Hello, I would like to show you my Snow speeder today. It is part of a Hoth diorama which I will be posting soon. Enjoy!
About this creation
This is a picture of the right wing. Both are identical so I decided to only show one. The main thrust nozzles are located at the very back of the wing. Next, you can see the converters. Then you can see the final stage energizer and laser cannon. Unfortunately, I couldn't install the mechanical braking flaps on the wings, so this Snow speeder will have to go without them.
This is the very back of the Snow speeder, where the heat dispersion fins and harpoon cable are located.
A picture showing the inside detailing of the Snow speeder. You can just barely see two joysticks on the right side of the photo, and the controls for the second pilot on the left side. You're probably wondering "What the heck is Wedge Antilles doing in Luke's Snow speeder?" and the answer to that is, I don't have any original Snow speeder sets, and because of that, I could only use my Wedge Antilles from X-Wing set 6212.
And finally, a view no snow trooper will ever want to see in his lifetime. You can also see the wing tanks and where the forward fuel tanks should be in this picture.
It needs some improvement, but in time I'm sure you can develop it further. Your just starting to pull something off in the front, something I didn't try with my own. Come see my snow speeder if you like!
Quoting Christopher Honkzo6
Alas, what an idiot I am, I see the differences now, sorry about that, it was that some of the parts looked in the same place from one of the sets I used to have, terribly sorry
Would that set be 7130? But anyhow, I'm really honored to think that you mistook it for a modified set.