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Star Wars Millennium Falcon Haynes Manual

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2011

If you just bought a used Millenium Falcon, you probably need to do some repair work, but it didn’t come with the original manual so you have no idea what to do and no Wookie to help you. Fear not. The Millennium Falcon Owners Workshop Manual from Haynes can help.

Now you will be able to find out everything you need to know in order to repair your Millennium Falcon. It features detailed repair plans just like the Haynes manuals that are available for most of the cars on the road today.

Millennium Falcon Guitar rocks the Cantina

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2010

We’ve seen some sweet ass guitars round these parts, but nothing compares to this Millenium Falcon guitar. It was created by one Travis S, who knows how to meld guitar with ship like a true master.

This thing may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts. It even lights up just like the real Falcon. Now all he needs is some alien friends with saxophones and he can rock the Cantina with this thing. It is fully functional.

Millennium Falcon Dreamcast

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2010

She may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts. Very true. Especially when you cram a Sega Dreamcast into a Millennium Falcon toy. User “Pezzapoo” of the Ben Heck forums sure made this one look good.

The DC game port facia fit into the toy with only about a millimeter to spare. That’s when he knew it was magic. In case you were wondering, two side docking ring fans keep the hot DC from melting. Anytime some modder puts a console in a Star Wars ship, somewhere far far away, an X-Wing gets it’s wings.

This Millennium Falcon actually flies, has no room for cargo

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2010

They had to chop away nearly the whole damn ship to do it, but this Millenium Falcon actually flies. And since almost the entire ship is gone, you won’t be smuggling any contraband. We still dig it though.

This 11 by 8-inch Millennium Falcon was released at Toy Fair this year. It’s a must have for any Star Wars fan. The remote-controlled Falcon even comes with a charging controller for the price of $50. And it’s totally easy for any Stormtrooper to disable this bird when it flies away. Just pew pew pew to that fan in the center.

XBox Millennium Falcon mod

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2009

XBox Millennium Falcon modCheck out this XBox Millennium Falcon mod that looks like an Imperial version of the ship. You can make one too thanks to the complete instructions provided. It’s not an easy mod though. You’ll need to know how to grind with a dremel and solder and do some wiring.

But in the end you’ll get an XBox inside of a classic Kenner 1979 Millennium Falcon toy and all of that hard work will have payed off. Though I’m not sure there will be room for Han and Chewie any longer.

Millennium Falcon Sled won’t do hyperspace

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2008

Millennium Falcon Sled won’t do hyperspaceThis version of the Falcon is squished, probably from your fat butt sliding down hills. The Falcon has seen better days that’s for sure. But sadly, this is as close as you are likely to get, to really being able to ride the Falcon. You’ll be riding on, not in.

The Millennium Falcon sled is basically a souped-up saucer sled that allows older geeks to have some winter fun outside and be pointed at by young kids who have cooler sleds that don’t look like a flattened cartoon spaceship. It’s pretty expensive for a saucer sled at $34.99, but hell, it’s shaped like the Millennium Falcon.

Millennium Falcon cake is too good to eat

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2008

Millennium Falcon cakeWe’ve seen our share of geek cakes, whether you’re talking Star Trek or R2-D2. But the Millennium Falcon cake is the best yet. Probably the best ever. It takes the cake.

It’s super detailed and would leave a trail of sickeningly sweet icing through hyperspace. It was made by Charm City Cakes in Baltimore and some lucky guy who isn’t me received it this weekend for his birthday. I wouldn’t know whether to eat it or get my old action figures out and play. It just needs a blockade of Star Destroyer cakes to outrun and the scene is complete.