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When I pull it apart I’ll be pulling it apart carefully in sections as per the instructions. Search Search this blog: Prolific photographer, Lego junkie and tropical fish keeper.
Here the chassis is complete.
Kazza the Blank One manuql. Work completed by the 27th – not much else has been done! By Boxing Day night, this was how far I’d progressed.
An in-progress shot on Boxing Day. Looking through to the lower guns. The manual was even fatter than the Star Destroyer’s one. I suppose I could have made a mistake somewhere, but I doubt it, as to be missing pieces would mean getting out extra for the inventory for the step, as well as finding manuxl place for them not in the instructions.
Back on New Years Day – engine covers now done. So I asked my friend Dave to buy it for 1017 and ship it out.
And a final shot of the finished set, including the name plate. Showing the landing gear attached Looking up from underneath Working on the engine lights Back view of the engines attached The legi of the ship is now defined A front view The pieces are starting to 1017 out now Looking up from underneath at the newly attached lower skin A shot of the left side And the right side – showing the way-cool lowering gangway The upper and lower gunnery covers Looking through to the lower guns Top view when all the lower surface is finished Stu holds it up for me to show the whole base One of the side attachment gizmos Cockpit base is now attached By Boxing Day night, this was how far I’d progressed Han stands next to his ship for scale Work completed by the 27th – not much else has been done!
So as soon as we got home from lunch, I started. Working on the engine lights. Everything is spread out over our dining table Here the chassis is complete.
Everything is spread out over our dining table. These were the pieces I had leftover. So the next time I build it it will be a lot quicker. Top view when all the lower surface is finished. There were two 2×3 grey plates missing, and a manuxl right-sided wing. Yet strangely enough I had a left-sided wing left over. The saga for this Lego set began in when I first saw it for sale online. Lego Millenium Falcon The saga for this Lego set began in when I first saw it for sale online.
Looking up from underneath. This thing is rock solid and strong enough to bear the weight of all the lego when the ship is complete. So I then had to make the other six. By Christmas night I’d finished this much of it An in-progress shot on Boxing Day A shot of the seven landing struts while they were in progress.
Stu holds it up for me to show the whole base. The pieces are starting to thin out now. The box was massive.
So there we go. My manual also had a mistake on page I missed the instruction at the beginning that said there were seven of them, and so had completed one when I saw x7. Here’s some shots of the finished Lego set Some detailed shots These lgeo the pieces I had leftover. Other than a case of strep-throat leyo me, we all had a great time. It’d be very cool to get the Millenium Falcon and the Star Destroyer built together. Inside, all the different sorts of pieces are bagged together – there’s no division based on section, so it was a lot of work to find pieces as I went along.
When packaged, it all weighed 12lb, 8oz. A shot of the seven landing struts while they were in progress. Lego Millenium Falcon How stupid is that. So it wasn’t until 5 January mmanual I could complete photographing it.
Han stands next to his ship for scale. Back view of the engines attached. Looking up from underneath at the newly attached lower skin. One of the side attachment gizmos. The outline of the ship is now defined.
Kazza the Blank One. The upper and lower gunnery covers. By Christmas night I’d finished this much of it. A shot of the left side. To complete the set for photographs, I took a couple of plates from non-essential surfaces and the wing, and attached them to the places you can actually see.