Posted by D_Martin on October 20, 2005 at 01:02 PM CST



Anakin’s Starfighter
This vehicle sports the green deco of the ship Darth Vader flew to massacre the Emperor’s now-obsolete business associates In Revenge Of The Sith.



Naboo Royal Cruiser
This classic ship from The Phantom Menace features what would appear to be a little Droid door on the right wing. Good chance there’s a little R2-D2 that’ll pop out of it too.



Battle Ravaged Millenium Falcon
Prehaps the most misleading name in modern toy collectibles. A No Prize to the first person who can figure out what makes this Falcon “Battle Ravaged”.



Wookiee Flyer
This vehicle from Revenge Of The Sith, much like its 3 3/4 scale counterpart is accompanied only with its pilot. At least anyone so inspired could throw any of their own Wookiee army in the gunner seat, Titanium collectors don’t get as gracious an opportunity to do the same, so there you have it. Way to go.


Hats off to Rebelscum reader Kris for the images and store report.
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