LEGO Star Wars 75341 Le Landspeeder de Luke Skywalker, Maquette de Vaisseau Spatial, Adultes, Ultimate Collector Series
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So maybe a weird opinion,but I think this would fit beautifully alongside the other 'movie car' replicas - Ecto 1, Batmobile, Delorean, etc. " Anyway, the designers did a really nice job here capturing the landspeeder's colors and "streamline moderne" inspired curves! It's also neat that C-3PO finally has a dual-molded right leg, something that I feel is long overdue. I could just as easily do without some of the other details on that minifigure like the printing on the sides of the legs, but the dual-molded leg is a big improvement over the printed silver details that previous C-3PO minifigs had to settle for.
LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder 75341 Collectible
There are also a few minifig-scale playsets: 10188 / 75159 Death Star, 10236 Ewok Village, and 75098 Assault on Hoth. Recently some clever guy invented some magic tech called "a printer" which can actually "print" stuff on curved pieces and believe it or not, those prints do not peel, fade, or look dirty.oh my word Lego is doing it again! Did anyone else notice that there was a UCS landspeeder that got 10,000 supporters on Lego Ideas and they declined it? now like 10 years later... boom. This LEGO Star Wars collectible set for adults makes a wonderful gift for yourself, another Star Wars connoisseur or any advanced LEGO builder. It comes with step-by-step instructions so you can zone in and enjoy the complex build. I think this looks great! It’s not something that I would buy, but this speeder is iconic, and it looks great in UCS. I do hope that they start doing more prequel UCS sets though.
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder [Review] LEGO Star Wars UCS 75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder [Review]
The landspeeder is a very small vehicle, with the seats essentially sitting on the floor, and the model nicely retains this streamlined look.The rounded nose is built as a completely separate sub-assembly, and it’s where we first delve into some more complex building techniques, as the large quarter-circle slopes don’t come in matching top/bottom versions, so the bottom ones are flipped upside down. There’s also some very interesting techniques to hold the very tip of the nose in place which at first it seemed way over-engineered. But once the curved flex tubing is added later, it’s apparent that the extra strength this design provides is needed. As the sides get built up, a few bits of detail are added with nougat wheel arches turned sideways to make the landspeeder’s scalloped edges.