- Jan 5, 2009
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Does anyone have a new, packaged, Colonial Viper sitting around they'd like to part with?
hope this helps. I used vcp to print out the shrouds.I would be interested in the shroud details.
I saw a boxed, sealed, Centuri Orion this morning. With a few minutes left, it was at $73. At about 30 seconds, I bid $90, and that got blown by, so I upped it to $105, and in the final few seconds it ran up to well over $200, and ended at $237 or somewhere north of that.Just lost one on e-bay - THANK GOODNESS! I started my bidding before everyone responded here and on YORF. I put my upper limit and it held right up until the end and some outbid me. After everyone's responses I was really hoping somebody out there was going to snipe(r) me and they did.
Now it'll be time to start collecting parts for all these great plans people have shared.
Still awaiting a Cylon Raider type, from the '70s but that can wait.
Just reviewing our posts on the Viper... Have you thought of buying one of the re-released plastic Colonial Vipers from Revell? It is pretty big and the details are good. You can use that as a base model to scratch build a rocket or you can PMC it. You can also use it as a reference for you rocket's details. The new Viper MK II does not have as much surface details as the old Colonial Viper but I prefer the sleek look.the one i want to do is the origenal one
Too bad, the new one was very well done. I wasn't impressed at 1st but the writing has been the best Sci-Fi on TV since B5, imho.Holy smokes! I just saw the Cylon Raider from the current BG. I'm old-fashioned, I don't care for the new one all that much.
Of course I only know BG with Lorne Greene.