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LEGO Steampunk Millenium Falcon: Wild Wild Wars

by Lambert Varias
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If Han Solo thinks that the Millenium Falcon doesn’t look like much, I wonder what he’ll say when he sees Flickr user markus19840420‘s LEGO steampunk take on his beloved spacecraft. Markus19840420 made the ship as his entry to FBTB’s Steam Wars Returns contest.

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I love the LEGO smoke rings near the back of the ship. Markus19840420 also took the time to set up part of the ship’s interior, as you’ll see in a couple of his images below.

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Fly to Markus19840420’s Flickr page to see more pictures of his lovable rust bucket. You might also want to check out the other contest entries on FBTB.

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