AT-AP ALL TERRAIN ATTACK POD Star Wars The Vintage Collection
Announced at Hasbro's presentation at the 2011 New York Comic-Con, the first non-Original Trilogy-era vehicles to be released in Kenner-style packaging consisted of two repaints, the AT-AP (All Terrain Attack Pod) originally released in the 30th Anniversary Collection in 2008, and the Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter (which is actually a repaint of the Anakin's Jedi Starfighter from the 2005 Revenge of the Sith line), and a virtual repack of the Republic V-19 Torrent Starfighter which was originally released in The Clone Wars collection in 2008. The V-19 also revealed for the first time The Clone Wars logo wrapped within the Star Wars banner, looking similar in style to that of The Empire Strikes Back logo.

Scheduled to be released on Hasbro's street date of January 30th, 2012, the vehicles, much like many other items due to be available at the same time, were first spotted in stores more than a week earlier, priced around the $30 mark.

Canadian Product Packaging
Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2012
Original Retail: $29.99
Assortment Number: 38884
UPC Number: 6 53569 75006 2
What's In The Box?
  • AT-AP (9 pieces)
  • Missile Projectile
  • Sticker Sheet
  • Instruction Sheet
About This Vehicle
  • The Vintage Collection AT-AP All Terrain Attack Pod is a repaint of the 2008 AT-AP Walker from the 30th Anniversary Collection. The paint design on this version is very similar to the version released in 2010 as part of The Clone Wars line.

Text by Adam Lamping

Photography by D. Martin Myatt

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