Unfortunately, the Fireflower Airship has been mainly dismantled as of last summer when I needed the table space to break ground for the giant LEGO NES controller. Since the ship was rather rickety and unstable, most of it broke apart as I tried to carefully place each module in a large storage tub. For example, the bow and stern are essentially mainly intact, but with major damage - and some sections are completely destroyed:
Furthermore, since the ship was built in several modules with weak attachment, it wouldn’t be practical to send it through the mail without completely dismantling and rebuilding it. Also, I’ve extracted a portion of the ship to use as part of my public LEGO gallery next month: you see, Nintendo of America recently contacted me in regards to my Nintendo themed creations, and thus commissioned me to create a large Wii U diorama at the Rockefeller Center’s Nintendo World Store in mid-March! Aside from the Wii display, I’ll be putting in the gallery a piece of the airship, in addition to Domaster & Tetrawing, and possibly some of my recent Zelda projects.
That being said, the Fireflower isn’t for sale (or, what’s left of it, anyway) - but thanks for your interest!
-Baron von Brunk