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Date Posted: 06:36:17 11/25/03 Tue
Author: Art Visaya
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Subject: Re: What was the name of the ship that Jason used on his show?
In reply to: Matt Poe 's message, "What was the name of the ship that Jason used on his show?" on 21:47:34 10/28/03 Tue

You are right!

The Starfire ship that Jason used was supposedly a more faster and agile interceptor type craft. You can see from the fly-bys it must have been at least twice as fast as the Seeker "Shuttlecraft" types used in Space Academy.

By any chance has anyone did a model or made technical blueprints of the "Starfire"??

Please e-mail me a link where I can find them, I would like to make a Starfire again! I made one when I was 8 years old in 1978 out of cardboard and masking tape!

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