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Incredible Cross-sections of Star Wars, Episodes IV, V, VI: The Ultimate Guide to Star Wars Vehicles and Spacecraft

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An exhaustively researched, definitive reference for Star Wars fans of all ages brings the world-renowned DK cross-sections illustration techniques to the Star Wars universe. The main ships are explored and cutaway to reveal the armaments, propulsion systems, armor, control systems, and other key aspects of each vehicle, from Han Solo's Millennium Falcon to Darth Vader's TIE fighter. Special features and hidden mechanisms, never before revealed, are described and illustrated in graphic detail. Together with Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary, these books comprise a definitive classic Star Wars reference library.
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An exhaustively researched, definitive reference for Star Wars fans of all ages brings the world-renowned DK cross-sections illustration techniques to the Star Wars universe. The main ships are explored and cutaway to reveal the armaments, propulsion systems, armor, control systems, and other key aspects of each vehicle, from Han Solo's Millennium Falcon to Darth Vader's TIE fighter. Special features and hidden mechanisms, never before revealed, are described and illustrated in graphic detail. Together with Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary, these books comprise a definitive classic Star Wars reference library.

Additional Info

Author David West Reynolds
Publisher A Dorling Kindersley
Place London
Year 1998-10-22
ISBN 9780751370805
Binding Hardcover
Condition Good
Dustjacket Condition Fair
Comments Several rears on dustjacket

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So happyReview by Simoné
This book is fascinating! It even has a big poster inside. I love it. (Posted on 3/7/2018)

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