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  • LEGO Star Wars X-wing Starfighter

    Thousands gather in New York City's Times Square on May 23, 2013 to watch the unveiling of the world's largest LEGO Model, a 1:1 replica of the LEGO Star Wars X-wing Starfighter that took 32 model builders, 5.3 million LEGO bricks and over 17,000 hours to complete. The original toy with retracting wings is made of 560 bricks and costs $59.99.
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  • LEGO Star Wars X-wing Starfighter

    LEGO Master Builder Erik Varszegi and an Imperial Stormtrooper inspect the thrusters of the largest LEGO model ever built, which weighs 45,979.61 lbs., upon its reveal in New York City's Times Square. The X-Wing Starfighter is on display in New York through May 25, 2013.
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  • LEGO Star Wars X-wing Starfighter

    This LEGO Star Wars X-wing Starfighter model is the world's largest LEGO model built at 40 feet x 40 feet x 13 feet high, which is 42 times the size of the original toy LEGO set.
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  • Star Wars X Wing Model

    The X-Fighter arrived by ship to a hangar in Islip, N.Y. from the Lego Model Shop in Kladno, Czech Republic, according to Gizmodo.
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  • LEGO Star Wars X-wing Starfighter

    Some visitors are able to sit inside the model. After three days in New York, the X-Fighter stays in the West Coast until the end of 2013.
    The LEGO Group
  • Lego Star Wars

    Legos and Star Wars super fan Tim Goddard used thousands of Legos to build miniature versions of some of the most well-known battle scenes from the Star Wars films. The scale of the pieces is 1 cm: 2 m. This scene is of Darth Vader's Grand Army of the Republic on the move.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    Goddard has about 200 mini vehicles, he told <a href="http://gizmodo.com/352245/using-hundreds-of-lego-star-wars-mini+spaceships-to-create-huge-battles" target="new">Gizmodo.com</a> in an interview.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    This is a Clone Turbo Tank. According to Star Wars lore, it was one of the largest military vehicles used by the Republic during the Clone Wars.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    This is a miniature Imperial fighter, which were used by elite fighter pilots in the Imperial Navy.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    The Millennium Falcon was used throughout the original three movies in the Star Wars series. Owned by Han Solo (played by a young Harrison Ford), the constantly stalling ship got Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker and his droids out of many jams.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    In this battle, rebel tanks find a sneaky route into an Imperial outpost.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    This is Prince Xizor's personal starfighter, the Virago. Goddard told Gizmodo that he used an architect's ruler to make sure he's keeping his renderings to scale.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    The TIE defender is seen throughout the Star Wars films. It is used by the Empire's fighters to ward off rebel fighters and figures prominently in the Battle of the Endor. The Ewoks lived on Endor, and the battle was fought in "Return of the Jedi."
    Tm Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    These are T3-Bs, tanks with tracked wheels, heavy lasers and side launchers.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    The X-wing Starfighter figures prominently in Star Wars lore and was used in the original Star Wars film when Luke Skywalker and other rebel pilots attempted to disable the Death Star. Skywalker is only able to destroy the huge structure when he shuts off his radar and "uses the Force."
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    Goddard has 200 mini-vehicles in his fleet.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    A X-wing fighter, one of the most recognizable of the Star Wars battle ships, in blue.
    Tim Goddard
  • Lego Star Wars

    The B-wing starfighter is a rebel fighter ship, that was used in the Battle of Endor.
    Tim Goddard
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