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The BAX-7 landspeeder was a MandalMotors repulsorlift landspeeder model. The craft included seating for four, including a single pilot. The BAX-7 was pictured in the Bounty Hunters' Guild Handbook chapter Tools of the Trade, which was written by the veteran bounty hunter Chentu Chek at some point before the end of the Bounty Hunter Wars.

CharacteristicsEdit

The BAX-7 landspeeder was a repulsorlift craft that was manufactured by MandalMotors,[1] headquartered on the planet Mandalore.[2] The landspeeder had a small, curved windscreen that extended halfway toward the rear of the vehicle and left the rest of the passenger area open. The body of the speeder was curved, with a downward-pointing nose and an upward-pointing rear portion. At least one speeder of the BAX-7 model was brown in color. The BAX-7's interior featured seating for four, two in front and two in the rear of the craft, while the pilot operated the landspeeder from the front right-hand seat.[1]

HistoryEdit

By 0 ABY, which marked the end of the Bounty Hunter Wars,[3] the veteran bounty hunter Chentu Chek included an image of a brown BAX-7 in the chapter Tools of the Trade, which he contributed to the Bounty Hunters' Guild Handbook.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

The BAX-7 landspeeder was featured in The Bounty Hunter Code: From the Files of Boba Fett, a reference book released in 2013 and co-written by Daniel Wallace, Ryder Windham, and Jason Fry. It was only featured in the book as a captioned illustration, with no additional information provided about the BAX-7 other than its production by MandalMotors.

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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 The Bounty Hunter Code: From the Files of Boba Fett
  2. Legacy of the Force: Sacrifice
  3. According to The Bounty Hunter Code: From the Files of Boba Fett, Chentu Chek knew the bounty hunter Dengar, who was active during the Rise of the Empire and Rebellion eras. Additionally, the book contains an opening letter by Cradossk, who states the book includes "overviews of trade tools" that were "recently introduced to the market." According to The New Essential Chronology, Cradossk died at the conclusion of the Bounty Hunter Wars, which occurred in 0 ABY. Taken together, these facts indicate that the BAX-7 landspeeder was in use during one or both of the aforementioned eras.
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