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‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ gets a LEGO Imperial AT-Hauler this August

New ‘Star Wars’ cargo ship and minifigures coming from LEGO.

One of the biggest Solo: A Star Wars Story sets is coming out this August with an 829 piece set running $99.99. The set includes 5 minifigures including Qi’ra, Val, and Rio Durant. This set will certainly get you into a heist mood.

Check out pictures of the set below as well as additional details.

LEGO® Star Wars™
75219 – Imperial AT-Hauler™
829 pieces | Ages 9+
Price: $99.99
Available August 1, 2018

Transport heavy cargo with the LEGO® Star Wars 75219 Imperial AT-Hauler! Sit Qi’ra in the cockpit and Beckett crew members Val and Rio Durant on the platform underneath, fire up the engines and lift off. Rotate the lifter arms and fly into position above the cargo. Then latch on and lift it into the air for another on-time delivery. If Dryden’s guards try and hijack the precious cargo, fire the stud shooters to send them running!
• Includes 5 LEGO® minifigures: Qi’ra, Val, Rio Durant and 2 of Dryden’s guards.
• Features rotating pylons with movable lifting hooks, an opening minifigure cockpit, side-mounted stud shooters and a platform underneath for carrying minifigures.
• Includes a buildable, opening cargo container with lifting beam.
• Load the container, hook it up and lift it away!
• Rotate the lifter arms for landing and flying modes.
• Weapons include 2 blasters, 3 blaster pistols and 4 rack-mounted blaster rifles inside the container.
• Combines with the 75215 Cloud-Rider Swoop Bikes and 75217 Imperial Conveyex Transport for the ultimate high-speed train heist!
• Recreate exciting scenes from Solo: A Star Wars Story!
• Imperial AT-Hauler measures over 4″ (12cm) high, 12″ (32cm) long and 4″ (21cm) wide.


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