Electronic
REBEL SNOWSPEEDER

Source:
(The Empire Strikes Back)


Year: 1995

Retail: $29.99

Assortment: Vehicles

Assortment Number: 69585

UPC Number: 7628169585

Packaging Variations:

  • None


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Real Movie Sounds
  • Opening Dual Cockpit
  • Automatic Landing Gear
  • Firing Harpoon Cannon With Tow Cable
  • Genuine Firing Sound and Flashing Laser Cannons
  • Model: Rebel Alliance Combat Snowspeeder
    Affiliation: Rebel Alliance
    Crew: 1 Pilot, 1 Gunner
    Length: 5.5 Meters
    Maximum Speed: 570 kph
    Weapons: Double Laser Cannon, Power Harpoon With Tow Cable

    Comments: As the battle for freedom took to the frozen planet of Hoth, Rebel Alliance forces transformed the Incom T-47 airspeeder to a snowspeeder. They achieved this by equipping it with coated, angled, heavy armor plating, placing dust covers over intake and exhaust ports and adding insulation to handle the extreme temperatures.

    Manned by a crew of two, a forward-facing pilot and rear-facing gunner, the snowspeeder's firepower consists of twin laser cannons mounted on the front fuselage and a rear-mounted harpoon cannon with tow cable.

    The snowspeeder's harpoon was the only weapon that was successful in the fight against the fearsome Imperial AT-AT vehicles. The harpoon was fired at the legs of the walker, entangling them and toppling the vehicle, rendering it useless.

    Point of Interest: This version of the Rebel Snowspeeder is similar to the vintage vehicle, with additional engine sculpted detailing on the right side.


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