Product code: 73250219Board the stolen Imperial Shuttle Tydirium, set the wings for flying mode and race to Endor with Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca and the Endor Rebel Troopers.
As featured in the exciting scenes leading up to the destruction of the Empire’s second Death Star in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, this impressive LEGO Star Wars starship features folding wings for flight and landing modes, retractable landing gear and an opening cockpit with space for 2 minifigures. There’s also an opening access hatch, opening centre section with space for more minifigures and 2 cool spring-loaded shooters to fend off any pursuing Imperial starships!
Includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapons: Han Solo in Endor outfit, Princess Leia in Endor outfit, Chewbacca and 2 Endor Rebel Troopers. Weapons include 2 blaster pistols, 2 blasters and Chewbacca’s crossbow.
Imperial Shuttle measures L23 x W19 x H29cm (landing mode); L23 x W47 x H41cm (flight mode).
- Box: H38 x W35 x D9.5cm
- Lego Type
- LEGO Star Wars
- Model name / number
- New In Product Type
- Number of pieces
- Suitable From
- 9 years
- Toy Character
- Star Wars
- Not suitable for children under 3 years
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