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T-65 X-Wing Fighter
A T-65 X-Wing Fighter from Star Wars, made famous by being Luke Skywalker's fighter.
About this creation
Incom Corporation Rebel Alliance T-65 X-Wing Fighter!This is the Rebel Alliance T-65 X-Wing Fighter, well known by fans for it's being piloted by Luke Skywalker. I owe heaps of credit to Bruce Lowell, know as "Brucey Wan," for including instructions for his excellent model on his site. Click here to see it! I used his instructions for much of the fuselage, but used an entirely different way to attach the nose cone, different wings, lousy guns and exhaust stems, and a few other mods, mostly due to lack of the right pieces, though as far as I can tell, my nose cone is sturdier. Also mine's gray. I am a firm believer in gray X-Wings. In my opinion, A-Wings, Y-Wings, and the Tantive IV are white, while Snowspeeders look fine either way and screenshots can be found of them in either color. Everything else in the trilogy is gray. But I digress. The model includes front landing gear, and in the back rests on the engines. The droid socket holds the full droid, something that a few otherwise good models don't include. The cockpit doesn't hold as much detail as I would like, namely I have been unsuccessful in building a good-looking targeting computer. Maybe someday I'll build more of a "Brucey-Wan" interior...anyway, I'll quit the gab and show you the thing!

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   On the cround from above.

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   The back with wings open...

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   ...and head-on.

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   Same as above with wings closed.

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   Side view.

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   Same as above with flash.

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   "Rogue Squadron to your fighters." "Prepare fighters for combat"

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   The pilot.

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   Side view of cockpit.

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   Side view in attack position.

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   Taken from the cockpit of an unlucky TIE Fighter...

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   Another side view.

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   Up, Up, and Awayyyyyyyyy!!!!!


  February 28, 2010
A very interesting build of a classic ship. I tried my hand at it too. Take a look if you will. Incidentally I used the same engine nacelle idea as you did. I guess great minds think alike?
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  January 30, 2010
nice moc. i like how u inverted the boottom wings for studs up and down. and i like how u put the front gear IN THE FRONT unlike legos where it is in the middle. check out mine if u get a chance
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  December 31, 2008
Quoting General Antillies my enemy, RRA and NRF (me) will crush you. ( Why do you have a Republic thing when you are against them?)
What the heck are you talking about? I don't have any Star-Wars related alliances.
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  December 11, 2008
cool, and general antillies, why do you rate people ones because they are your enemies. you are supposed to rate on the creation, not the person, its like spamming. okay this is cool, and i like the way you mad ethe circular things in between the wings, come check out my new fighter that i just added. thanks!
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  June 8, 2008
the wings are great, they're even better than the new set, good work
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  June 2, 2007
the flowing shape is great but maybe needs some more greebles on the fusalage
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  June 1, 2007
i think this is excellent oh and please rate my site or give a review, i have only just started
  February 27, 2007
Great shape and detail.
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