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The Enterprise NCC 1701 E . There will always be an enterprise. . This is my latest (and best) creation for star trek. It is (obviously) the enterprise E. It took me about 3 days to make. I tried as hard as I could to make everything acurate and use special pieces (like slopes, diagonal plates, wings, etc.). If I get the actual pieces to build it I will make the clear blue and red parts on the Warp Nacelles solid colors (since LEGO doesn't make those pieces clear). The actual Enterprise has the most advanced Warp Nacelles, they are designed so they do not harm "subspace" as much as they used to, apparently. I just think they were designed to be really hard to make with LEGOs. At least on the scale I'm building. By the way, if you want to see some really good renderings of my model, please visit this brickshelf folder. thank you. Again, please don't ask for instructions (even though I made them for this model) I don't give out my hard work. I am sure you are all perfectly capable of creating your own stunning models, probably a million times better than mine. Keep building! Paul the picture below is my updated version- the only difference is the warp nacelle pylons, I used hinges to make them the exact angle and height. I have finally made it physically, so here it is! As you can see I had to substitute some of the pieces since I didn't have enough of them, but it still looks good.


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