Star Wars A New Hope, Luke Skywalker's LandSpeeder: Full Size 1:1 actual screen used size.
This LandSpeeder was professionally built in 2011 by Al Eisenmann, Union I.A.T.S.I. Prop Master in the film industry. The body is made of one piece molded fiberglass and the removable canopy is made of jet fighter canopy material. Every detail was researched in order to make sure it is as accurate as possible to what is seen in the movie. The three engines are separate pieces that bolt on and can be easily removed to fit inside of a trailer. The LandSpeeder is mounted on a 1960's three-wheel EZ-Go golf cart that has been completely customized, stretched, and all controls moved for right hand drive, as seen in the screen used LandSpeeder. Speakers are mounted in two of the engines and play random jet engine sounds via a car stereo with USB input.
The LandSpeeder was built using the exact measurements of the real screen used speeder. It has appeared at over 10 charity events so far, and has appeared for two years at Legoland California during Star Wars Weekends. It was also in the 2012 Hollywood Christmas Parade; included is the participant ribbon as well as parade map, parking pass, and parade instruction sheet.
The LandSpeeder comes with two 3D standing signs that give the Wookieepedia fictional description of the company that made the LandSpeeder in the Star Wars universe. The pictured enclosed trailer with custom tie downs is available at an additional cost, please enquire.
Photography by DosSantos/Lemone