Posted by Dustin on December 17, 2012 at 05:02 PM CST
The Replica Prop Forum is proud to offer a Star Wars Episode II Clone Trooper Captain Helmet to one lucky fan! This 1:1 scale replica from eFX Collectibles retails for $400 USD and includes the following features:

Recreated from digital files supplied by the Lucasfilm Archives
Fiberglass construction
Fully padded interior
LED reflector in fin (Requires 2 AAA LR03 batteries)
Smoked T-shaped visor Display Stand
Matte and weathered finish with unique Clone Captain rank coloring.
Numbered Plaque with Plaque Stand
Certificate of Authenticity
Worldwide Edition Size - 400

HOW TO ENTER: Just 'like' the Replica Prop Forum Facebook page right here. You can also increase your chances of winning by following the RPF on Twitter or Tweeting about this giveaway. It's that simple!

This promotion is sponsored by Movie Prop Sites, LLC. Giveaway runs from December 17, 2012 at 12:00am (GMT-7) through December 20, 2012 at 12:00am (GMT-7). The Replica Prop Forum will cover shipping fees including insurance. Winner will be contacted via the email provided by entrants and must reply with a valid mailing address by December 25, 2012 or another winner may be selected. Good luck!
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