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IncrediBuilds: Star Wars Tie Fighter Wood Model and Booklet

Manufacturer: Incredibuilds

Recommended Age: Ages 12 and up

Availability: In stock



Warning: Choking Hazard

Shipping Weight: 3 ounces

Product Dimensions: 8 x .7 x 9 inches


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This Star Wars model set brings to life one of the Galactic Empire’s deadliest weapons: the TIE Fighter. The booklet includes everything you need to know about the TIE Fighter, from basic flight and weapons capabilities to pilot training, notable battles, and the wide variety of TIE Fighter models, such as the TIE Interceptor and TIE Bomber. The wooden model is easy to assemble and snaps together to form a dynamic, displayable 3D version of this fan-favorite Star Wars spacecraft.

-Laser-cut, FSC-certified wood sheet with easy-to-assemble pieces
-Step-by-step instructions
-Dimensions of fully built model: 3.3" x 3.34" x 4.5"
-Number of pieces: 63 -Coloring and crafting ideas and a TIE Fighter booklet

About Incredibuilds:
The IncrediBuilds collection features do-it-yourself, customizable, freestanding models that are sure to delight fans of all ages. Each model is made of earth-friendly, FSC-certified wood, and all products include step-by-step directions and coloring and crafting ideas. with no glue or tools necessary. Informative and interactive, both kids and adults can use these projects to explore their creativity and create unique, displayable art.

About the Author:
Michael Kogge is a screenwriter and author who has penned many books, most notably the junior novels for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the Star Wars Rebels animated series, and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. His original graphic novel, Empire of the Wolf, an epic about werewolves in ancient Rome, received great acclaim during its recent publication. He resides in Southern California and is online at and @michaelkogge on Twitter.