This May, fans can buy the $300 set and begin re-enacting scenes from the first "Star Wars" film, including sucking R2-D2 into the Sandcrawler.
This May, Lego will continue its successful partnership with "Star Wars" when it releases a brand-new Sandcrawler set.
The Sandcrawler's ramp comes down, just like in the movie.
The front of the Sandcrawler box.
Another look at the Lego Sandcrawlers "Star Wars" set.
The set features a crane, ideal for lifting equipment and even droids.
A look down on the top of the Sandcrawler set.
The Sandcrawler set comes with a number of minifigures, including Jawas, R2-D2, C-3PO, Luke Skywalker, and more.
A look at the Sandcrawler set with everything open.
Of course, no "Star Wars" Lego set would be complete without R2-D2.
The set comes with four Jawas minifigures.
It also comes with C-3PO.
In "Star Wars," we first meet Luke Skywalker and Uncle Owen when the Sandcrawler comes calling.
Though he didn't have a lightsaber yet, we first meet Luke Skywalker when the Jawas come to sell his family droids.
At first, Luke and C-3PO don't get along.
A look at the Uncle Owen and Jawa minifigures.
A close-up look at one of the Jawas minifigures.
The set features a number of droids beyond R2-D2.
Another droid from the Lego Sandcrawler set.
This is Luke's speeder bike.
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