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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP07 Nov 2019 8:11 p.m. PST

… the Best Lego Model I've Ever Built.

"Ask any Star Wars collector and they'll tell you that Lego's $800 USD, 7,500+ piece Ultimate Collectors Millennium Falcon set was an absolute showstopper and the pinnacle of plastic brick model making. Until last week I would have agreed, but then I spent the past weekend building Lego's new 1989 Tim Burton Batmobile—and I truly believe it's the best set the toymaker has ever released.

At 3,306 pieces, the Burton Batmobile (or the "1989 Batmobile" as Lego refers to it) is less than half the piece count of Lego's UCS Millennium Falcon, and almost 1,500 pieces smaller than the recently released UCS Imperial Star Destroyer. But at 23 inches long it still feels massive, and every time I pick it up I use as much care as I would hoisting a toddler…"

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