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Buy Johnny Lightning Legends of Star Trek Series 2

Updated on March 16, 2011

In 2004 Johnny Lightning, an American model manufacturer famous for their diecast models, started releasing sets of plastic Star Trek Ships under the banner "Legends of Star Trek", this has now stretched to 6 series of Ships at the present time.

Each model came on a Blister card and the early series had an additional "free" gift such as stickers, embroidered patches. The models were 5 inches wide and came on their own display stand.

This hub concentrates on Series 2 of the collection, which was also called the Red Alert Series, each of these ships came on red -backed cards with a fabric patch relating to each ship. If you are interested in Series 1 please look at my Johnny Lightning Star Trek Series 1 Hub

Since each of the kits were so beautifully detailed they make great displays either on their own or as a set and since they are quite small they can be bought online and shipped at a fairly low cost. For this reason Amazon is agreat place to buy them as they are still very much in stock. They also often come up for sale on Ebay.

If you are interested in other Star Trek models please take a look at my Corgi Star Trek Model Hub, my Mega Bloks Star Trek Hub or my F Toys Star Trek Fleet Collection Hub.

U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 with Battle Damage

This model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was released in 2005 and included an Original Series Command division insignia fabric patch along with a battle-damaged model of the Enterprise NCC-1701 and its display stand.

The USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was the starship used by Captain James T Kirk in the original "Star Trek" TV Series on it's mission "to explore strange new worlds; to seek out new life and new civilizations; to boldly go where no man has gone before". Commissioned in 2245, Enterprise was in the Starship class. The ship had a theorectical top speed of Warp 8.

WIth this ship now being over 5 years old and from the second series as well as being of the iconic original Enterprise these models are fairly hard to come by. These wonderful items are still available on Amazon and can be bought by following the link below. They also occasionally appear on Ebay and if they are for sale on Ebay they will appear on the right ranging from mint unused sets to used sets.

U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 after Refit

This model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was released in 2005 and included an Original Series Command division insignia fabric patch along with a model of the Enterprise NCC-1701 after its refit and its display stand.

The refitted USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was the starship used by Captain James T Kirk in the first three "Star Trek" movies. Commissioned in 2245, Enterprise was in the Starship class. The ship had a theorectical top speed of Warp 8.

WIth this ship now being over 5 years old and from the second series as well as being of the iconic original Enterprise these models are fairly hard to come by. These wonderful items are no longer available on Amazon but do occasionally appear on Ebay. If they are for sale on Ebay they will appear on the right ranging from mint unused sets to used sets.

U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 after refit with Battle Damage

This model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was released in 2005 and included an Original Series Command division insignia fabric patch along with a battle-damaged model of the Enterprise NCC-1701 after its refit and its display stand.

The refitted USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was the starship used by Captain James T Kirk in the first three "Star Trek" movies. Commissioned in 2245, Enterprise was in the Starship class. The ship had a theorectical top speed of Warp 8.

WIth this ship now being over 5 years old and from the second series as well as being of the iconic original Enterprise these models are fairly hard to come by. These wonderful items are no longer available on Amazon but do occasionally appear on Ebay. If they are for sale on Ebay they will appear on the right ranging from mint unused sets to used sets.

USS Enterprise NX-01 with Battle Damage

This model of the USS Enterprise NX-01 was released in 2005 and included an Original Series Command division insignia fabric patch along with a battle-damaged model of the Enterprise NX-01 and its display stand.

The USS Enterprise NX-01 was the starship used by Captain Jonathan Archer in the "Star Trek:Enterprise" TV Series. Commissioned in 2151, Enterprise was the first starship of the experimental NX class, with a crew compliment of 86. Enterprise was Starfleet's first long-range exploration vessel with a theoretical top speed of warp 5.2

WIth this ship now being over 5 years old and from the second series as well as being of the iconic original Enterprise these models are fairly hard to come by. These wonderful items are still available on Amazon and can be bought by following the link below. They also occasionally appear on Ebay and if they are for sale on Ebay they will appear on the right ranging from mint unused sets to used sets.

Klingon D7 Battlecruiser Cloaked

This model of the Klingon D7 Battlecruiser was released in 2005 and included an Original Series Command division insignia fabric patch along with a Cloaked model of the Klingon D7 Battlecruiser and its display stand. The reverse side of packet also has a photo of Commander Kang from the Original Star Trek Series.

The Klingon D7 Battle Cruiser was a 23rd Century Battle Cruiser used by the Klingons and later shared with the Romulans. This was the Klingon Battle Cruiser that was heavily featured in the Original TV series.

WIth this ship now being over 5 years old and from the second series as well as being of the iconic original Enterprise these models are fairly hard to come by. These wonderful items are still available on Amazon and can be bought by following the link below. They also occasionally appear on Ebay and if they are for sale on Ebay they will appear on the right ranging from mint unused sets to used sets.

USS Reliant NCC-1864 with Battle Damage

This model of the USS Reliant NCC-1864 was released in 2005 and included an Original Series Command division insignia fabric patch along with a battle-damaged model of the Reliant NCC-1864 and its display stand.

The USS Reliant was a Miranda-class Federation starship commanded by Captain Clark Terrell in the second "Star Trek" movie Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan. The Reliant was used by Khan to intercept and ambush Captain Kirk and the Enterprise although the Reliant was subsequently destroyed.

WIth this ship now being over 5 years old and from the second series as well as being of the iconic original Enterprise these models are fairly hard to come by. These wonderful items are still available on Amazon and can be bought by following the link below. They also occasionally appear on Ebay and if they are for sale on Ebay they will appear on the right ranging from mint unused sets to used sets.

"White Lightning" Variants

All of the ships above were available in their standard versions but all of them were also available in "White Lightning" variant Limited Editions. All six Series One ships wre painted pearlescent white instead of their standard base colours and this accounted for about 1% of the production run..

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