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Lego Star Destroyer

Check out the Lego Star Destroyer on Treasure Tables:

With 1,367 pieces and 75 steps, it took me about 3 1/2 hours to complete, this is easily the most involved Lego kit I’ve ever put together. It took me 3 1/2 hours to build, and the finished ship is two feet long.

This Star Destroyer is a smaller version (scaled for use with Lego figures) of the 3,000-piece beast Monte Cook built a couple of years back.

That's friggin cool. I want one. Amazon has it for about a hundred bucks, which seems excessive, but it's a Star Destroyer, man! How much is Imperial, ass-kicking Lego-ness worth? You can't put a price tag on that!

On the overall scale of geekiness, building one of these is as geeky as:

Now where did I put my hydrospanners...?

Comments on Lego Star Destroyer
  Comment from Anonymous Anonymous at Tuesday, October 24, 2006 12:34:00 PM
It's really amazing.. We're virtually blessed with all these ways to spend our time, and dont have any free time...

Now, thats progress!

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