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(Star Wars) Custom LEGOŽ Millennium Falcon . . This is my custom LEGOŽ model of the Millennium Falcon from the Star Wars Trilogy. My goal while building this was to create something with the intricacies of the UCS set, but in a size comparable to the more playable non-UCS sets. There were also several LifeLites used in this model, most notably for the forward lighting, hyperdrive, and boarding ramp. This creation may also be viewed in its Flickr Gallery. For more of his creations and other work, visit LED lights from LifeLites are strung through the front "mandibles" of the ship to provide the forward lighting. One of the most critical areas on this design to show the intricacies was the back of the ship on the top of the hull. The dish was created using a technic-style construction to accurately get the shape and size. The dish also has the ability to rotate 360 degrees. Here is a close-up of the weapons. This was also mirrored on the bottom of the hull to be consistent with the schematics of the ship. The top-back of the hull can be removed to reveal the largest play-area of the design, in which minifigures can sit or stand while the top cover is positioned in place. From an earlier version of the design's interior, a great shot of some familiar faces in the main play area of the model. LED lights were also placed into the bottom of the hull to shine downward. LED lights from LifeLites are connected to the blue translucent pieces to illuminate the engine. This shot is from an earlier version of this model, but the photo has always been one of my favorites. "Let the Wookie win." A shot of the dejarik table (often referred to as "the chess board"). Notice even the design of the chair was made to resemble what we've seen. A couple of floor boards are removable, revealing hidden compartments. This is a great shot of Han and Chewbacca in the cockpit. The windshield piece used was from the first LEGO release of the Millennium Falcon, set #7190. Return of the Jedi, anyone? The boarding ramp is retractable, and when closed, the support arms simply swing backward and attach to the bottom of the hull. There are several LifeLites used in this custom model. This shows how they were used to illuminate the boarding ramp. The Millennium Falcon

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