Starspeeder 3000 Kit ID

DocNewborn

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Bumping this thread to ask if Joe ever modified the Disney toy or did any further work on ID'ing parts. And to remind him about that upgrade kit idea! :love

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joez2391

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hate to say it but I never got around to it unfortunately, I go to college out of state and my workshop is at home. I wish I had more time for this I would kill for a nice ss starspeeder still it will happen someday! :behave
 

KalKira

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There's some additional photos taken by Paul M. Newitt of the original conceptual model(?) Of the Starspeeder 3000 that may shed some light on more details.
It's only 3 images, but i'm sure they would provide some more details, Though sadly it's missing the engines (or they where not designed at this point, idk)
 

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