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Run, Kessel, Run!
The Millennium Falcon is an intermediate Iconx model that comes on two sheets of metal. Its assembled size is 4.25L x 3W x 2.75H.
If you think Metal Earth models are just too small, Iconx was made for you. Their larger size can accommodate even more laser-etched detail on 4" x 8" (10.16 x 20.32 cm) metal sheets. Pop out the pieces by hand (or use wire cutters to get especially crisp lines), bend the tabs using needle-nose pliers, and fit them together as shown in the simple pictorial instructions.
Please note that Iconx models have sharp edges and are not suitable for small children. Recommended for ages 14+.
Are you curious...?
Lando Calrissian owned this dilapidated freighter before Han Solo won it in a game of chance and flew it into cinematic history with first mate Chewbacca. As you'd expect in a smuggling vessel, the Millennium Falcon is more than meets the eye. In the first Star Wars movie, Solo brags that the Falcon made the Kessel run in "less than 12 parsecs." You might think that's pretty impressive for a freighter if you don't know that a parsec is a measure of distance, not time, so it's like saying that you drove to the mall in "less than 12 miles." Subsequent Star Wars scripts tried to walk back that line in various creative ways before finally settling on some vague talk about warping space. When The Force Awakens resurrected the Falcon, the scavenger Rey asked Solo if the legend about the Kessel run is true. If you're going to own an error in a classic script, you might as well double down on it.