ARC-170 STARFIGHTER

Source: Expanded Universe:
Clone Wars

Year: 2007

Assortment: 3" Vehicles

Retail: $5.99

Date Stamp: 2005

Features:

  • Display Stand
  • Manufacturer: Incom/Subpro
    Function: Aggressive Reconnaissance Starfighter
    Crew: 2 Pilots, 1 Gunner
    Size: 14.5 Meters Long
    Weapons: Laser Cannons, Proton Torpedoes
    Affiliation: Galactic Republic
    Comments: The workhorse of the Republic navy, the ARC-170 is one of the most widely deployed fighter craft of the Clone Wars. Fast and well-armed enough to take on multiple Trade Federation fighter craft, but heavily-armored enough to deliver ordnance against enemy capital ships, this fighter is an ideal all-purpose war machine. In addition to formidable offensive capabilities, the ARC-170 is outfitted with a highly advanced long-range sensor suite and a substantial hyperspace drive, making it as valuable a reconnaissance platform as it is an assault fighter. As many battles are won by the Republic due to the information delivered by a single ARC-170 serving as advance scout as by ten squadrons of starfighters annihilating Separatist forces.


    Points of Interest:
  • This version of the ARC-170 Starfighter is a repaint of the ship from Revenge of the Sith & the Clone Wars. It was originally available in a Wal-Mart exclusive multipack.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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