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LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon
|Price:||$5,899.99 + $16.99 shipping|
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- This is the ultimate Millennium Falcon. The most important and most iconic model within the Star Wars universe.
- This BIG stable model measures (in inches): 33.1 (L) x 22.2 ( W) x 8.3 (H)
- Special features include a retractable boarding ramp. The cockpit top can be removed to access mini-figures
- The model can also be lifted in the black technic beams when gun turret is off
- This is it the biggest LEGO Star Wars model ever made - 5195 pieces
- For the first time in mini-figure scale. Noted as one of Lucas Licensing's favorite Star Wars models for 2007
- Mini-figure gallery: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa
- Guns in top and bottom turrets can rotate. The top gun turret can be removed to sit mini-figure
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The most iconic vessel in the Star Wars universe, the smuggler Han Solo won the Millennium Falcon from fellow rogue Lando Calrissian in a game of sabacc. Every detail of this famous, modified Corellian Engineering Corporation YT-1300 freighter is packed into this model, which is constructed to scale. LEGO mini-figures of Han Solo, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia Organa are included, so you can really replay your favorite scenes. Start off by testing your skills as a pilot and see if you can navigate the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, the way Han Solo claims to. Later, you'll want to stage an attack on the dangerous Death Star.
Huge, spectacular, and movie-accurate, the Millennium Falcon is the ultimate center piece of any Star Wars or Lego collection. When completed, this model is over 33-inches long, 22-inches wide, and eight-inches tall. Rotating top- and bottom-mounted quad-laser turrets, a radar dish that rotates and can be elevated, and a boarding ramp that can be extended are just some of the cool features included in this model. You can seat a crew of four mini-figures at the controls in the removable cockpit. And landing gear provides a stable base for model to stand on.
Building Your Own Millennium Falcon
With 5,196 Lego pieces, the Millennium Falcon took more than 50 hours to construct. Split between two adult builders and several days, these hours provided a fun time to chat and reminisce about favorite Star Wars moments. We imagine that having the original trilogy playing in the background might have motivated us to construct this starship even faster.
A huge percentage of the pieces come in shades of gray, and approaching construction requires a bit of organization and discipline. This means that building the Millennium Falcon is not a project for the faint of heart, but detailed, step-by-step instructions help ensure that construction is a relatively straightforward process, despite the complexity of the finished model. Once it's built, the Millennium Falcon is sure to inspire awe all around. Collector's will appreciate the display card that allows them to show off ship specs with the model.
What's in the Box
5,195 Lego pieces, instruction booklets, and a collector's display card.
Top Customer Reviews
There was another review below that stated that stated that they, an avid Lego collector myself, received the product slightly damaged. Well, right after I placed my order thru Amazon.com, I contacted their customer service team and asked if they could add some extra packaging material to protect the product. A representative replied back stating that there were no guarantees about how the product was going to be packaged, but forwarded the note to the warehouse. I received the product a few days after I order the Lego set and it was in a large Amazon.com box that was well packaged. The product arrived undamaged.
Overall, Amazon.com took care of my collector's and has delivered the product in record time! Thank you Amazon.com!
Piece organization is very important as we soon realized. Epic set for epic fun. I plan on building a coffee table around it for display and to keep the girls away.
If you got the cash get the set.
You can spot the reason why when you are building it. It has braces, beams, studs, braces and even long red rivets. This set was built to stay together. In fact, I can take the top turret off, which just slides off, so you really don't have to unsnap anything, and then grab the built set by the framework right under the turret, and carry it around and everything, and it all stays together. You can't do that with any other UCS set, with maybe the exception of the Snow Speeder.
Lego needs to have the construction worker who helped design this set, help design all of the UCS sets, and cut the Lego SEO's salary a bit and give it to that person.
You need patience and a level of maturity to do the assembly since there are a gigantic number of small parts. The assembly manual is very good if you follow it carefully. Based on where the price point is today, you are better off buying a used set if you want to actually assemble the set.
I really enjoyed all the little details including the fact that it is scale to the minifigures. I have been building LEGOs since I was a toddler in the early 1980s and this is hands down the most enjoyable set to build and play with.
I recommend this to any fan of LEGOs and/or Star Wars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
6k is really an out of this galaxy price! That being said I hope I win the lottery for exactly 6k +Shipping and handling, so I can buy this!Published 10 days ago by Kyle's Style
Umm 5000 bucks for a plastic toy that's not rare?? No. This set realistically since it's no longer made should be no more than 8 or 9 hundred bucks. Read morePublished 23 days ago by DAS88
i hate this this is a rip off 6000000 dollars for this wow no one can buy thisPublished 1 month ago by TP
Dont get me wrong this looks like an awesome lego!! But seriously who would pay $6,000+ real money for this lego? haha Insane. I bet this is extremely fun to put together though.Published 1 month ago by Andrew Bronson
I bought 3 of these sets for $5,999 each. One of them I built with my kids and they loved it. The second one I put away in the closet hoping to re-sell it in the future for a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Luis
$5000+ for a Lego set is insane...you could literally make the exact same set by buying the pieces separately in bulk for under $600. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really 5000 dollars you wish I could by it if you think I'm going to by it so you are stupid I make 20000 dollars a month I mean so stupid.Published 4 months ago by ELI
My name is ed Mack and I had one of these while a kid. My brother Jeff took it from me and I havnt seen it since. So happy to find one on Amazon for 4k. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stephen_rockefeller
5,000 dollars you crazy no one buy that new you gotta wait the future till old more than 5,000.. I think you wish getting 5,000Published 8 months ago by Ryan Jensen