LEGO Star Wars' Droids Escape set

These are the instructions for building the LEGO Star Wars AT-ST & Endor that was released in 2012.

LEGO Star Wars First Order Transporter 75103 Building Kit

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    Imperial AT-ST (LEGO #10174-1) is a great looking LEGO set from the Star Wars theme. This is of course an ultimate collector series AT-ST. You can see how large it is in the photos. This set is incredibly detailed and a fun build for anyone. A very impressive addition to a great LEGO Star Wars series.

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      April 27, 2008
    I saw you had some small models in there from last year's LEGO Christmas Calander. Good day

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