The replica has been built of the landspeeder used by Luke Skywalker in the first Star Wars to raise money for Children in Need.
A replica of the iconic landspeeder from the Star Wars films has been created for an eBay auction in aid of Children in Need.
Bidding began at the weekend and was revealed on last Friday’s live Children in Need show on the BBC.
Bidding finishes on 20 November and has so far attracted a bid of £50,000, which was the auction starting price.
The landspeeder, which featured in the first Star Wars film A New Hope, has been created by Colin Furze and has been made of items sourced entirely on eBay.
“Myself and eBay have teamed up again to complete our trilogy of Star Wars builds, from the AT-AcT to a full size Tie Silencer we are finishing off with Luke’s iconic landspeeder from the original film,” said Furze.
“The base vehicle and many parts have been sourced from eBay.”
The landspeeder auction is part of the eBay for Charity programme, which to date has raised £160m for UK charities, including £22.5m in 2018.
Other recent, notable film themed eBay charity auctions have included the chance to own a life-size statue of movie alien Predator, in aid of The Children’s Trust.