NYCC 2012 LEGO Exclusive Luke Skywalker's Chibi Landspeeder

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  • Symmetry_ 3y

    :3
  • Gabe Umland 3y

    this looks better than the last few!
  • -[STORM]- 3y

    Do you make this guys up? Or are this real?
  • legomocs. 3y

  • martinbrick12 3y

    Awesome!
  • th_squirrel 3y

    Aww, so cute!
  • Aaron Bulger 3y

    D'awww.
  • PortaI 3y

    Pretty nice little set.
  • _drdesignz_ 3y

    Awesome, I have the Darth Maul and Slave 1 tins. I'll need to get this one too.
  • ModestLife 3y

    Thassadorable!
  • Duq 3y

    Lots of differences between the label and the model. Light grey grille brick vs masonry brick around the front, tan slopes vs dark grey slopes on the engines, missing grille tile on the side of the engine, different mount for the side engines...
    Looks cute though.
  • Gregorovich9 3y

    I like it. I mean, I won't hunt it down and pay ridiculous amounts of money for it, but it's a very nice, cute wee model.

    I hope LEGO make more of these great little tins; It's very unlikely I'll ever own any, but they're just good to look at and interesting to see how they're done.
  • Raptor Fett GP 3y

    haha this is awesome! why don't they just make these as regular sets? those would be so much fun to play with!
  • Penciller Zero 3y

    Very cute. Hope to get one at the show (crossing fingers). Wonder if there are more exclusive like with the super-heroe figs from SDCC?
  • ben lesso 3y

    is that a new hair piece or can;t i keep up with LEGO star wars?
  • Jay Frankett 3y

    Check out my Lone Ranger Minifigs - Jay Frankett
  • C Morgenweck 3y

  • eurobrickZzz 3y

    sweet. they should make this into a line. better than the planet sets.
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