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This includes all six films and the Clone Wars spin-offs. Every vehicle I can think seems to have been produced as part of a kit at some point. Are there any that haven't?

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Did you read Wookiepedia? All of it? – Joubarc Jan 16 '13 at 19:55
But, all joke aside, LEGO is likely to focus on visual Star Wars rather than obscure expanded universe reference, so I can see why you restricted your question to the films and Clone Wars. – Joubarc Jan 16 '13 at 19:57
Actually, there are some sets that take place using expanded universe that LEGO did make, such as the sith sorceror/warrior ship from the old republic. – CBredlow Jan 16 '13 at 20:43
@CBredlow There's quite a few more then that – shea Jan 17 '13 at 1:17
EU sets seem to mostly be based on (Old Republic) video games – shea Jan 17 '13 at 1:18
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As far as I know, all of the most common vehicles have been produced, but I could be forgetting something. There are many obscure vehicles which have not been produced, but I don't see any reason to try to list them all. Some examples would be many of the pod racers from Episode I, many of the hundreds of vehicles shown on Coruscant, or several of the speeders seen in the Mos Eisley approach in Episode IV.

The most notable vehicle that I can think of that has not been produced to my knowledge is the Nebulon B Frigate featured in Episode V and VI:

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Not that it hasn't been made in LEGO by fans - and there's a (smaller) one on Cuusoo too. But seeing the fragility of the center section (seriously, who does design spaceships that way?), I'm not sure LEGO would be willing to make an official one. It's not so much swooshable as explodable. – Joubarc Jan 17 '13 at 8:15
There hasn't been too many of the rebel cruisers (i'm lumping all of the ships larger than a fighter together) made by LEGO. THere's that one transportish ship they take from Hoth that wasn't used. – CBredlow Jan 17 '13 at 13:12
The podracers are an obvious one, I should have thought of that. – Paulski73 Jan 17 '13 at 20:14

There are quite a few:

  • The Naboo silver cruisers - I think there were three in all - none produced.

  • Several speeders in Episode II, all seen in the city and several transporters too.

  • The Jedi speeders, some have been made, but not in all the colours seen in the movies.

And as for the clone wars series, the list becomes lengthy...

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Millions! Separatist War Ship,UT-AT, Republic Assault Ship, Umbara Military Canon, and many many ships from the Clone Wars TV show (From Arc's this season mostly)

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The ones from the original 6 movies and that should have been made: - Naboo queen silver cruiser from episode 1 (with queen handmaid fig(s)!) - Clone quadrans (if I'm naming them correctly) from episode 2 (the guns taking down a Trade Federation ship) - Rebel transport shuttle from episode 5 (escaping Hoth) and 6 - Rebel medical frigate from episode 5 and 6 - Mon calamari cruiser

Very optionnals im my opinion: - Trade Federation admiral ship - Trade Federation transport ship - Separatist cruiser from the opening scene of episode 3 - The two other Naboo cruisers - A Uta Pau shuttle seen on two or three images (and natives from the planet in the set please!) - A clone tank seen on two images on a bridge under snow in the order 66 scene

Not ships, but still should have been made: - Gungan city (and, why not, one big creature carrying their shield generator and one of their catapults) - A Jedi Temple? - Kaminoans! - Geonosis arena beasts - One of the Skywalkers house? - Republic Senate with Sidious and Yoda fighting - Bizarre blue/purple creature on which clones are riding on Felucia (order 66 scene) - Mustafar locals (humanoids and lava beasts seen on one image) - Asteroid field locals sheltering Padme at the end of episode 3 - Bantos... Bantas... Ban... ya know the big hairy thing Tuskens are riding in episode 4

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