The V-wing fighter was one of those blink-and-you'll-miss-it space crafts that made a brief appearance in Star Wars Ep. III: Revenge of the Sith. It was part of the Imperial fleet after the fall of the Galactic Empire. It has a working cockpit and rotating wings to toggle between flying and landing modes. A nice colour design of black and silver enhances its menacing look. To top it off, it comes with two mini-figures - a new-look Imperial pilot and a silver astromech droid (R2-Q2). The V-wing fighter measures 12cm wide and 22cm long. However, at 139 pieces and almost similar price point to the Lego 7929 - The Battle of Naboo set, this is relatively pricey.
Contents (lots of air)
Two sealed bags, one loose piece, instruction booklet and the dreaded decals
Best thing about this set - Mini-figures (R2-Q2 and Imperial pilot)
V-wing (landing mode)
V-wing (flying mode); Note that the stand is not included
Cockpit with astromech droid head. Unfortunately, the droid head had to be detached from its body to fit on the V-wing fighter.
Completed set; astromech droid body and spare bits