Lego 'Stars Wars' Millennium Falcon Is the Biggest, Most Expensive Set Ever

The new $799.99 Ultimate Collector Series model has more than 7,500 pieces.
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This Lego model definitely looks like it can make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs — provided you have the space and money for it.

Meet Lego's outrageous new Ultimate Collector's Series Millennium Falcon. It is the largest and most expensive set in the company's history, clocking in at 7,541 pieces and sporting a $799.99 price tag. (The previous record holder was the 5,922 piece Taj Mahal).

The company is touting the UCS Falcon as the "largest, most detailed" Lego Falcon ever with its intricate exterior detailing, four-figure cockpit and intricate interior. The set also comes with seven minifigures: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia and C-3PO from the original trilogy and an older Han Solo, Rey and Finn from The Force Awakens. There's also a BB-8, two buildable Porgs and Manock (the last two of which will be introduced in December's The Last Jedi).

The UCS Millennium Falcon will be available for VIP early access purchase on Sept. 14 and to the general public on Oct. 1.  

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