XP-34 LANDSPEEDER

Source: Expanded Universe:
The Phantom Menace

Year: 2008

Assortment: 3" Vehicles

Retail: $6.99

Date Stamp: 2005

Features:

  • Rolling Action
  • Engine Hatch
  • Display Stand
  • Manufacturer: SoroSuub Corporation
    Function: Personal transport
    Weapons: None
    Size: 3.4 meters long
    No Room For: An astromech
    Engines: 3 gas turbines
    Comments: roduced on the corporate world of Sullust and distributed across the galaxy, the XP-34 was one of the most popular and reliable vehicles of its day. Even now, gearheads from the Core to the Outer Rim often remember a beat up XP-34 as their first restoration project, since their ubiquity makes finding spare parts easy. Fast and maneuverable for such an old vehicle, many are restored and modified for amateur racing, while even more can still be found working as utility vehicles in agricultural and industrial sectors throughout the galaxy.


    Points of Interest:
  • This version of the XP-34 Landspeeder is a repaint of Landspeeder.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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