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Outstanding work, as usual! I think the only Excelsior class models not yet featured are the model seen in Admiral Leyton's office (most likely an AMT model kit) in DS9: "Paradise Lost" and the tiny Excelsior class model seen in front of the Starfleet Headquarters building (itself a model) in DS9: "Homefront", "Paradise Lost". This was most likely a Micro Machines model. Maybe the Excelsior class model from the Observation Lounge aboard the Enterprise-D could also be included?--Jörg 17:45, April 19, 2011 (UTC)
- Thanks Jörg. Truth to be told, I kind of forgot about them, and haven't come across any information on them as yet...As for the ED lounge "models", I decided to dismiss those, as they are more wall decoration, closer to paintings than models, especially as they are not a full 3-D representations (only 1/3 by the looks of it)...but I could be alone in this opinion of course...--Sennim 18:26, April 19, 2011 (UTC)
- Found refs for the Headquarter models, were indeed micro machines, updated the article...--Sennim 22:04, April 19, 2011 (UTC)
Looks great. Glad you found a reference for the small models. I think the appearance of an Excelsior class model in Leyton's office can still be included, without a reference, though. I can provide a screenshot of the model, if need should be. --Jörg 12:33, April 20, 2011 (UTC)
- I guess you're right, a screenshot would be helpful...I've added a note in the section, if you could put the shot next to the left of the headquarterspic (for aestitics) then w'll have a nice near complete article, methinks...nice cooperating with you...--Sennim 13:52, April 20, 2011 (UTC)
Done. Which starship model will you tackle next? :-) --Jörg 16:10, April 20, 2011 (UTC)