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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
When the Empire is on the march, the Rebels fight back!
LEGO® Star Wars Rebel Scout Speeder (7668) - When the Empire is on the march, the Rebels fight back! The Rebel Scout Speeder is ready for action with a detachable rotating heavy blaster cannon and a crew of 4 new Rebel troopers straight from the Star Wars movies. Build your forces!
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For as much money as this piece was I was a bit disappointed to see how small the item was. Hoping the nephew likes it :)Published 9 months ago by Cynthia Riesgo
Legos were just fine but shippment was slow and dis not make for childs birthday. Odered same time an other Lego item and that one got there few days before birthday..Published 9 months ago by Mirja Gruenzner
The Kid Loved it. What more can I say. And Legos make great home security. Just scatter them around your house and you will know when someone else steps on one. :)Published 10 months ago by Mike Austin
I have three young grandsons that really love all Lego star wars sets. Lucky for me the selection is great!Published 20 months ago by Annette F. Crebs
Bought this as a gift for my grandson. He plays with it all the time and it was a good buy. Delivered fast and no damage.Published on June 12, 2013 by pilot
My 12 year old grandson loves Legos and Star Wars. My 42 year old son loved Legos and Star Wars. Both are creative and classic! May the Force be with you!Published on February 10, 2013 by Denyce Derleth