Home-made Star-Wars Landspeeder

Daniel Deutsch is one of those Star-Wars fans that likes to create memorabilia of the series in his own garage. So he decided to build the X-34 Landspeeder used in Star-Wars parts 1 and 4 using any materials he could find and his extraordinary talent. The speeder has the exact size of the original and it’s built out of glassfibre on a custom chassis. It has an electric motor that pushes the X-34 to a max speed of 25 miles per hour and can go a few miles on a single battery charge.

The X-34 Star-Wars Landspeeder took 6 weeks to build and it was first unveilled at a Star Wars Celebration in May 2007.

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Source: Neatorama


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  • dean Posted on July 24, 2009

    hi there have just seen your landspeeder i live in australia and was wondering if you have any plans as i and a few mates are very keen to build one

    kind regards dean

  • Blogged It Posted on March 26, 2011

    lol i really like how theres a delorean in the back. Must be one heck of a geek =p