Note: Item comes rolled and packaged in a cardboard tube.
- "You've never heard of the Millenium Falcon?"
- Get all the technical specifications for Han Solo's hunk of junk!
- Astonishing spec plate from the Star Wars series.
- Beautiful collectible measures 36-inches wide x 17-inches tall.
- Framed limited edition of just 25 pieces!
"You've never heard of the Millenium Falcon? She's the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs!" Of course you've
heard of the Millenium Falcon, and you've probably wanted it for your very own since you first laid eyes on it. Well, this isn't it… but it's close! The Star Wars Millenium Falcon Framed Spec Plate from Acme Archives is nothing short of astonishing. Printed on a 1/8-inch thick aluminum metal plate, it measures 36-inches wide x 17-inches tall and displays the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy in all its splendor, with tons of detailed information about the spaceship and alternative images for reference. If you're a fan of the Star Wars
series, this beautiful collectible belongs inside your home! Framed limited edition of just 25 pieces.
While Han Solo was busy taking a Carbonite nap - thanks to the combined efforts of bounty hunter Boba Fett and Darth Vader and his cronies at the behest of the Galactic Empire and gangster Jabba the Hutt - Lando Calrissian once again got his hands on his beloved Millenium Falcon spaceship. Since Lando was the previous owner of the Falcon, he had intimate knowledge of the vessel. However, since Han Solo had also had his hands on it, there was no telling in how bad a shape he left Lando's baby. Lando Calrissian is most definitely a gambling man (that's how he obtained Cloud City, after all), but he doesn't like to gamble with his life. This being the case, upon his repossession of the Millenium Falcon, Lando told Lobot to have his best ship mechanics check it out to make sure it was still star-worthy. Luckily, Lando's mechanic had some specification plates made and then misplaced them, making them now available to you! Ages 18 and up.