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Star Trek Ship Armada – rare chance to get a whole bunch of ships September 19, 2007

Posted by showmescifi in DS9, Enterprise E, NCC 1701D, NCC 1701E, playmates, Sci Fi, science fiction, scifi, Star Trek, star trek ships, startrek, USS defiant, uss voyager.
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It’s hard to find decent Star Trek ships these days online or offline.

That’s why as part of ShowMeSciFi.com’s irregular look at SciFi on eBay we’re very excited at this lot of 7 (count’em yourself) Star Trek ships.

It’s enough to build your Starfleet!

This auction doesn’t end until – Sep-22-07 19:00:41 PDT – so you’ve got a little bit of time to get on the board with this (Star Trek ship auction)

Classic Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise

Star Trek: Generations U.S.S. Enterprise-B

Star Trek: U.S.S. Enterprise-D

Star Trek: Insurrection U.S.S. Enterprise-E

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Space Station DS9

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine U.S.S. Defiant

Star Trek: Voyager U.S.S. Voyager

Not sure how high bidding will go on this but check it out for yourself -click the following link: Star Trek ship Armada – and hey if you win let us know (we’re jealous already)!

How Much Is A Star Trek NCC-1701-B Playmates Ship Worth? September 16, 2007

Posted by showmescifi in babylon5, design exchange, dx, ebay, ebay auction, ncc 1701b, playmates, Sci Fi, science fiction, sciencefiction, scifi, Star Trek, star trek playmates, star trek tng, star trek toys, star trek XI, Star Wars Battlefront, star wars video games, startrek, starwars, Timothy Zahn, upsps.
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How Much Is A Star Trek NCC-1701-B Playmates Ship Worth? The easy answer is..depends on what you’re willing to pay for it.

Though the NCC 1701B playmates ship (the one that Kirk got sucked into the Nexus from in Star Trek Generations) is extremely rare..this past weekend there was recently at least three (3) auctions for it on eBay. We here at ShowMeSciFi.com tracked them all to try and see what the ship was worth..

Here’s the breakdown..

The first ship – went for $22.66 after starting at $9.99 and solicited 3 bids from 3 bidders.

The second ship – was won for $31.00 – also started at $9.99 though this auction solicited 4 bidders and 9 bids.

The third ship was won for – $31.56 – started at $9.95 and was a very active auction – with 5 bidders and 16 bids.

From the pics and the descriptions both ships appear to have been equivalent – so I’d say the first auction winner got the better deal – though both winners should be very pleased as winning this ship for anything less than $65 or so in my book is a real steal.