That Zam speeder is still an attrocious POS in and of itself.
#1 anything that size should be done to-scale, no excuses.
#2 if Hasbro took the time to actually research their own product, they'd have realized that the paint on the rubbery part of the ship would react with the materials used to construct the "damage" feature, and would forever remain tacky.
The Zam speeder is a lint/cat hair magnet.
Brilliant guys, just brilliant.
Anakin's speeder suffered from the same scale issues, though at least the engine cowls (why'd the damn thing have a damage feature in the first place, when it never even crashes? Stupid...) weren't tacky for all eternity. Still a sucky vehicle. Got 'em for $3 each as I recall and still regret it.