1:100 Scale Area S-4 Sport Model Flying Saucer UFO Model
1:100 Scale Area S-4 Sport Model Flying Saucer UFO Model
1:100 Scale Area S-4 Sport Model Flying Saucer UFO Model
1:100 Scale Area S-4 Sport Model Flying Saucer UFO Model
1:100 Scale Area S-4 Sport Model Flying Saucer UFO Model
1:100 Scale Area S-4 Sport Model Flying Saucer UFO Model
1:100 Scale Area S-4 Sport Model Flying Saucer UFO Model
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1:100 Scale Area S-4 Sport Model Flying Saucer UFO Model

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  • Finely detailed futuristic spacecraft model based on drawings by Bob Lazar 
  • Detailed reactor deck with element 115 reactor core, seating for three aliens, three gravity amplifiers, and central axial waveguide 
  • Detailed open gravity emitter lower deck  
  • Includes diffused translucent plastic "Abduction Light Cone" which functions as a stand for the UFO model
  • Interior decks of ship and Abduction Light Cone can be lighted easily with fiber optic or LED lighting (lighting not included)
  • Spacecraft Size Approx 118.4 x 118.4 x 56mm (LxWxH)
  • Abduction Light Cone Size Approx 74.7 x 74.7 x 99.2 mm (LxWxH) 
  • For best results, lightly sand, finish, paint and detail for an out-of-this-world look

Scale model of the S-4 "Sport Model" UFO as described and drawn by Bob Lazar.  

The prototype ship reportedly used a triangular chunk of a stable (as yet undiscovered by Earth science) isotope of Moscovium (Element 115) in a central hemispherical reactor sitting atop a small particle accelerator to generate small quantities of antimatter to power an amplification of the weak nuclear force and extend and direct this force beyond the ship to warp space.  This allows for travel to distant points at speeds unimaginable via 21st century Earth technology.

This small craft is reportedly one of several which were being experimented on in Area S-4 in the Nevada desert, just south of the famous Area 51.   The prototype was reportedly manufactured of a single alloy of grey metal or perhaps some type of ceramic material beyond anything obtainable by existing metallurgy or manufacturing processes, with no seams or fasteners or wiring, as if it were constructed in one piece.

This ship was designed for at least three alien crew approximately three feet tall.  Lazar said he never saw what was in the upper deck of the craft but thought it might contain a navigational computer.  We have left that deck empty for easier placement of model lighting and allowed the modeler access to the deck via a removable plastic lid which simply sits on top. The lid can be glued in place if desired.  

We have no idea if Bob Lazar's story is legitimate or whether it's just compelling science fiction.  Our goal with this model was to get it as close to his descriptions and drawings as possible for a model in this scale. 

FRAGILE: Scale model is for display only - not a child's toy.   

Static model with no moving parts. Cannot be used to actually generate or propel measurable gravity waves.  

ELEMENT 115 NOT INCLUDED.

Recommended age 14 years minimum.