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    Bread promo Enterprise D?

    Just saw this on eBay... going for $20. Looks pretty good for 1987.

    "You are bidding on a very rare promotional Star Trek USS Enterprise. MINT CONDITION! This was part of a bread company promo. The additional ships were purchased by AMT to add a bonus to the large Model. Very Rare. Complete, non played USS Enterprise with saucer section detachment, two sets of stickers, a booklet and original box. Here is your chance to own a piece of Star Trek history. model is 4 inches long by 3 inches at the saucer and 2 inches, engine to engine. A Must for collectors!"

    Never seen this one in quite this form before... anybody seen this before?
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    Looks like a plastic casting of Galoob's diecast Enterprise-D.
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    Wow, that piece, I've never seen before. Very wild!

    I just checked out my Galoob Die-Cast Ent-D, it's quite different but has some similarities. There are rivet holes all over, and a tab at the saucer sep, and copyright text just behind the underside curve of the engineering hull, which are totally different from this. But basic assembly is quite similar. My guess is they're based off the same prototype, but totally different tooling.
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