It tis a wonder what is lost in the ol computer!!!!! had these Pee-Air beauties with me the whole time and came across them last night!!!
Neat-o. Kind of reminds me of your Arctic Explorer a bit.
It’s a really nice looking ship.
I really really like this design, not so keen on the little spoilers on the aft engines, but other than that it just hits that spot on me, a bit like some sportscars do🙂
Man, that’s a sweet model. I’ve noticed that it kinda looks Ferengi-esque. Maybe this is the race from whom the Ferengi stole their warp technology. 😉 It would be awesome to have a cool tie-in like that.
I don’t think the Ferengi stole it…I think they bought it for several bars of gold latinum!! But as few as they could get away with, of course!
Nice idea, evil one.🙂
correction – gold pressed latinum. Where was my head?
Or a few cases of self-sealing stem bolts. The Ferengi were long gone before the aliens figured out that none of them knew what self-sealing stem bolts were for!
Yeah, you’re right, I just looked it up in the Encyclopedia. *thanks Mike & Denise Okuda* I couldn’t remember exactly what Nog said in the episode “Little Green Men,” I was thinking he said the Ferengi stole warp technology but I was mistaken. They bought it. 🙂
Very nice design. Somehow it has a bit of Ferengi and of Cardassian style in it and, as already mentioned, the arctic explorer. I notice only now that the aft engines have a Hirogen-like cowling.
This will sound enormously weird, but I’m *sure* I’ve seen alizard on the Discovery Channel that looks like this🙂
Perhaps that’s why I immidiately thought it would make a terrific Gorn ship!
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