Hot Wheels, Star Wars: The Force Awakens Starship, Millennium Falcon Die-Cast Vehicle

Two of kids’ favorite brands — Hot Wheels and Star Wars — have joined forces! Launch into hyperdrive with some of the most iconic vehicles from Star Wars, brought to you by Hot Wheels. Kids will love re-creating some of the universe’s most epic battles and fiercest showdowns with these starships. Slip on the Flight Navigator, raise your hand and send your ship “flying” across the room—just like in hyperspace! The Flight Navigator also doubles as a display stand to show off a collection. Starships can be used with Hot Wheels Star Wars play sets (sold separately) so kids can build an entire galaxy of play! Each sold separately. Not for use with some Hot Wheels sets. Colors and decorations may vary.

Product Features

  • Kids will love this assortment of iconic Star Wars vehicles
  • Flight Navigator lets kids “fly” their starships
  • Flight Navigator doubles as a display stand so kids can show off their collection
  • In a collectible scale that’s small enough to fit in a pocket
  • Makes a great gift for fans of all ages

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3 Responses to Hot Wheels, Star Wars: The Force Awakens Starship, Millennium Falcon Die-Cast Vehicle

  1. Rose Knight says:

    Love these Star Wars starships!

  2. Prophetic_Joe says:

    Excellent mold with great detail. This is a really beautiful starship. The details are nice a crisp and the paint is perfect as far as nice sharp lines. The one negative is that it has nothing done to simulate wear. Simple fix with a black acrylic wash. Of course it doesn’t really matter if you bought this for play.I added some before and after pics and I think it looks pretty awesome and it is super simple.Overall I love this thing and think it’s perfect once you throw in a little extra wash. Would…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Please note that I am not a Star Wars collector and I don’t buy toys to put them away in hopes of cashing in down the line. That being said, I’m just a mom with two little boys (ages 7 and 9) who discovered the Star Wars franchise last year and ADORE acting out scenes and using their dad’s original Star Wars toys from the 1970s. My 7 year-old has always loved hand-sized toys (Matchbox cars and HotWheels), and almost always has one with him wherever we go. I decided to do an internet search…

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