ARC-170 FIGHTER
(Firing Blaster Cannons!)

Source:
(Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2005

Assortment: Gunship Vehicles

Retail: $29.99

Assortment Number: 85457/85414

UPC Number: 5356902415

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Swing-Down Handle
  • Firing Cannons
  • Dropping Proton Torpedos
  • Socket can fit a Droid figure
  • Opening Wings
  • 2 Missiles
  • 2 Bombs
  • Extra labels that can be applied anywhere
  • Comments: The ARC-170 (Aggressive ReConnaissance) fighter blasts into battle! Clone troopers are specially trained to serve aboard these attack and recon vessels. The ARC-170 carries a crew of three and has an astromech droid to handle in-flight operations. The well-armed fighter lives up to its name as an aggressive vehicle against Separatist forces.







    Points of Interest:
  • Launch your clone fighter pilots into battle with this awesome ship that’s loaded with action features!
  • Swing down the handle for easy maneuverability: you can “pilot” the craft through space!
  • Fire the wing cannons’ real working projectiles or drop proton torpedoes on the enemy!
  • Adjust the wings as you prepare for battle… you can even insert an R2 unit (sold separately) into the droid slot!
  • It’s action suited only for the dramatic conclusion of the Star Wars saga!
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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