TATOOINE SKIFF

Source: (Return of the Jedi)

Year: 1999
(Target Exclusive)

Retail: $19.99

Assortment: Vehicles

Assortment Number: 26458/26457

UPC Number: 7693026458

Jedi Master Points: 20

Packaging Variations:

  • None


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Unique Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker
  • Lightsaber
  • Sliding Rudders
  • Movable Steering Vanes
  • Breakaway Side Rails
  • Retractable Plank
  • Model: Ubrikkian Bantha II Cargo Skiff
    Function: Patrol and escort
    Crew: 1 Driver
    Length: 9 Meters
    Speed: 250 mp Per Hour

    Comments: Over the arid Western Dune Sea on Tatooine, Jabba the Hutt sentences his victims to be cast into the maw of the mighty Sarlacc, much to the raucous amusement of his palace minions. In the final attempt to escape from the clutches of the vile crime lord, the Rebel heroes launch a surprise attack. And so...the daring confrontation aboard the Tatooine skiff ignites!

    Points of Interest:
  • The Tatooine Skiff was cast in both green and tan plastic.
  • The Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker figure was originally made with his waist assembled backwards. This was corrected in the second variation.
  • The arms of this figure are the same as those on the Complete Galaxy Luke -- with additional blaster damage on the right hand -- and similar to the Rancor Beast Pack Luke. The head is the same as these and and also the Final Jedi Duel Luke. The chest and articulated legs are unique.

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