The parts list is an .xml document that can be imported into BrickLink. From there, you can see all the parts that come together to make the model. You can also select where you want to buy those pieces from and in what condition (new or used), and even play around with part colours and quantities.
Currently, it will cost around £4-6 to buy one complete selection of elements in new condition on BrickLink, not including postage charges and not including the Scout Trooper, who costs around £10 by himself.
Sign up and win
To get your hands on this parts list, all you have to do is subscribe to the Brick Fanatics newsletter. In return, we’ll bring you the finest and most up-to-date LEGO content, including news, reviews, and personal insights, all written by one of the team. You’ll also be in with a chance of winning some seriously cool LEGO prizes, including your very own copy of our 74-Z Speeder Bike and a Scout Trooper minifigure*.
To sign up, enter your email address at the ‘Brick Fanatics Newsletter’ box situated in the sidebar and select a preferred region (though sign-ups are open worldwide). Sign up by noon UK time February 1 to be sure to be on the mailing list in time for when the link to our custom 74-Z Speeder Bike parts list goes out.
Sign up by that date and we’ll also enter you into a free prize draw to win a copy of the model, complete with Scout Trooper minifigure*. This giveaway is exclusively for those signed up to the Brick Fanatics newsletter currently or by noon UK time February 1. This draw is open to all newsletter subscribers, worldwide. UPDATE: Sign-ups to enter the competition are now closed. You can still sign up to the newsletter via the link in the sidebar, but you won’t be entered into this particular prize draw. There are more giveaways to come in the future, though, so it’s still worth signing up!
*The winner will be receiving one copy of our custom Speeder Bike plus this guy (the official version of the Scout Trooper as it appears in sets), rather than the customised version that appears in the above imagery and video.