My question is about models of the original series Star Trek Enterprise, both shooting models produced by the studio for the original series run, as well as licensed model kits ever available for purchase.
I know there was an 11-foot effects model which ultimately ended up in the Smithsonian.
When I was a kid back in the late 1960s, I had a "large" AMT kit model, which I think was about 2 and a half feet long assembled.
There is currently available a Polar Lights model "1/350" scale, stated to be about 32" long complete (same scale perhaps same molds as the one I had as a kid?)
There is a "1/1000" scale Polar Lights model snap kit.
There was a smaller studio model (4-inch?) apparently used for some high speed fly-by shots.
There were one or two small models which were used in "Catspaw".
There was a medium-sized model which appeared in "Requiem for Methuselah" - Flint snatches the Enterprise out of orbit, temporarily turning it into a desktop miniature (was this built from the AMT kit, or a one-off at some other scale?)
By the way, why 1/350? I know 1/4 is a common scale factor in modeling, and 32" x 4 = 128, roughly 11 feet, the size of the studio shooting model. Was the Polar Lights kit actually made as 1/4 scale of the shooting model?