|TIE Interceptor Vehicle|
One thing about the box that bothers me is that Kenner chose a Stormtrooper to be photographed as the vehicle's pilot. Duh, did they forget that they'd made a TIE Fighter pilot expressly for this purpose? Oh well, at least they didn't stick Paploo in there. But do you know what I find far stranger about this toy's package? The kid on the side of it looks eerily like the kid version of Star Wars collector Brennan Swain.
Without question, the TIE Interceptor is the toughest TIE toy to find, whether boxed or loose. And it's always been popular among collectors, due to both its scarcity and nifty appearance. Those looking for a loose example should make certain that the toy's wing tips have not broken off. They're prone to doing just that.
First Issued: 1984 (ROTJ packaging)
|Description by:||Ron Salvatore|
|From the collection of:||Ron Salvatore|
|Film:||Return of the Jedi|
|Category:||Toys / Action Figure Related / Vehicles|