IMPERIAL TIE FIGHTER eFX Studio Scale Model Imperial TIE Fighter eFX Prop Replica Model - Limited Edition - A New Hope
The Imperial TIE (Twin Ion Engine) Fighter is one of many iconic symbols of the evil Galactic Empire. TIE Fighters are single-pilot starfighters and at only 8.99 meters long, they were designed for the fast paced dogfights with the Rebellion's X-Wing starfighters. The short ranged TIE Fighters were stationed on Star Destroyers and the Empire's ultimate symbol of oppression, the Death Star, so that they can be easily deployed throughout the galaxy.

The Standard TIE Fighter was the basis for other variants of the TIE series of starfighters including Darth Vader's TIE, also seen in A New Hope, the TIE Bomber in The Empire Strikes Back and the TIE Interceptor seen in Return of the Jedi.
Product Packaging
Product Information
Manufacturer: eFX Collectibles
Collection: Studio Scale
Source: Star Wars: A New Hope
Year: 2012
First Revealed: 2009 San Diego Comic-Con
Pre-order Date: October 2010
Ship Date: November 2012
Item Number: 01122002
Original Retail: $999
Edition Size: 657 pieces
Included In The Box:
  • Screen Accurate Imperial TIE Fighter
  • Display Stand (Base, Rod, (1) Unique Screw, Washer)
  • Hex Wrench
  • CR2032 Battery
  • Individually Numbered Plate
  • Numbered Plate Display Stand
  • Certificate Of Authenticity
  • Historical Pamphlet in Envelope
  • Instructions Pamphlet
  • Registration Form
  • eFX Sticker Sheet
Product Measurements & Weight:
  • Complete model with base: 18 1/16" High x 14 1/2" Wide
  • Base: 17 1/16" x 18 1/16"
  • Total displayed product weight: 17 pounds, 4 ounces

Text and Photography by Chris Wyman

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