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LEGO® → System → Star Wars → Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
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TIE Bomber & Asteroid Field
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Item №:

75008

Pieces:

60

Minifigures:

TIE Pilot

Price: Flag-DE €12.99
Flag-UK £9.99

Additional prices:
Flag-FR 12.99 €
Ages:

6-12

Released:

2013

Theme:

Star Wars
    Classic

75008 TIE Bomber & Asteroid Field is a Star Wars series 3 planet set released in January 2013. It contains a mini model of a TIE Bomber, a planet mould with asteroids painted on, and a TIE Pilot minifigure.

LEGO.com Description

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Attack the Rebel forces in the tough TIE Bomber™!

The devastating TIE Bomber™ featured twin hulls, one for the pilot and one for the configurable weapon launchers. Take part in the destruction of the Rebel Alliance’s secret base at the Battle of Hoth in a scene from Star Wars™: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back™, with this serious space battle machine! Set includes a hangable Asteroid Field™, TIE Bomber mini-model, TIE pilot minifigure and a display stand with name plaque.

  • Includes TIE pilot minifigure
  • Features hangable Asteroid Field™ and TIE Bomber™ mini-model
  • Display stand with plaque also included
  • Hang the LEGO® Star Wars™ galaxy from your ceiling with collectible planets!
  • Asteroid Field diameter measures over 3” (8cm)
  • TIE Bomber measures over 1” (3cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and 2” (7cm) wide


Minifigure Included


Notes

  • This set was originally appeared on a 2013 rumour list, and was later confirmed by the LEGO panel at Star Wars Celebration VI.
  • This set features a planet scale asteroid even though in the movie there were multiple asteroids and they were starship sized.

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