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Obi Wan's Bull Rancor Class Airspeeder
Obi Wan makes a dashing appearance all over Coruscant in his flashy new Bull Rancor Class Airspeeder. I built this small speeder for the April Bullship Contest at The CABG.
About this creation
This was my entry for the April Bull Ship Contest at the CABG. It is Obi Wan's personal airspeeder for Coruscant. The white horns on the front and sides of the ship come from sacred Bull Rancor bone yards on an Outer-Rim world. They are believed by the Jedi to hold powerful rancor spirits which can be tamed to help protect the holder. Obi attached them to the front of his airspeeder because he is not one of the best pilots in the Galaxy!


Angled front shot of the speeder. I was originally going to make a pimped-out speeder for Mace Windu but ran out of purple. Speeders are pretty fun to build actually, so I think you might see one for Mace sometime soon.


Front shot. I attached a lightsaber hilt to the front of the speeder to add in more chrome flavor as well as to mimic the winged figure seen on a 1930's Rolls Royce model.


Closer shot of the engine greebles. The picture color came out a little weird, so I apologize if your eyes hurt. I put two red astromech droid bodies in there just like in TLC Bounty Hunter Pursuit set. It stands out a little too much for my taste but I liked the design I came up with (and didn't have ablack astromech yet- which probably would've worked better) so I ended up staying with it.


Side shot.


Top shot of the speeder. I really liked the angles of this speeder, as well as the elongated front and short cab in the back. From this angle the speeder kind of looks like a horseshoe crab :P


Angled back shot. I also liked the angles I ended up with back here to help continue the flow of the vehicle while cramming in those engines.


Back shot of the speeder's engines.


The cabin of the speeder. I <3 dark tan so much now. Originally this was created as the seat for Mace's speeder, but the color went so well with dark bley and republic red that I had to keep it.


Obi pilots the chick-magnet down the night club part of Coruscant and waves slowly to hot Twi'Lek women.


Obi-Wan in the dashing speeder.


Obi poses in a Jedi photoshoot for the High Council to help promote the Bull Rancor Airspeeder.





Airspeeder built April 2009.



Comments

 I like it 
  December 17, 2013
This is a great speeder! Love the horns. Interior is perfect.
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  September 3, 2010
Sweet! =)
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  June 27, 2010
cool!!!!!
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  April 23, 2010
cool bull rancor from force unleashed turned into air speeder! please look at my felucian rancor and acklay models.
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  January 21, 2010
great job! i love the engines!
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  December 12, 2009
cool
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  December 12, 2009
This is great ! loving it, amazing work ! The design is cool, the colour scheme is cool, the whole thing is cool ! Those horns on the front - I can't help thinking of Boss Hogg :)
legorevolution .
Angryraccoon !
  November 1, 2009
Cool. One thing I don't like are the sloped pieces on the sides. They make it feel just a tad bit too rounded and bulky. Just my preference.
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  August 28, 2009
Awesome, looks really cool! Could you check this out? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/146668 Thanks!
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  August 3, 2009
Awesome! All the detail makes it look great!
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  August 3, 2009
nice one! should we be calling obi-wan boss hog now? lol
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  August 2, 2009
Sweet ride!
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  August 2, 2009
Oh my goodness, this is so cool!
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  July 13, 2009
i like it
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  July 6, 2009
this is just awsome, i love it.
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  July 5, 2009
Reason why Obi-Wan doesn't like flying in the movies is because he doesn't have this!! Magnificent work! I have to add you to my favoritebuilders- too bad that i haven't found your creations before- how could i have missed them??
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  May 25, 2009
Quoting Jonathan Cox Do you have instructions? Real nice speeder. 100,000/1!
I do not, sorry. However it's a pretty simple build. I used a lot of outward studded 1x1 and 1x2 bricks in the vehicle though. Looking through the pictures you can try and figure it out.
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  May 24, 2009
Do you have instructions? Real nice speeder. 100,000/1!
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  May 13, 2009
that is the coolest thing i'v ever seen
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  May 9, 2009
WOW man this looks awesome! I love those horns, and the datailed cabin is great!
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  May 9, 2009
this is a superior airspeeder you have here. i like the overall smooth shape of it. pelase check out my MOCs
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  May 8, 2009
Wow! Sweet speeder! Great color choices and use of horns. I especially like the interior (is that rancor leather?). Great build. 5 smilies :)
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  May 8, 2009
That is totally awesome! I love the engine greebles!
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  May 8, 2009
as i said on flickr, i love the stick shifter thing and the engines in the front!
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  May 8, 2009
This is great! I love your use of horns, both big and small, and the interior turned out very nice, too! Love this, great work, keep it up!
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  May 8, 2009
Pimp my ride, Star Wars style! That's an excellent speeder, I could see it zipping around Coruscant. Great work!
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  May 8, 2009
Amazing! I love the greebling in the front!
 
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