24 October 2012 5:05 PM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

What. The. Eff.

Times are still tough for a lot of people in America these days, but who says citizens can't spend ludicrous amounts of money constructing full-scale models of spacecrafts from their favorite science fiction movies? That's exactly what Chris Lee is doing, putting a team together at Full Scale Falcon (via Geekologie) to build a full-scale replica of Han Solo's Millennium Falcon and putting him in the running for one of the craziest and biggest Star Wars nerds I've ever heard of. (And that's saying something.)

They've really thought this thing out, and it seems like they're totally serious about getting this bad boy completed. Check out their specs:

Length: 114 feet

Beam (docking ring to docking ring): 81.485 feet

Height to top of body (not counting quad-laser turret): 24.878 feet

Height to top of dish: 30.889 feet

Clearance: ground to landing gear bay level: 7.779 feet

Clearance: ground to outside »

- Ben Pearson

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