The Eaglemoss 1:900 scale U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D is the most detailed model of its kind. It is based on careful study of the original shooting models created by Industrial Light & Magic. And, for a model that costs upwards of $1500 USD you would think it would be perfect, but you will be wrong. There are always opportunities to customize and add more realistic details to every model.
Luckily, there are communities of fans who, like myself, are passionate about Star Trek. Some of them will produce amazing custom modifications (mods) you can add to your Eleanor Mustang to give it more accuracy and detail.
Some mods will be very affordable and others are quite expensive. It is totally up to you which ones to install. Every build is going to be slightly different no matter what, so do what you want!
On that note, here is a list of the mods I have chosen for my build. Details on and where to get each mod can be found on their individual pages.
My Custom Mods
|Adding a clear Bridge viewport||1|
|Sanding the windows||Every stage with a saucer Deck Panel|
|Sealing light leak (windows)||Every stage with a saucer Deck Panel|
|Fixing the Emergency Flush Vents||1|
|Painting the Umbilical Connect Ports (Saucer)||1|
|Fixing the EM Field Projectors||2|
|Fixing the Formation Lights||2|
|Updating the Warp Engine Field Grills||2|
|Coloring the windows||1, 4, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18, 20, 21, 26, 35, 36, 42, 47, 48, 49|
|Detailing the Transporter Pads||4, 21, 36, 42|
|Darkening the Main Impulse Engine||16|
|Painting the lower Shuttlebay Doors||16|
|Painting the Forward Torpedo Launcher LED||25|
|Sealing light leak (Docking Alignment Lights on the neck)||29, 36|
|Sanding and Painting the Power Switches||35|
|Modding the Warp Nacelle Lighting||45, 47, 48, 49|
Mike Lane Mods
|Direct Product Link||Used In Stage(s)|
|Lifeboat Hatch Transfers||Not yet installed...|