Heber City, Utah: Crashed Star Wars TIE Fighter (Gone)

Built by artist Randy Christ and unveiled May 4, 2019. Randy gave the fighter "battle scars" with a shotgun. It was built out of plywood and styrofoam, so it didn't last long.
Directions:
On the west side of US-40, one mile north of the Heber City town limits. Set back from the highway about a hundred yards. Private property; visible from the road.
Hours:
July 2019: Gone.
Status:
Gone

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Crashed Star Wars TIE Fighter

No longer there as of 7/14/19.

[Jodie Ford, 07/23/2019]

Sadly, not surprising; the Fighter was essentially made of cardboard. It was cool while it lasted!

Star Wars TIE Fighter.

Crashed Star Wars TIE Fighter

Apparently the Empire made first contact with Earth in Heber City, Utah.

[S Ingram, 06/19/2019]

Built by artist Randy Christ out of plywood, styrofoam, and pipe. Unveiled May 4, 2019. Randy gave the fighter "battle scars" with a shotgun.

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