Anybody recognize this?

Discussion in 'Studio Scale Models' started by Mike J., May 28, 2003.

  1. Mike J.

    Mike J. Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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  2. Treadwell

    Treadwell Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Interesting. My guess is it's from a theme park display.

    The tower is obviously made from a Saturn V, and there are a couple of NASA orbital space modules, perhaps from an Apollo-Soyuz model or Spacelab.
     
  3. swpropmaker

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    Yeah it looks like the future city on the moon ...you can see it when you ride the EPCOT train through time..

    Steve
     
  4. falcon dude

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    I dont know what it is but that dish with the two legs sure looks like the part Ive been looking for to make the dish of the Millenium Falcon. I wish I could get a better look at that part. I wonder what kit it came from.

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  5. JPolacchi

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    I suppose you could use almost any found item,scratch it(if you really want to)or use something from plastisruct,but the radar dish for the mid sized 32" Falcon came from a 1/25th scale AMT Tanker kit..and it's still made today by AMT/ERT.
     
  6. Treadwell

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    Wow, someone got that for eleven bucks! Worth at least that just for kitbashing fodder, setting aside any Disneyana collectability value.

    Someone should rehost these pics and post them here before the auction pics go bye-bye.
     
  7. Rick Hanson

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