Space 1999- Eagle-1

This is the 1/72 Scale Space: 1999 Eagle 1 Transporter Plastic Model Kit by MPC. Suitable for Ages 10 & Older.

MPC Space 1999- Eagle-1 Plastic Model Space Craft 1/72 Scale #791
 MPC by Ertl # mpc791
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/72
  • Length: 12" (304.8mm)
  • Skill level: 2
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"MPC Space 1999- Eagle-1"
What a blast from the past Just as much fun to build now and it was in the 70's.

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  • Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in white.
  • Simple assembly.
  • From the TV hit: Space 1999.
  • Iconic sci-fi ship.
  • Waterslide decals.
  • Instruction sheet.


  • Scale: 1/72
  • Length: 12" (304.8mm)
  • Skill level: 2


One plastic model

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"nice kit"
Looks like this is going to be a fun build. Cant wait to start

"Excellent kit for customizing"
My nephew wanted to build a scratch built model of a Mech for some game called Battle Tech. So he showed me pictures of what he wanted. This kit was perfect for the task. Detail was crisp with few flash issues and instructions were very clear, mainly on the tube framing but easy to clean. Fit for the sections I used were spot on. This project was a 2 year build. We added a working light board built from an electronics kit. We also kit bashed a few 1/35th scale weapons packs. I'll review those kits later. We painted it black ,white and 3 shades of gray urban camo pattern. I would Highly recommend this Item to all level builders.

"Classic MPC Eagle is back - New decals are a definite improvement - Satisfying build"
wwwilliam (Salt Lake City, UT)
The Eagle Transporter from Space: 1999 was created in the early 1970’s, but the design has aged well and still looks good today. MPC released the kit originally in 1975, and again in 1999. Round2/MPC has brought it back and provided some incentives to buy, even for those who may already have some of the old kits. This model probably looks a lot more complex to build than it really is. Molded in white plastic this time around, a decent model can be had if the builder simply glues it together, adding appropriate painted details such as the silver engine nozzles. A new decal sheet provides a couple easy options for the windows and includes many other markings and details that were not present in other releases. Modelers who desire a more realistic model are easily rewarded since the assembly is very modular, due to the design of the ship and the kit. Parts fit isn’t too bad. A pass of filler putty for gaps in the bottom of the travel pod might be in order. It is a fairly simple matter to putty, sand, prime, and paint the ship in the various subassemblies before final construction and this is probably a good kit for modelers wishing to advance those skills. Accuracy isn’t a hundred percent with a few off-angles here and there, but the advanced modeler can make corrections such as opening up the latticework in the service module corridors and scratch-building the innards. This concession that simplified engineering of the kit in the first place seems to be the biggest criticism leveled by avid Space: 1999 modeler/aficionados. The new box is a close copy of the 1975 version. An interesting inaccuracy there is depiction of the red fuel tanks, which were never seen on the Eagles in the show. Die-hard fans know that the red stripes on the passenger module represent the Rescue variant. Leaving off the stripes simplifies painting and is accurate for the plainer-looking passenger Eagle. There is plenty of modeling fun to be had here. This kit will not disappoint.


Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard please kee away from children 3 years of age and younger.