RED LEADER'S X-WING FIGHTER
(Death Star Trench)

Source: (A New Hope)

Year: 2004
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Assortment: Vehicles

Retail: $29.99

Assortment Number: 32152

UPC Number: 7693034152

Packaging Variations:

  • None


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • Incom 4L4 Fusial Thrust Engines
  • Laser Cannons
  • Opening Canopy
  • Opening S-Foils
  • Folding Landing Gear
  • Read Leader Pilot Figure
  • Model: Incom Corporation T-65 X-Wing Space Superiority Fighter
    Function: Starfighter
    Crew: 1 Pilot and 1 Astromech Droid
    Weapons: 4 Laser Cannons and 2 Proton-Torpedo Launchers
    Power Source: novaldex 04-Z Power generator with Incom 4L4 Fusial Thrust Engines

    Comments: During the Battle of Yavin, the Empire discovered what a threat the Alliance could be. Armed with stolen technical schematics pinpointing the Death Star's weakness, the Rebellion hurled what little resources they had to stop the Imperial menace. A scant collection of battle-weary starfighters darted into the Death Star's shadow, in a desperate effort to spear the battle station's vulnerable exhaust port. One of these starfighters was piloted by the capable and well-repected Red Leader, Garven Dreis. Flying his X-Wing Fighter, Dreis launched his own heroic attempt at destroying the Death Star -- an attempt that resulted in a deadly confrontation with the evil Darth Vader.












    Points of Interest:
  • Red Leader's X-Wing Fighter is the same ship as Saga's Luke Skywalker's X-Wing Fighter, which was modified from POTF2's Luke Skywalker's Red Five X-Wing Fighter.
  • Garven Dreis is made from the body of POTJ's Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) with the head from POTF2's Y-Wing Pilot.

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