A Real Star Wars AT-ST Walker You Really Can Actually Buy

truaces By truaces, 14th Oct 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1wn_913w/
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There is a real AT-ST (All Terrain - Scout Transport) walker where you actually can buy for $15,700 made by a movie prop studio in the UK. This all terrain vehicle has been featured in Star Wars films.

Stunning hand made of replica of AT-ST walker

Who doesn’t know Star Wars? This famous sci-fi movie has been known by many people from around the world because of its incredible story and the stunning vehicles featured on the film. It certainly will not be missed by many fans of Star Wars. Have an AT-ST Walker especially for fans of Star Wars are one of amazing dreams, especially if the dream comes true. AT-ST Walker is a war vehicle we used to see to be featured in the Star Wars movie. This war vehicles consisting of two legs and a body similar to chicken legs is a stunning and reliable war vehicle.

A two-legged AT-ST Walker first introduced in the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and also become featured widely in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The AT-ST Walker is known as "chicken walkers" because of the design and movement that is like a chicken. If we look overall, the AT-ST Walker looks like a chicken without a head. Now, you can buy a replica of the AT-ST walkers that is offers by a movie prop studio in the UK. This movie replica stands 16-feet-tall and sold around $15,700. The real AT-ST Walker replica is a stunning hand made with a completely one off. It was built from metal and wood so it can stand very sturdily, not to mention, this AT-ST Walker replica is fully weather proofed and you can place it outside. Are you interest to buy it?

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All Terrain Vehicle, At-St, At-St Walker, Chicken, Return Of The Jedi, Robot, Robotech, Robotic, Robotic Vehicle, Scout Transport, Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Transportation, Walker

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