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Argos LEGO® Star Wars Twin-Pod Cloud Car and Bespin - 9678 - £1.99
Argos LEGO® Star Wars Twin-Pod Cloud Car and Bespin - 9678 - £1.99

Argos LEGO® Star Wars Twin-Pod Cloud Car and Bespin - 9678 - £1.99

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Gas planet Bespin plays a key role in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back when Luke Skywalker travels to Cloud City to rescue his friends. However, it's a trap and he is forced to battle evil Darth Vader. This set includes an accurate model of Bespin, a Lobot minifigure, a twin-pod cloud car mini-model, a weapon, and a display stand with name plaque. Collect the other Series 2 sets: 9677 X-wing Starfighter and Yavin 4 and 9679 AT-ST and Endor!

LEGO® model number: 9678

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The Lobot figure is exclusive to this set, and worth more than this alone.

humza100

I have no idea why this set is always so cheap and all the other planet … I have no idea why this set is always so cheap and all the other planet series are never under 7 or 8 quid


...apart from when they are

Wicked, lots of cool stuff at Argos today!

Why can't they make stuff like this in proper Star Wars stuff? Sick of Lego colonising everything.

Elevation

Why can't they make stuff like this in proper Star Wars stuff?


What?

Elevation

Why can't they make stuff like this in proper Star Wars stuff? Sick of … Why can't they make stuff like this in proper Star Wars stuff? Sick of Lego colonising everything.



What do you mean by 'proper Star Wars stuff'? Are you asking when we will be able to build REAL ships like that and develop working human brain to computer interfaces in a compact wrap-around head unit? Or are you wanted them in some other plastic toy format, just not Lego plastic?

CHEEPSTUFFRULES!

What do you mean by 'proper Star Wars stuff'? Are you asking when we will … What do you mean by 'proper Star Wars stuff'? Are you asking when we will be able to build REAL ships like that and develop working human brain to computer interfaces in a compact wrap-around head unit? Or are you wanted them in some other plastic toy format, just not Lego plastic?



Just minus the Lego, of course. Though wouldn't mind one of these :

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Fab! Perfect for Christmas stocking fillers and school birthday parties!! Thank you!

Brilliant! Just bought one for a friends birthday and (hopefully) she'll never know I paid 1.99 for it!

Just picked up two. Thanks.
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