The LEGO and Star Wars partnership has already produced a ton of buildable sets, ranging from the Millennium Falcon, First Order Special Forces TIE fighter, X-Wing Fighter and many more–even the release of the LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens video game in 2016.

Having officially launched in 1999, the partnership is celebrating its 20th anniversary with five, re-tooled iconic vehicles and ships from the Star Wars franchise. The vehicles are must-haves for both LEGO and Star Wars fans, and the anniversary editions come equipped with a collectible mini figure on a stand bearing a special 20th-anniversary logo.

The featured vehicles consist of Boba Fett’s personal Slave I starship, the Snowspeeder prominently featured in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Anakin Skywalker's podracer from The Phantom Menace, an armored AT-RT Clone Scout Walker, and an Imperial Dropship. Each set will also include minifigures that correspond with each theme. For example, the podracer set comes with a mini Anakin Skywalker, Padmé Amadala and Luke Skywalker.

With pricing for these 20th anniversary edition LEGO sets ranging from $20 to $120, the sets will become available to the public sometime in April, according to The Brothers Brick.

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