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Jada Toys/Halo 4 Series 1

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Halo 4 series 1 is the first of Jada Toys' Halo series of die-cast models[1]. It features a unified scale approach, and was released in August 2012[1]. It is based on Halo 4, with one returning vehicle from Halo 3, as well as featuring a highly detailed 14 inch Collector’s Edition Warthog[1].

Series 1[edit]

Banshee[edit]

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The Banshee is 7.1"L x 7.2"W x 3.6"H. It features an opening cockpit, a 2.3" Elite Zealot with 10 point articulation, and a 1.7" Fuel Rod Grunt with 6 point articulation[2]

Ghost[edit]

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The Ghost is 4.2"L x 3.8"W x 1.8"H. It features a 2.3" Elite Zealot with 10 point articulation, and a 1.7" Plasma Pistol wielding Grunt with 6 point articulation, and includes a clear display stand[3]

Hornet[edit]

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The Hornet comes in two forms: the Artic-Edition and Combat-Edition. Both are 9.9"L x 9.1"W x 4.8"H, and feature an opening cockpit, a 2" Marine Pilot with 8 point articulation and a 2" ODST with a Battle Rifle and 8 point articulation[4][5].

Mongoose[edit]

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The Mongoose comes in two forms: the Mongoose, and the Combat-Edition Mongoose; the former features gloss paint, and the latter Matte paint. They are both 2.8"L x 1.58"W x 1.4"H. It comes with a rock base, and includes a 2" Spartan Soldier with 8 point articulation and a 2" Spartan Warrior with a Rocket Launcher and 8 point articulation - red team for the Mongoose, and blue team for the Combat-Edition Mongoose[6][7].

Warthog[edit]

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The Warthog comes in two forms: the Warthog, and the Combat-Edition Warthog; the former has gloss paint, and the latter has matte paint. Both are 7"L x 3.3"W x 2.8"H, and feature a removable turret, a 2" Master Chief with 8 point articulation and a 2" Marine with 8 point articulation[8][9].

Collector's Edition Warthog[edit]

The 14" Warthog comes in two forms: the Warthog and the Combat-Edition Warthog; the former has gloss paint, and the latter has matte paint. Both are 14"L x 6.6"W x 5.6"H, and feature working shocks, a working steering wheel, an opening hood with a detailed engine compartment, and a removable gun turret[10][11]. It is the largest die-cast vehicle Jada has ever produced[12].

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