Posted by Philip on December 31, 2008 at 09:50 AM CST

eFX ANNOUNCES THE FINAL WORLDWIDE EDITION SIZE OF LUKE SKYWALKER’S™ X-WING™ FX STARFIGHTER “RED FIVE” FX MODEL
December 30, 2008


First of all, all of us at eFX would like to thank everyone who ordered our Luke Skywalker’s X-wing Starfighter “Red Five”, our very first FX Model. We know that these are difficult economic times and many of you had to “stretch” your budget to acquire one. Rest assured that we are confident that you will not be disappointed and this will become one of the premier pieces of your Star Wars collection.

We are pleased to announce the final worldwide edition size of the X-wing will be a very limited 838 pieces. This edition size of 838 will be identified on the plaque.

If you placed a pre-order with us, we will contact you when the X-wings are in stock and ready to ship. At that time, you will be given the option to either pay the balance in full or opt for the layaway plan. Those who choose to pay the balance in full, their X-wings will be shipped immediately. For those who choose the layaway plan, your X-wing will ship after your final payment.

Also, visit our website often, www.efxcollectibles.com, as we will be posting the latest pictures of this incredible replica.

If you should have any questions in regards to the product or your order, please feel free to contact us at customerservice@efxcollectibles.com.

Once again, thank you very much and we wish a Happy New Year and all the best to you, your family and your friends in 2009!
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