Check This Massively Detailed Cardboard Millenium Falcon

If you’re a big fan of Star Wars with a ton of cardboard and time on your hands, you may want to try this out.  Thomas Richner from Colombus, Ohio had a garage full of cardboard to clean up andm, instead of recycling it like a normal person, or having a kick ass bonfire, he opted to spend 140 hours putting together the Millennium Falcon because why not?  Why not indeed.  It may seem like a long time, but the level of detail is pretty staggering.

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Not too shabby.  you know, for junk from the garage.  Check out all the pics here