Y-WING STARFIGHTER
(Green deco)

Source: Expanded Universe:
(During A New Hope)

Year: 2008

Assortment: 3" Vehicles

Retail: $6.99

Date Stamp: 2004

Features:

  • Retractable Landing Gear
  • Rotating Cannon
  • Display Stand
  • Manufacturer: Koensayr
    Role: Attack starfighter
    Record: Most often destroyed Rebel ship
    Size: 16 meters long
    Weapons: Laser cannons, ion cannons, proton torpedos
    Affiliation: Rebel Alliance
    Comments: At one time, the Y-Wing starfighter was the most common ship in service with the Rebel Alliance. Despite being slower and less maneuverable than most other starfighters in general use, this ship has a very distinguished record with its origins in the very beginning of the Rebellion. Many Y-Wings are even still in service throughout the galaxy, despite their advanced age. Powerful deflector shields, and armor plating worthy of a small capital ship make the Y-Wing far tougher than it looks, giving it a serious edge against lightly armored Imperial fighters. Its heavy weapon capacity also makes it a very effective anti-ship fighter.



    Points of Interest:
  • This version of the Y-Wing Starfighter is a repaint of Y-Wing Starfighter.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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