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Jared Reisweber Poe Dameron's T-70 X-Wing

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Designer Jared Reisweber
Instructions BrickBob
Number of parts 6097
Building time ~18h
Difficulty Difficult
Measurements 91 x 73 x 43 (cm)

Description:
As further development of the popular T-65 X-Wings, that Luke Skywalker used at that time, the T-70 X-Wing was used by the resistance against the First Order. Therefore, it is colloquially called the resistance X-Wing. Poe Dameron, a figurehead of the resistance and friend of Rey decided as group leader for a black and orange varnishing contrary to the usual orange, white and blue. The T-70 line disposed of a clearly heavier armament compared to its predecessors.

This model was designed by Jared Reisweber, the modifications and instructions are by BrickBob. The model is very complex and difficult to build, but it is definitely an excellent exhibit. The instructions are available as PDF.

You can find the relevant building kit by BRICK MOON or the matching sticker on the left side!

Estimated price for the parts* (plus shipping):

Zone Estimated costs
Europe 725 €
Worldwide 750 €/ $ 900
North America $ 850

The price for the parts was calculated on 09/13/2021.

Information found on Jedipedia,Wookiepedia.

*The price of the parts may vary, it is calculated via the average price of Bricklink and the “Buy All” function for Wantedlists. Shipping costs are not charged additionally!

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