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Kill-Wagon was a vessel captained by Abslom Daak, in his efforts to see all Daleks in the universe obliterated. The vessel is capable of being flown by as little as one person, but the original complement seems to have been two—Salander and Daak. The ship has a defensive design curiously similar to that of the Millennium Falcon, in that there are two banks of turrets on either end of the ship that are individually manned by crew, although the external design of the ship is really much more like a modern day military jet.

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Abslom Daak - Dalek Killer (1990)
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