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10174-1: Imperial AT-ST
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LEGO® Set 10174-1 — UCS Imperial AT-ST

One of the earlier sets in the Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series, and perhaps my favorite vehicular contraption from the original trilogy of films.


The Imperial AT-ST (All Terrain Scout Transport), also known as the Scout Walker, carries the Empire's forces swiftly and efficiently across the ice plains of Hoth and through the dense forests of Endor. Now you can build the ultimate collector's model of this famous Star Wars vehicle from over a thousand LEGO pieces! Fully armed and armor-plated, the incredibly detailed and realistic AT-ST stands over 16.5" (42cm) tall! Features rotating weapons, an opening pilot hatch, moving window panels, and more! Enemies of the Empire beware!
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4 years ago
Did you have much parts missing to build it?
4 years ago
@scrubs: Not at all. It was a challenging sort of build for me, as I'm just starting to use Mecabricks. (Great job, by the way! This is awesome!) It took a bit of practice to get used to the flexible parts, three hoses and one of the rubber-bands. And getting the angles right, especially the side panels on the "head" were tricky.

But with respect to pieces, only a couple. There is a two-part flex joint (design IDs 44224 and 44225) that is missing. I spoofed it by substituting a pair of 5M beams. Also a decoration on a 2x2 flat tile on the "forehead" and the full decoration on the UCS placard panel.

As an aside, I know you probably have way more requests than you can handle, but I am keeping an updated list of missing parts from my complete sets in the forum.

Thanks for all that you do with this site!
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