Posted by Jeremy on October 8, 2018 at 06:41 PM CST
With the 20th anniversary of the release of the first LEGO Star Wars sets getting closer rumours about what LEGO will release are starting to crop up, and while there has been very little information from credible sources to share one post on Eurobricks has raised eyebrows.


Typically the reliably informed Sir von Lego makes a cryptic post and then fades away to let the discussion take its own course but he, surprisingly, followed up with some set numbers in the recently launched 2019 Discussion thread on Eurobricks and shared the following:
  • 30383 Naboo Starfighter
  • 30384 Snowspeeder
  • 30461 Anakins Podracer
Those fans with long memories will recognise that all three of these were part of the original 1999 release line up, giving rise to speculation that part of the 20th anniversary line will include a miniscale polybag of each of the original sets.

Jump over to our 20th anniversary discussion thread to share your thoughts on next year's celebratory line.

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