5 Awesome Star Wars Cars

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The force is strong with these cars.

It takes a special kind of person to cover a car in a Star Wars wrap. Many fans of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo don't have the stones to even put an X-Wing antenna topper or Dark Side bumper sticker on their rides. The cars featured here are owned by Star Wars superfans that have gone the extra mile and then some to ensure that everyone knows what their favorite movie is. If you've always dreamed of turning your car into a Landspeeder, then you'll want to check out all of these awesome Star Wars cars.

This Honda del Sol is more or less a perfect replica of a Star Wars A-Wing. The cleverly named H-Wing has got the A-Wing's color scheme down pat. The owner of this Star Wars Honda gets bonus points for putting a droid in the trunk.

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...there was a 1977 Toyota Celica LiftBack GT Pace Car decked out in a Star Wars paint job that was given away as part of the Star Wars Space Fantasy Sweepstakes. Little is known about what happened to the car after the contest was over. Here's hoping that it didn't get scrapped or wrecked.

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It takes true dedication to put an Empire/Dark Side-themed wrap on a Ford Raptor. Trey Laymon has the aforementioned dedication necessary to pull off such an audacious feat. Laymon's Raptor is covered from headlight to taillight in images of the Empire and Darth Vader. The bed cover even features what looks to be Han Solo frozen in carbonite. Best. Raptor. Ever.

This geeky Lamborghini Murcielago LP-640 was created by Brian Zuk for the 2011 Gold Rush Rally 3. The R2 unit on the rooftop is a nice touch but the "new" trilogy-themed paint job is somewhat of an abomination to fans of the Star Wars films that were actually good.

Chevy should take notes from the owner of this Cobalt and start offering its cars with Star Wars paint jobs. This Cobalt features images of Yoda and Han Solo mixed in with shots of galaxies and nebulas taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. The Cobalt was last seen on eBay where it was unsurprisingly sold.

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