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    Sam
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    In the complete locations cross-section book; there is a picture of a scene featuring a ship the same model as the Millennium Falcon and Wild Karrde. It seem’s a little coincidental that two famous smuggler ships would be in the same place. Any thoughts?
    Here is a picture, https://www.google.com/search?q=millennium+falcon+attack+of+the+clones&safe=strict&rlz=1CAHPZS_enUS786US786&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj_6Jf9ysnZAhVnqlQKHZpDCVQQ_AUICigB&biw=1366&bih=654#imgdii=xAv3OKC0S1rZ3M:&imgrc=fpbE3fRLfBszGM:

    Thanks,
    MoffKraft

    #6739
    Charles
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    Those ships in their original forms were pretty common bulk freighter models, if I remember right. I wouldn’t be surprised if there were millions of them throughout the galaxy. Remember, one of the reasons the Falcon was such a great smuggling vessel was because from the outside it appeared to be an old, beat-up freighter. It looked like something the residents of the SW galaxy saw on a daily basis. Few would guess its true cargo and capabilities just by looking at it.

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    Jimmystarfan
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    There were many different forms of the same ships, usually categorised into classes. When I saw that picture for the first time, I assumed that it actually was the Millennium Falcon, so thanks for pointing that out!

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    Sam
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    Thanks

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