Now, as you age, your tastes in these “toys” should be maturing as well.
Only if it comes in 1/4 scale.
Heh … I think I preferred the CVN, myself …
TO: Stephen Green
RE: Go And Get It
Say it’s for your son….when he grows up to where YOU are TODAY.
Did you ever get the Death Star set? Oh, and my wife is going to end up killing both of us over that link. Me for buying it; you for reminding me this was coming out…
That is sweet!! My 7 year old is in transition from Batman to Star Wars. He just finished the Batmobile (#7784) with shockingly little help from me. But now is looking to the X-Wing Fighter.
The 1/20th scale LEGO Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon costs $500. If they did a 1/20 scale LEGO Ultimate Collector’s Death Star, it would be over 31,000 feet in diameter. What would it cost?
If they did a 1/20 scale LEGO Ultimate Collector’s Death Star, it would be over 31,000 feet in diameter. What would it cost?
Where would you keep it, in orbit? “That’s no small moon, that’s my lego Death Star.”
If they did a 1/20 scale LEGO Ultimate Collector’s Death Star, it would be over 31,000 feet in diameter.
Where would you keep it, in orbit?
I’d keep it right next to my 1:1-scale Lego™ model of Mount Everest.
If you’re going to spend that kind of money, why not buy a Fine Molds Falcon? It’s about the same size as the “classic” ERTL Falcon (about a half-inch smaller in all dimensions; apparently the ERTL kit is c. 1/68, while the Fine Molds kit is a true 1/72 reproduction), and at $160 it’s one-third the cost of the Lego Falcon.
On the other hand, you’ll have to actually deal with icky things like gluing, finishing, painting, and decals.
On the gripping hand, it’s the hands-down best reproduction of this “run down piece of junk” in mass production.
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