Saturday, 29 May 2010

MOONBASE DREAMSHOP: TARHEEL NUCLEAR FERRY STARSHIP CUSTOM

Mrs. Moonbase is engrossed in the Eurovision Song Contest on TV so I'm listening to Budgie on headphones and messing about as usual, although the Norwegian Eurovision effort included an awesome global dance routine, which I had to watch - genius! Reader Graeme Walker's fabulously restored Tarheel Probe Force 3 box art recently posted got me thinking: what if Tarheel had done the rest of the SWORD range especially the big guns like the Nuke Ferry and the Apollo Saturn or even the demure but mighty Scouts! At the Moonbase Dreamshop we have the technology - see what you think. I give you the TARHEEL PROJECT SWORD NUCLEAR FERRY STARSHIP [CUSTOM] pictured above. Doesn't look half bad with the rest of the fleet below either! I need another bottle of  Becks beer before I attempt another box! Or is that a Box Beer to do another becks!
Which are the two odd ones out in this collection?
[original collection courtesy of reader Darth posted previously in 2008 as 'American Sword']

1 comment:

  1. Woodsy, you are a cruel man, yes I say a cruel man showing us puny earthlings such a collection as that!
    But you know we love it!

    Carry on oh wicked master hehe!

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