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LEGO Star Wars 75341 Le Landspeeder de Luke Skywalker, Maquette de Vaisseau Spatial, Adultes, Ultimate Collector Series

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To answer that question, most UCS sets based on ships that are "starfighter" size or smaller fall into that category: the UCS X-Wing, Y-wing, A-Wing, B-Wing, Snowspeeder, TIE Fighter, TIE Interceptor, etc. When dealing with ships that small, minifigure scale wouldn't really be big enough to allow for an "Ultimate Collector Series" level of detail. Build and display the first-ever LEGO Star Wars UCS version of Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder from Star Wars: A New Hope This Star Wars collectible includes 2 iconic characters: Luke Skywalker with a lightsaber and electro-binoculars plus C-3PO LEGO minifigures

Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder™ 75341 | Star Wars - LEGO

Be transported to the desert planet of Tatooine as you build the first-ever LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series version of Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder (75341). Use new building techniques and custom-made LEGO elements to recreate this iconic vehicle in intricate detail. The new set forms part of the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series sets, which also include the Millennium Falcon, the A-Wing, the Republic Gunship, and the recently released AT-AT. This buildable Star Wars vehicle measures over 4 in. (10 cm) high, 19 in. (49 cm) long and 11.5 in. (30 cm) wide. The landspeeder is a very small vehicle, with the seats essentially sitting on the floor, and the model nicely retains this streamlined look.Unfortunately, there’s a little repetition when it comes to building the three engines of the Lego Star Wars Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder. You’ll build the broken engine first, complete with its exposed wiring and mechanics. Next is the in-tact engine to sit on the other side of the ship, and finally the central engine that sits on top. Yes, you can point at the official survey, in which people voted for the Republic Gunship ahead of Nebulon Frigate & Tie Bomber, which does show that things are changing, but: Yes, you should absolutely buy the Lego Star Wars Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder. This is one of our favorite Lego Star Wars models of recent years, perfectly balancing detail, build quality, and price. Perhaps it’s not quite as impressive in scale as the 7,541 piece Millennium Falcon, but it’s also a quarter of the price.

75341) LEGO® UCS Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder™ Display Case (75341)

Thankfully, Lego has varied the construction of each a little, so each engine isn’t a complete replica of each other. This is perhaps the slowest part of the build, but aside from the stand they’re the last things to do. So, once you’re finished with them, you’ve got a fantastic finished model to admire. Lego Star Wars Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder: Design I'm not complaining. I am just curious how many other SW sets have a vehicle larger than minifigure scale" The landspeeder has two small holes on the underside where the stand slots in, but the rest of the vehicle’s underside is unremarkable. If I had one wish for this model it’s that it were a little closer to the film prop, as opposed to the in-universe vehicle. The real prop had a regular vehicle chassis with wheels that were crudely blurred out (via petroleum jelly on the film) to make it “float”. I would have loved for this landspeeder to include flip-down wheels so that it could be pushed around “floating” on the ground. But I also understand why LEGO didn’t go this route, as UCS models have always tried to be as accurate to the in-universe designs as possible. Still, it seems a relatively easy modification to make, so undoubtedly some fans will design a great conversion.The nose clips into the body of the speeder, and then plates and tiles are laid over it, more or less permanently affixing it. You won’t be able to easily remove it to fit the landspeeder in a smaller box, for instance. Today, the LEGO Group announces the new epic LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker Landspeeder set – the latest in the LEGO Ultimate Collector Series (UCS). A faithful recreation of Luke’s battered vehicle, the new 1,890-piece model is a must-have for Star Wars and LEGO fans alike. The canopy is the only wholly new element, but there are a few other elements of note. First of all, this set is a goldmine for nougat elements, with 302 spread across 16 elements. Some of them are new in nougat to this set, such as the mudguards.

75341 UCS Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder Display Case for LEGO 75341

Perhaps someday LEGO will create miniland-scale figures to accompany UCS sets, but for now, here’s a miniland-scale R2-D2. And speaking of figures, let’s take a look at them now. Use clever building techniques to construct the recognisable features plus a custom-made LEGO element captures the windscreen’s shape This LEGO Star Wars collectible set for adults makes a wonderful gift for yourself, another Star Wars connoisseur or any advanced LEGO builder. It comes with step-by-step instructions so you can zone in and enjoy the complex build. Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder is an iconic vehicle from the Star Wars universe, and as such it deserves to be treated with love and respect. Lego has done a great job over the years replicating it in various sizes, but none come close to the accuracy and attention-to-detail of ths UCS Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder.

Most, but not by a huge margin. The Death Star, SSD, ISD (x2), and Tantive IV are smaller scale. The Falcon (x2), Tyderium, Slave I, AT-AT, are about the same scale. Naboo Starfighter and sandcrawler are at or smaller than minifig scale. Then you’ve got X-Wing (x2), Y-Wing (x2), A-Wing, B-Wing, Snowspeeder (x2), TIE Fighter, Vader’s TIE, TIE Interceptor, AT-ST, Jedi Starfighter, and Republic Gunship that are all clearly larger. That’s 5:7:14, so just over half, if you eliminate character builds and playsets from the discussion. The other two engines on the right and top are very similar to each other but because of the way they attach to the vehicle they vary a bit in construction. Each of them uses a version of this central core with lots of SNOT elements for omni-directional studs. I still want my Ep6 speederbike! There was also a a lot of support for a Nebbie, a twin-pod cloud car or a T-16 might be interesting, the sail barge would be popular, the skiff probably less-so, and they could probably make the Rebel transport and at least one Mon Cal cruiser work (but they’d need to be spaced out a bit. They could make the SE Imperial landing craft, but I don’t know how well that would play vs the Tyderium. There will also be repeats of vehicles that have already been done. So, there’s a lot of life left besides just the Bomber. But I’m also hoping to get the Soulless One someday, and Jango’s Slave I. If they get to the point where they’re making one of those Yavin base ferries as a UCS set, _then_ they need to abandon the OT. While the flex tubes may be the most novel technique in the set, with just the landspeeder’s engines left, the rest of the build is far from boring. Each of the three engines is unique and they’re delightfully complex with studs in all directions and ample use of half-stud offsets and clip connections. The first engine to build is the left, and it’s the one that makes this Luke’s landspeeder rather than a generic X-34, as it’s missing most of its exterior paneling. The rounded nose is built as a completely separate sub-assembly, and it’s where we first delve into some more complex building techniques, as the large quarter-circle slopes don’t come in matching top/bottom versions, so the bottom ones are flipped upside down. There’s also some very interesting techniques to hold the very tip of the nose in place which at first it seemed way over-engineered. But once the curved flex tubing is added later, it’s apparent that the extra strength this design provides is needed.

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