Star Wars™ A-wing Starfighter™ (75003)

Battle the Imperial Fleet with the super-agile A-Wing Starfighter™!

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Bring the battle to the evil Empire with the Rebel Alliance's super-fast A-wing Starfighter! As featured in Star Wars™: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, the agile A-wing, with an opening cockpit, is perfect for attacking the Imperial Fleet! Build the same lightning-fast ship that destroyed Darth Vader’s Executor! Then, take on the Imperial forces with Admiral Ackbar, an A-wing pilot and Han Solo!

• Includes 3 minifigures: Admiral Ackbar, A-wing pilot and Han Solo
• A-wing Starfighter features 4 flick missiles, opening cockpit and removable engine
• Weapons include a blaster pistol
• Accessories include mug and a wrench
• Collect the A-wing pilot helmet, being featured for the first time ever by LEGO® Star Wars™!
• Bring the battle to the Imperial Fleet!
• Fire the missiles!
• Remove the engine!
• A-wing Starfighter measures over 2” (7cm) high, 7” (19cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide


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Admiral Ackbar, Han Solo and a Rebel pilot
Age 9-12
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Star Wars™ A-wing Starfighter™ (75003) is rated 4.7719 out of 5 by 57.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good model, bad stickers This is a great set I received as a birthday gift a while ago. I like the minifigs, especially Admiral Ackbar (IT'S A TRAP!). The helmet and printing on the A-Wing pilot minifig are outstanding, and really puts the other two minfigs to shame. It is a VERY sturdy build, the only things that break off if it is dropped are the tail fins, which was kinda expected. The set does have a few drawbacks, however. Firstly, the stickers. I know a ton of people always complain about stickers, but on this model I tend to agree. Some of the stickers are long and thin, and were a little frustrating to apply. The second issue was the flick missiles. I felt that the flick missiles didn't really do this ship justice, they looked kinda silly, and while I see the play value in them, I wanted mine to be a display piece, not a play piece. So I changed them to be more accurate to the film, and I think they look pretty good now, even if they are a little fragile the way I built them. (Pics included) Overall, a good set for the price and very sturdy for play.
Date published: 2016-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from star wars lego Am happy with it . buy it for my son love it recommand it
Date published: 2015-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! A few changes here and there but it's a great little set!:DD
Date published: 2015-04-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from For me, the main attraction here is the rare and highly sought-after Admiral Ackbar. Until this Return of the Jedi-themed set hit the shelves, the high-ranking Mon Calamari had only been available in 2009’s limited edition Home One Mon Calamari Star Cruiser set (#7754), and even then at significant expense. For that reason, until now I’ve always used my Nahdar Vebb minifigure, which shares the same bespoke headpiece as the Rebel fleet’s supreme commander, to utter that immortal phrase, “It’s a trap!”, when recreating the Battle of Endor in LEGO form, but at last I’ve got the admiral in uniform, albeit relaxed enough to be enjoying a cup of space tea. His accompanying A-wing pilot may not be quite as central to the Star Wars saga, but as admirals generally don’t fly starfighters into action, he’s indispensible to this set, and welcome in my collection in any event as my Rebel troops are woefully thin on the ground when measured against their Imperial LEGO counterparts. His appearance here marks the first time that the A-wing helmet has featured in any LEGO Star Wars set, and he also boasts a reversible headpiece bearing a terrified expression that suggests he might be intended to be Arvel Crynyd, who famously took out Darth Vader’s Executor in the spectacular, suicidal dive that spearheaded the original trilogy’s cinematic climax. The inclusion of Han Solo, whose attire has been tweaked again just enough to warrant the block-capitals “NEW!” on the front of the box, is similarly welcome, although as he was down on the forest moon while Ackbar was leading the attack on the Death Star to which this set pays homage, he does feel a little redundant. Personally I’d have preferred to get Mon Mothma (another #7754-exclusive) or, better still, a plain-clothes Lando (rarer still). At least if, like me, you own the recent Jabba’s Palace set, you can just stick its Lando’s headpiece on this latest Han’s body, and voila! The 177-piece ship itself impresses with its sturdiness. Save for its comparatively-flimsy landing gear, it’s 19 x 14cm frame is solid enough to survive being hurled at the bridge of my Executor repeatedly (which is more than can be said of my Executor). It also has some cool features, including the obligatory flick missiles and a more spacious cockpit than I would have expected, though how LEGO can list its “removable engine” as a feature eludes me – it’s LEGO; everything’s removable! It’s not the prettiest of starfighters either - short and stunted, it lacks the elegance of the longer and sleeker ships deployed throughout the Clone Wars or the natural beauty of X-wings.
Date published: 2015-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its Lego need I say more! Grandchildren love Lego. They play with it constantly. Good product. They were happy.
Date published: 2015-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My son loves it!!!! Exactly how we pictured it would be! My son loves Star Wars! He has numerous Star Wars legos and plays with them daily. This set has held up to constant handling and flying around.
Date published: 2015-01-05
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