There were two Enterprise toys released in conjunction with the film. First off, the South Bend Electronic Enterprise. Alas, I never owned it myself. For this reason it has achieved a legendary status in my memories. The South Bend toy was especially cool in that it could be disassembled and reconfigured as different Starfleet styled ships. It had great sound effect features as well. It's very rare these days. I imagine a collector would pay a hefty price for one MIB. Thankfully, Dan has been generous enough to send photos of his South Bend Enterprise for our enjoyment. Due to its fragile condition; Dan has it permanently suspended from his hobby room ceiling. Thank you very much Dan! Tomorrow we'll take a look at Dan's Dinky diecast TMP Enterprise. I've also included the original trailer for Star Trek The Motion Picture. Enjoy!
|It's a very nice representation of its movie counterpart|
|With the exception of slightly shorter nacelles it's not too dissimilar from the film|
|Extra slots along the saucer and secondary hull allowed reconfiguration of nacelles for cool starship customization|
|Speaker for cool sound effects!|
|Slot for 9 volt battery!|
A great trailer!