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The 111-Pound LEGO Battlestar Galactica Valkyrie

by Range

Did you think that Garry King’s 54-pound LEGO Battlestar Galactica spaceship was impressive? Check out his new latest creation, the BSG Valkyrie, made entirely of LEGO bricks, and weighing in at a whopping 111 pounds!


In addition to its weight, Valkyrie is huge. Gary’s new model measures 122 inches in length, 43.3 inches in width and 14.9 inches in height. The landing bays are 51 inches long. It took Gary five months to construct this 42,341-piece model of the Valkyrie. It was made only using images found on the Internet, so it might not be as accurate as some superfans would like. It’s still an amazing build.


It’s cool that this time around Gary actually built one of the ships that we’ve grown familiar with in the most recent series. Gary thinks that there are probably a few turrets missing. To be honest, I don’t really miss them. The build looks pretty darn amazing as it is.


You can find more photos and details about the Valkyrie model over at MOCpages.


[via Brothers-Brick]

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