Build a floating tank Imperial Assault Hovertank have another great part to the collection of LEGO Star Wars. Lego Star Wars is great fun for young and old fans of this immortal saga. In an instant you to a world of Star Wars, where you can fight against the dark side of the Force lightsaber.
Sestavte si vznášející se tank Imperial Assault Hovertank a máte další skvělou součást do sbírky LEGO Star Wars. Lego Star Wars is great fun for young and old fans of this immortal saga. In an instant you to a world of Star Wars, where you can fight against the dark side of the Force lightsaber. Or do you prefer to create your own original and completely new story? Imagination has no limits! This kit is full of action and adventure will entertain you and your older branch and on for hours. Lego develops through play creativity and imagination. Compared with other bricks Lego kit provides strength, colour fastness and dimensional accuracy, which means easy assembly and disassembly. Believe that this toy will last unchanged for generations.
Designed for children 7 to 12 years
Chirrut put up a fight stormtroopers, who patrol the streets of its hit the floating tank the Empire, and it looks like it will need your help. Invasive floating tank the Empire is the most exciting patrol vehicle. It features twin spring ejection ideal to attack rebels and zvedajícími with side arms, which discourages many a striker. Cargo door can be opened, as well as the cockpit for the mini figure. Sophisticated transparent bikes have to give the impression that the car floats.
3 mini figure - Chirrut Imwe with his cloth jacket and two Stormtroopers
tank armor with a detailed and transparent wheels
double spring Ejection
2 opening cargo door
opening cockpit for the mini figure at the top
rising lateral arms
bow, rod and 2 blasters
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