PERFECT GRADE MILLENNIUM FALCON 1/72 & 1/144 Red Squadron X-Wing Starfighter Plastic Model Kit from Bandai 1/72 Scale Plastic Model Kit

Bandai Hobby has hit the nail on the head! Where all Millennium Falcon kits released in the past have been based on the 32-inch screen used miniature, Bandai Hobby's 1/72 scale Perfect Grade Millennium Falcon plastic model kit is based on the 5-foot model used for detail shots in the original Star Wars film. In doing so, they are able to offer a product that is so detailed, it is a perfect scaled replica!

Their passion to create the perfect falcon has been nothing short than a painstaking labor of love. Bandai Hobby was able to identify every single piece used to kitbash the screen used ship, many of which, as it turned out, were their own kits!

Bandai Hobby hosts a special feature written by Studio Model Specialist Hiroshi Sumi on their website that illustrates the Japanese company's efforts to make this must-have collectible. Follow the link above to check it out. If you don't have time to read it right now, make sure to bookmark it. You won't be disappointed!

Bandai Hobby's 1/72 scale Perfect Grade Millennium Falcon plastic model kit began hitting shelves in North America in November, 2017.

Make sure to come back to this page for updates as we paint and put together this phenomenal kit!

   


  

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Product Information
Manufacturer: Bandai Hobby
Collection: Plastic Model Kits
Year: 2017
Original Retail Price: $399.99

What's In The Box?
  • 35x Sprues
  • 2x Detailed Thin Metal Sprues
  • Battery Pack
  • 3x Black Plug LED Lights
  • 3x White Plug LED Lights
  • Water Decal Sheet
  • Instruction Book

About This Set
  • This kit is awesome!

Text & Photography by D. Martin Myatt

Model Built & Painted by Stan Hyde


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