Daniel Deutsch went and built himself a 1:1 scale replica of the Star Wars Landspeeder that looks so good, I swear it's been shopped. But allegedly I'm wrong, and the vehicle has "a custom aluminum chassis, fiberglass body, and an electric drive system that hits lightspeed at 25 mph." Freaking sweet! Now you know what they say, "The Vette gets 'em wet, but the Landspeeder, well, the Landspeeder dries 'em out while they make fun of you." Awesome!
Hit the jump for several more pictures of the unbelievably accurate and good looking speeder, including a couple of the build.
Driveable Star Wars Landspeeder Will Not Take You To Mos Eisley, Still Kicks Ass [gizmodo]
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