LEGO Star Wars UCS Y-Wing Starfighter 75181 Announced for May 4th

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Own part of Star Wars history with LEGO® Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Y-Wing Starfighter, featuring opening cockpit, wheel-activated rotating ion cannons, retractable skids, plus a minifigure and droid.

This LEGO® Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series model has an amazing level of detail, including an opening minifigure cockpit for the included Gold Leader minifigure, wheel-activated rotating ion cannons on top, retractable landing skids and space for the R2-BHD astromech droid. This fantastic Star Wars toy also comes with a tilting display stand and informational fact plaque, making it the perfect centerpiece for your collection.

  • Includes a Gold Leader minifigure and an R2-BHD droid.
  • Features highly authentic detailing, opening minifigure cockpit, wheel-activated rotating ion cannons on top, retractable landing skids and space for the included R2-BHD astromech droid.
  • Also includes the Gold Leader’s blaster pistol.
  • Display the model on the tilting stand with informational fact plaque.
  • Makes the perfect centerpiece for any LEGO® Star Wars collection.
  • Part of the Ultimate Collector Series.
  • Measures over 2” (7cm) high, 24” (61cm) long and 11” (30cm) wide, and over 9” (24cm) high mounted on stand.

Ages 14+  1,967 pieces.

US $199.99 – CA $249.99- DE 199.99€ – FR 199.99€ – UK £169.99- DK  1799DKK

*Euro pricing varies by country.  Please visit shop.LEGO.com for regional pricing.

Available exclusively from 4th May, 2018 through LEGO® stores

shop.LEGO.com, LEGO® Stores or via phone:

 

US Contact Center                                1-800-453-4652

CA (English) Contact Center                   1-800-453-4652

CA (French) Contact Center                   1-877-518-5346

European Contact Center                      00-800-5346-1111

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  1. That’s a good-looking ship! My grandsons, Lance and Liam play w/KSP and other air/spacecraft design games and come up with really interesting designs, including the boosters, rockets, etc. needed to get them off the ground and out of the atmosphere to other planets in the games. They played w/Jéan’s Star Wars figures, etc., when they were toddlers and he’d just sit and watch them enjoy his little R2 units, etc. w/o worrying about them harming anything – and they didn’t. I still have all that. Sadly, Ken and da boyz have never had any interest in the collection, so it’s here w/me in my apartment in boxes, tubs, etc. Kind of like my own little Dantooine, here.
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