With the final episode of the series Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hitting the cinemas later this month, it once again spurs up the devotion and celebrations have already begun. One of the enthusiasts has turned his passion into action and built a drivable version of Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder, all by himself.
The replica reference to the original Star Wars film from 1977. While it can’t hoover around as seen on screen, it has all the mechanics required for wheeling around. The video from Colin Furze covers the whole building process with plenty of hard work. The fun toy car is spacious enough to seat two persons. While some of the parts such as the thrusters are just props, in the end, it is still a drivable Landspeeder sharing the same silhouette.
This is the third Landspeeder created by the guy. One of his works, a static replica of the Landspeeder, was sold for £50,000 for BBC’s charity Children In Needs.