The X-34 landspeeder was a model of civilian landspeeder manufactured by SoroSuub Corporation and available during the Galactic Civil War between the Galactic Empire and the Alliance to Restore the Republic.
X-34 landspeeders were utilized as civilian transports perfect for traveling smoothly over even the roughest terrain. For this reason, they found use in harsh desert climates, and were in operation on the planet Tatooine during the Imperial Era. The farmboy Luke Skywalker owned an old and battered X-34 which he made extensive use of to travel through the planet's deserts, leaving the craft sand-pocked and sun-faded, and missing its portside turbine cowling. Skywalker kept the landspeeder in good working order with tinkering and careful maintenance, which proved essential in the desert environment. He sold the landspeeder in Mos Eisley for two thousand credits after the deaths of his aunt and uncle, Beru and Owen Lars, and used the money to help pay for transport to the planet Alderaan. Around this time, following the release of the XP-38, demand for X-34s had dropped in favor of the newer model. During the Galactic Civil War, the Alliance to Restore the Republic utilized X-34 landspeeders retrofitted with blaster cannons.
Young Jedi will love pretending to power across the Tatooine desert with this new-for-January-2020, collectible LEGO® Star Wars™ Luke Skywalker’s X-34 Landspeeder (75271)! More detailed than ever before, there’s space for the Luke and C-3PO minifigures, an opening trunk with macrobinoculars inside, and a clip for Luke's blaster rifle to inspire creative play. And kids can reimagine Star Wars: A New Hope action with the buildable cave hideout for an armed Jawa minifigure.
Intuitive Instructions PLUS are available within the free LEGO Life app for this popular Star Wars building toy for kids – even younger children can easily zoom in on, rotate and view the construction model as they build the real-life version.
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Zoom! Let young Jedi role-play as Luke Skywalker driving this new-for-January 2020 Star Wars™ X-34 landspeeder (75271), with cool details including a trunk for his macrobinoculars and a clip for his blaster rifle.
This popular building toy includes 3 minifigures – famous Star Wars™ character Luke Skywalker (with a new-for-January-2020 fabric poncho), C-3PO, plus an armed Jawa in its buildable cave hideout for conflict play.
Fans can reimagine action from Star Wars: A New Hope with this brilliantly detailed buildable Star Wars™ toy vehicle – and there are plenty of LEGO® bricks to encourage endless creative building and play.
Fun to build and great for solo or group play, this 236-piece Star Wars™ building toy for kids makes a top birthday or Christmas gift for youngsters aged 7+, or a nostalgic surprise for any fan of Star Wars: A New Hope.
Luke's landspeeder measures over 1” (5cm) high, 7” (20cm) long and 4” (11cm) wide – small enough to pop into a bag with the cave build and Star Wars™ minifigures, ready for play wherever kids go!
This LEGO® Star Wars™ collectible construction toy is made purely with LEGO building bricks and powered by children’s creativity – no batteries required – so the playtime adventures never run out of energy!
Make building extra fun for kids with intuitive Instructions PLUS via the LEGO® Life app. Even younger builders can zoom, rotate and visualize this buildable Star Wars™ model as they create the real-life version.
LEGO® Star Wars™ construction playsets open up a rich galaxy of building and role-play adventures for kids (and adult fans) to recreate scenes from the saga or dream up their own unique adventures.
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