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gunpowder17

Deagostini Millennium Falcon

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Finished at last. I followed photos closer than i have for any other falcon build. I even put the little = marks on. Looks fantastic on its wall mount.

 

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Depends. Subscribing will cost around £1100 , Deagostini are selling the kit in one go for £899 , but if you look on ebay you could get one thats not been built for roundabout £500 , or a part built one from £200 upwards. As to whether its worth it or not? The only other options for a studio scale Falcon are the Master Replicas one at £4000 upwards or the hasbro heroes toy which takes alot of work.. For what i paid for mine it was well worth it.

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what can one say...outstanding, and a genius display stand too!

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Nice. What scale is it or perhaps more importantly how big is the actual model?

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And I thought the 1/72 scale ones were big.............!  I might just have to steal the mounting idea for something.  I would never have thought of a TV or speaker stand.

 

Without wishing to pollute this thread, but seeing that we have some aficionados here, does anyone have any one-word answers on the best 1/72 Falcon kit??  I've long hankered after a large Falcon but there's no way I could justify the price of the deAgostini version.

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Thanks for the reply. I'm in the final stages of the deagostini r2-d2 build and fancy the BIG falcon next in affordable bite size chunks, instead of a mortgage of a price tag. Love colour and v restrained weathering on yours...best I've ever seen.

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That looks really great - is it about 1/48 scale?

 

23 hours ago, Das Abteilung said:

Still the best part of £300 for Bandai, though.  What about something with a real world price tag?

Hannants have the 1/72 Bandai PG Falcon in for an eye watering £349.99; I'm sure it's worth every penny going by the standard of the 1/144 version I managed to get hold of, however it's going to be a long time before I can afford one!

 

Karl

 

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On 11/27/2018 at 2:22 PM, gunpowder17 said:

Thanks. Heres a wider shot

 

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Very nice.  What is this model made out of, resin?

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