LANDSPEEDER

Source: Expanded Universe

Year: 2005

Assortment: Convertibles

Retail: $12.99

Assortment Number: 85861/85790

UPC Number: 6 53569 09217 9

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Luke Skywalker
  • Comments: The Galactic Heroes are here...Fire up your landspeeder and blast off to adventures in a galaxy far, far away! The coolest Star Wars heroes and villains are ready for battle. Are you? Head for the stars and get into the hyperdrive fun of Star Wars!

    Riding in a super-charged landspeeder that can convert to a desert crawler, Rebel hero Luke Skywalker is ready for action. Luke battles dangerous Tusken Raiders as he cruises over the desert sands of Tatooine. With lightsaber in hand and the power of the Force guiding him, Luke is ready to take on Darth Vader and the evil Empire!



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  • This awesome Galactic Heroes vehicle is a two-in-one racer thatís souped up for fun! Free-rolling wheels make it easy to push along! When youíre ready for a change of scenery, pull the shifter to flip the engines down and convert Lukeís landspeeder into a crawler, perfect for more thrilling desert adventures on Tatooine! Head for the stars with your favorite Galactic Hero, and get into the hyperdrive fun!
  • Cool landspeeder converts with the shift of a lever into a desert crawler!
  • Comes with Luke Skywalker figure with lightsaber!
  • The Landspeeder is a retooled version of the TONKA "Gator" vehicle. Click here for the full report.
  • The Luke Skywalker figure is a repack of the figure from the 2004 Luke Skywalker & R2-D2 set.
  • Photography by Jay Shepard

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