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Custom build UCS Millennium Falcon with LEDS . Well, this is what I've been up too lately. After some more failures in attempting to build a large scale Star Destroyer, my best friend gave me the idea to build the UCS Millennium Falcon. And voilą, after two weeks of building this is the result. I was completely stunned by the scale and details on this thing, no wonder it is the best Lego Star Wars set ever. It is completely build with parts I owned. All the Falcon sets that came out since 1999 are in this thing next to some other parts I collected over the years. From the start of this build, I played with the idea of putting some LEDS in there as well. Hope you enjoy! Please rate and comment. . Sideview: Some of the added details I put on this thing: Rearview: This is an idea I've got from Matt De Lanoy's A.K.A Pepa Quin Millennium Falcon. ( So all credit to him!) I didn't like the rear section of the UCS version and it also made it difficult to put some LEDS in there. I like it far more better now since it looks like the Falcon in the movies. Close Up of the cockpit with computers from the latest Falcon set: Top rear view: Since i didn't own black radar dishes, this was the perfect solution: black radiator grilles =) I have to admit that I was a bit scared of how this would turn out, but it's not to bad. I dont't know if you noticed, but I also put in lots of old dark grey and old light grey pieces in this build. Why? well since the original set came out in new light grey it made it look too "new" In the movies it is referred to lots of times as an old junker so that's why I did it, just to make it look older. Underside: Other sideview with boardingramp: Rear with LEDS turned on: Even in the dark this is a stunner. All the LEDS in this thing are power function LEDS, so no lifelights or custom fabricated stuff. As you can see only the top row of light is alluminated since I didn't have more LEDS, but I've ordered some. It will be ok in a few days. Front with LEDS: As you can see it is safe to say that " I've made a lot of special modifications myself" The front plates were the transparent radar dishes are put on, are custom build by me to accept the LEDS. Cockpit wth LEDS turned on:

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