Millennium Falcon

Published: February 6th, 2009     
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Box Art
Reviewed by: James Woody - IPMS# 33899
Scale: 1/72
Company: Fine Molds
Price: $230.00
Product / Stock #: SW-6

What can I say about this new model kit except WOW. The box is a whopping 17.75" x 27.75" x 4". Inside the box there is 16 part trees, a poly bag of screws and poly caps, decals, and a 24 page instruction booklet. The instruction booklet has 34 steps with options to build the Falcon from either Episode 4 or 5, because you get figures of Han, Chewie, Luke, Leia, C3P0, and Obi-Wan seated (for display in flight on the display stand) or of Leia, Luke, Han, and Sandtroopers standing with weapons. You get a paint and decal placement chart that is the size of the box, and a second sheet that has color photos of the filming prop.

The molding it top notch with only few ejector pin marks. The parts were all protected inside three parts boxes and all the trees were inside poly bags. This kit looks to be one of the best that I have seen this year. It is a very welcome release for those of us who like the Star Wars movies and hated that the kits were in odd scales. With this kit you can now do that Hoth ice hanger diorama that you have always wanted to do...

  • Deflector
  • Details
  • Decals and Clear parts
    Decals and Clear parts
  • Instructions
  • Lower Hull
    Lower Hull
  • Paint Chart
    Paint Chart
  • Painting
  • Stand
  • Stand
  • Tree
  • Tree
  • Tree
  • Tree
  • Tree
  • Tree
  • Upper Hull
    Upper Hull
  • Boxtop Underside
    Boxtop Underside

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