SLAVE I

Source:
(The Empire Strikes Back)

Manufacturer:
Code 3 Collectibles

Year: 2004

Assortment:
Die Cast Replica

Assortment No. : 15005-0000

Retail: $295.00

Limited Edition: 0105 of 5,000

Comments: The most authentic reproduction of the Slave I to date. Every detail of the original model has been captured and recreated in die cast with astonishing precision.

The action and excitement of the legendary Star Wars saga is embodied in this authentic limited edition replica. Slave I captures all the essence of its dangerous owner, with its many deadly surprises. With over 450 individual parts, this replica features exquisite details all scaled from the original Slave I, including rotation of the cockpit capsule, wind rotation and movable short-range twin blaster cannons. Removable panels expose astounding detail of the interior, including the sensor jamming unit, tractor beam generator, and proton torpedoes. Included is a specialized stand to allow Slave I to be displayed as it flies in a vertical position. This compelling showpiece is painted to emphasizing its distinctive weathered exterior. This replica of Slave I was molded based on the models and photos from the Lucasfilm archives.

This compelling display piece is the ultimate in die cast modeling, complete with a glass covered base and pewter nameplate. This special release is one of only 5,000 pieces produced.

Also Available:
A special edition of Slave I signed by Jeremy Bullock, the actor who originally portrayed Boba Fett.

  • Limited to 500 pieces
  • Includes a signature plaque
  • FREE acrylic case

Accessories: 

  • Specialized Magnetic Tool to remove and replace removable panels from your model
  • Custom Resin Display Base with glass top and pewter plaque
  • Mandalorian Patch
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Tool Box to hold removable panels and specialized tool
  • Han Solo encased in carbonite

Note: Acrylic case available separately. Case shown is from the X-Wing Fighter.



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