The famous Falcon DeLacey Cobra Mk. III from the 1984 release of Elite! This wireframe display model has a 7" wingspan (not really wings, but you know what I mean). The model is taken from an archive.org snapshot of the WitchSpace site - someone had converted original BBC files into VRML, and I wrote come code to convert that to openSCAD. The 'wires' are 3mm in diameter. Be warned - there will likely be a lot of model cleanup, and the model itself is delicate - use a new blade on your Xacto, and work slowly.
The snapshot of the site is here: http://web.archive.org/web/20090517122753/http://mackayj.doosh.net/eliteships.html
The ship prints as one piece, and I included some files to make a nice acrylic display stand (it will work with any material at 3mm width, and there is one L-shaped piece to 3D print). The ship is attached to the stand using M2 screws and nuts.
Have a look at the photos for how the stand assembles. The felt piece is intended to glue to the bottom of the stand (felt, by the way, cuts on a laser at low power quite nicely, use hot glue to attach it to the stand).
If you want to have the etched logo on the base, here's how I did that - First I sprayed the back side the of acrylic black, then etched the text/images and cut the base, and then I sprayed red over the etching. Because you view it from the other side, it has a nice, smooth engraved look. Experiment with different contrasting colors.