If you thought the 1/6th scale Millennium cockpit from Hot Toys was amazeballs, wait until you get a load of what they have planned for Ani-Com and Games Hong Kong. It’s huge….

Hot Toys announced via its Facebook Page, that is intends to show off a 1/6th scale Millennium Falcon at the show! That means the full ship will be 18 feet long and 12 feet wide. My guess is it will be fully decked out with detail, both inside and out, and short of flying around the convention center, it will be the center of attention at the event.

As far as getting your mitts on one, don’t cash in your stocks and bonds just yet. The company has not announced any mass production, or any hint of a price. Of course if it were for sale, I would expect this massive model to set you back at least $5,000.

If you are attending Ani-Com and Games Hong Kong, please take pictures of the ship and send it to us!

via Hot Toys

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3 Comments

  1. July 20, 2015 at 3:17 pm — Reply

    I see it with my own eyes and still dont believe its true. What a time to be alive!

  2. ScytheNoire
    July 20, 2015 at 11:14 pm — Reply

    $5,000? Not even close. A life-size Terminator is $6,000 and this is WAY beyond that. It will be at least 5x that price, if not 10x.

    • July 21, 2015 at 12:27 pm — Reply

      Agreed – 5K sounds like a freaking bargain.

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