By Jonathon Dornbush
Updated May 12, 2015 at 05:56 PM EDT
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Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope

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  • Movie

This may not be the Lego Millennium Falcon you’re looking for—or actually able to purchase—but it’s probably the most impressive one you’ll find.

Titan Creations assembled a massive Lego Millennium Falcon that comes in much larger than the biggest Falcon set that Lego has officially released. Titan’s version is 110 cm long by 85 cm wide, about 30 cm larger by both width and length than the Ultimate Collector’s edition.

The project took a team of six builders two months to plan and build and is incredibly intricate in its detail. There may be no roof, but the ship is outfitted with several rooms, 24 LED lights, and plenty of internal wiring to make sure this hunk of junk can actually fly. (Sorry, it can’t actually fly.) Even Batman makes a cameo in the ship’s halls.

Take a look at a few more detailed images below, and head over to Titan Creations Flickr and Facebook pages for more.

In a related video, Star Wars: The Force Awakens star Domhnall Gleeson talks about his career while playing a Star Wars video game.

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Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope

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  • Movie
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mpaa
  • PG
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  • 121 minutes
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