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LukeClarenceVan's Interceptor
After flying several freighters LukeClarenceVan realized that despite his amazing gunnery skills he needed something to counteract the Sith starfighters that so frequently hassled him. Thus he contacted the Verpines and had their best engineers build him an interceptor. LukeClarenceVan's Interceptor is state of the art, compact and fast, it can outpace and outmaneuver every Sith craft it encounters. Its powerful sensor array detects enemies long before LukeClarenceVan is noticed and the shields can absorb several direct hits before weakening. With two laser cannons, a blaster cannon, and a rear-mounted ion cannon, L.C.V.'s interceptor can destroy a Sith fighter in one pass and discourage pursuit with an ion volley.
About this creation

Font view, the domed black bit at the front is the sensor package

Top view

Side view

The engine

The grey part behind the engine provides energy for the ship

The cockpit

Storage behind the cockpit

The grid behind the canopy is the shield generator

The wing

Ion cannon and landing gear

Bottom view

LukeClarenceVan approaches his ship

This Interceptor was built from a snowspeeder and a swampspeeder, I would have never thought of the wing design if I had've built with my whole collection.


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  August 23, 2011
By LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist
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LEGO models my own creation MOCpages toys shop LukeClarenceVan's InterceptorStar Wars

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