kit was not released separately in Europe
AMT/Ertl 1:6 1995 8704 Vinyl kit
AMT/Round2 1:12 2009 AMT624 Collector's edition; Reissue of S956; Tin box with art print
AMT625 Reissue of S956 in 1974-style packaging
AMT Model kit S956 Spock 1973 original AMT Model kit S956 Spock 1973 AMT Model kit S973 Spock 1979 AMT Model kit 8704 Spock 1995 AMT Model kit AMT624 Spock 2009 AMT Model kit S625 Spock 2009
Captain James T. Kirk AMT/Ertl 1:6 1994 8773 Vinyl Kit
Doctor Leonard McCoy 8774 Vinyl kit
Quark 1995 8719 Vinyl kit
Odo 8761 Vinyl kit
Collector's Gift Set 8761 Containing 8773, 8774 and 8777
Chief Engineer Mr. Scott 8777 Vinyl kit
AMT Model kit 8773 Captain James T. Kirk 1994 AMT Model kit 8774 Doctor Leonard McCoy 1994 AMT Model kit 8719 Quark 1995 AMT Model kit 8761 Odo 1995 AMT Model kit 8771 Collectors Gift Set 1995 AMT Model kit 8777 Chief Engineer Mr.Scott 1995

Trivia

  • The USS Constellation as seen in TOS: "The Doomsday Machine" is an AMT model kit, nr. S921, appropriately battle-damaged. The ship was given the registry NCC-1017, mostly because it was simple to rearrange the model's decal sheet and was the first time the reciprocal arrangement between AMT and the studio panned out in one of AMT's model kits showing up on screen.
  • The USS Enterprise as seen in TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles" was another AMT kit, seen in Lurry's office window and orbiting the far side of Deep Space Station K-7.
  • In 1974 AMT included a Interplanetary U.F.O. Mystery Ship into the Star Trek line, thereby suggesting that the design was part of the Star Trek universe, though it was not, its combined advertising on the box sides, pamphlets and catalogues of the time notwithstanding. It did have however, had some behind-the-scenes connections. First off, the U.F.O. Mystery Ship was originally designed as the Leif Ericson by Matt Jefferies (with the forward bridge module having more than a passing resemblance of the conning tower of the SS Botany Bay) for an abandoned Sci-Fi project named, "Strategic Space Command."[2]. The concept was thought up by Jefferies together with his friend Stephen Edward Poe. [3] AMT's idea behind backing the project was–buoyed on by the success of their first Star Trek model kits–to release a series of Sci-Fi kits accompanied by a worked-out "mini" background story and eventually create a Strategic Space Command universe, beefed out with an accompanying line of model kits [4]. AMT eventually released the model in 1968 as kit No.S954. The original kit was considered a commercial failure and the project fell apart. Secondly, according to Michael Okuda the design, being a Jefferies design, was seriously considered to be part of the Star Trek universe, when it was briefly considered to make an appearance in Star Trek: The Animated Series, already showing up in several preliminary story boards [5][6]. In a ploy to recuperate their investments, AMT re-released the model kit twice, now designated Interplanetary U.F.O. Mystery Ship, molded in phosphorscent plastic to achieve a glow-in-the-dark effect. The first re-release was an attempt to marry the ship into the Star Trek franchise through combined advertising, and was timed to coincide with the airing of the The Animated Series, though its appearance there never came to fruition. Still, AMT's latest owner, Round 2 LLC, opted to re-release the the kit, starting in 2009 with the 1975-issue as a retro edition.
Item As Scale Issue Item No. Notes
Leif Ericson aka U.F.O. Mystery Ship AMT 1:500 1968 S954 Design for abandoned "Strategic Space Command"-project
1974 S960 Reissue; cast in glow material
1976 Reissue; new boxart
AMT/Round2 2009 AMT622 Commemorative glow reissue S960
2011 AMT698 Commemorative non-glow reissue S954
AMT Model kit S954 Leif Ericson 1968 AMT Model kit S954 Leif Ericson 1975 AMT Model kit S954 Leif Ericson 1976 AMT Model kit AMT622 Interpanetary UFO Mystery Ship 2009. AMT Model kit AMT698 Leif Ericson 2011
AMT Leif Ericson
AMT/Ertl 30th Anniversary bonus posters
AMT 1995 30th anniversary cutaway poster USS Enterprise-A AMT 1995 30th anniversary cutaway poster USS Enterprise-D
1995-1996
  • On the occasion of the 30th Anniversary AMT/Ertl commissioned the production of two cutaway posters of the USS Enterprise-A and USS Enterprise-D and inserted those in their 1995-1996 model kit issues as a bonus. Which one was included was indicated by a sticker on the packaging. The artwork was done by C. Bruce Morser. As with the Sci-Pub Tech publications, the cutaway posters are not considered canon.
  • A medical device used by Julian Bashir in DS9: "Visionary" was an other warp nacelle from the Romulan warbird model kit. Coincidentally, the Romulans were the main adversaries in the episode.
  • Most of the gold models in the display cases in the USS Enterprise-E conference lounge, featured in Star Trek: First Contact and Star Trek Nemesis were gold plated, resin-reinforced AMT/Ertl models, built by John Eaves.
  • Set decorator James Mees used a colorfully repainted Hallmark "Keepsake" USS Voyager and a Klingon Bird-of-Prey for Miral Paris' baby crib mobile in VOY: "Prophecy". The mobile's Klingon D7 class battle cruiser was made from a small plastic model from the AMT Star Trek 3-Piece Space Ship Set.

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