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|Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon|
This was formerly the largest set ever produced by LEGO, measuring 33"(84 cm) long by 22"(56 cm) wide and 8.3"(21 cm) tall, until being surpassed by 10189 Taj Mahal (which was eventually proceeded by 75192 Millennium Falcon, an updated version of this set). It was designed to be to scale with the minifigures, unlike most other Ultimate Collector's Series sets. The model is very intricate in detail with many special SNOT (Studs Not On Top) techniques involved in the front mandibles, so the set was designed more than just a toy, but mimicking the basic Star Wars technology and architecture. The first copies of this set sold through LEGO.com received a special first edition certificate of authenticity.
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This is it - the biggest, most spectacular LEGO® model ever! Straight out of the classic Star Wars movies comes the Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon, Han Solo's famous smuggling starship. Every detail of the modified Corellian Engineering Corporation YT-1300 freighter is here, all constructed to scale with LEGO minifigures. At almost 3 feet (90cm) long, it's the ultimate centerpiece to any LEGO collection!
- With over 5,000 pieces, this is the biggest LEGO set ever made!
- Model is built completely to minifigure scale - minifigures can sit inside and man the controls!
- Landing gear provides a stable base for model to stand on!
- Ship is over 33" long, 22" wide and 8" tall! (84cm long x 56cm wide x 21cm tall)
- Radar dish rotates and elevates and boarding ramp extends!
- Top and bottom quad-laser turrets rotate for realistic play!
- Cockpit top can be removed to access minifigures!
- Includes 5 minifigures: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Organa!
- This special set also includes a display card with detailed ship specifications!
- This is the third largest LEGO set ever made, piece-wise. Only 75192 Millennium Falcon and 10189 Taj Mahal have higher piece counts.
- According to the UCS Promotional Poster, this set retired in 2009 but wasn't fully discontinued (sold out) until June 24 2010.
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