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New Die-Cast Slave I

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Code 3 Collectibles has released a new die-cast Slave I for limited sale.

You can own Boba Fett’s distinctive starship Slave I from Episode V The Empire Strikes Back. This exotic weathered starship is full of surprises, just like its owner. You can open panels with your specialized magnetic tool to expose the stolen military secret sensor jamming unit, the virtually inescapable tractor beam generator, the robust engines, target scanner systems and the concealed proton torpedoes. Slave I’s cockpit rotates as it goes from flight mode, in a vertical attitude, to a landing position with its engines down. You can also rotate Slave I’s wings and short range twin blaster cannons. With your model of the deadly Slave I, you also receive a customized display stand and base, Boba Fett’s bounty hunter patch, a specialized magnetic tool, limited edition certificate and Han Solo encased in carbonite. Don’t miss out on owning one of the most lethal and unique starships from the Star Wars saga!

Base Dimensions: 15.75" (L) x 14.25" (W) x 1.25" (H)

Regular priced at $295.00, or go for the special signature edition signed by Jeremy Bulloch for $499.00. The signature version is limited to 500, and includes a free acrylic case.

Signature from Code 3 Collectibles: Here

Regular from Code 3 Collectibles: Here


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