Eaglemoss Collections delivers on the latest release of the most feared ship in the galaxy. The Klingon Bird-Of-Prey is ferocious looking even as it comes in for a landing — alongside the rest of your fleet on your display case!

Marking its first on-screen appearance in the blockbuster Star Trek III: The Search for Spock the B’rel-class Klingon Bird-Of-Prey is without a doubt among the most recognizable and popular starship designs in the Star Trek canon. The fearlessly aggressive warriors strike fear into their enemies choosing architecturally formidable aerodynamics, backed with a predatory instinct that speaks itself.

Even in a “Landing Position” with its multi-vectored wing design in an upswept configuration the Klingon Bird-Of-Prey is a force to be reckoned with. As part of its Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection Eaglemoss Collections is offering exclusively on-line the Klingon Bird-Of-Prey Landed Position to fans to add to the growing line of highly detailed die-cast starships. The model is beautifully detailed and sits well on its display and features an 18-page magazine.

The magazine features background information on the inspiration for the design as well as including rarely seen artwork from the making of Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. After the destruction of the legendary Starship Enterprise in order of the Genesis Planet, Captain Kirk and his crew commandeer a Klingon Bird-Of-Prey and use the ship to return the resurrected Spock to his home planet of Vulcan.

The model can be purchased, while supplies last, from the Eaglemoss website by clicking here.

 

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