I am out and I get a call on my cell from a dear friend of mine. He just informs me that he is setting aside the rest of his day to build his new Lego Super Star Destroyer. My first reaction?
â€œYou bought this massive Lego Star Destroyer with your very own hard earned money and you have the GALL to tell me you are starting without me??â€
I promptly invade his home and insisted that I be a part of this massive undertaking.
Let me tell you. This is not a task for the easily distracted. Or Poor. The commitment to build the Lego Super Star Destroyer is a commitment not easily broken. Once you open that telephone book of instructions to this incredibly detailed 50 inch (1.27 meters) Lego masterpiece, you better have a lot of time on your hands.
Tran, Ken and I set out to build this set while our better halves decreased Tranâ€™s wine reserves.
The Display Title with statistics.
Partial hull detail with (not to scale) bridge interior.
Outer plating installed.
Another look at (not to scale) bridge interior. Includes holographic Emperor piece!
For scale, an Imperial Class Star Destroyer flies alongside.
Detail of bridge.
Tran making final adjustments.
The finished product.
This set is truly a masterpiece. This massive set comes packed in separate numbered bags. I wasnâ€™t exaggerating when I said the instructions resembled a phone book. It is quite daunting. We were constantly amazed at the clever construction methods, and giggled like children when we saw the tiny Imperial Class Star Destroyer and minifigs.
Thanks again to Tran, who let me share in this amazing day of Lego building.
Lego Death Star is next on the list!
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