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Tipping the scales at 7,541 pieces, it’s Lego’s largest set ever released.
The folks over at Twizzle got to wondering how much it would cost to produce a real life working Millennium Falcon. After crunching the numbers and applying a good dose of real world logic, they determined that the Millennium Falcon would cost 1,988,348,881 British pounds, or $2,474,132,337.
The Kessel Run was one of the most heavily used smuggling routes in the Galactic Empire. Han Solo claimed that his Millennium Falcon “made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs”. A parsec is a unit of distance, not time.
The Ninjago City LEGO set has 4,867 pieces, putting it behind the Ultimate Collector’s Series edition of the Millennium Falcon and the Taj Mahal for highest piece count.
With over 3,000 pieces, measuring nearly 50 inches (124. 5 cm) long and weighing nearly 8 pounds (3. 5 kg), every aspect of this fantastic LEGO Star Wars model impresses. Includes Darth Vader, Admiral Piett, Dengar, Bossk and IG-88 minifigures.