The 'Star Wars Millennial Falcon' kit features an astonishing 7,541 pieces, making it LEGO's largest and most detailed series to date.
Those who love the challenge of piecing together intricate LEGO models will be thrilled with this revamped collector's item. The original model, which was released 10 years ago, featured 5,200 pieces. The new set maintains the iconic Millennial Falcon silhouette, but an infusion of an extra 2,000 pieces offers a more intricate and demanding building experience. The kit comes equipped with 10 mini figures, including: two porgs, Han Solo, C-3P0, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, BB-8, old Han Solo, Finn, and Rey.
In addition to the Millennial Falcon set standing as LEGO's largest iteration, it's also the company's most expensive. Available at a $800 price tag, this kit would appeal to dedicated fans of the series.
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The 'Millennial Falcon Star Wars' Kit Contains Over 7,000 Pieces
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