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Cool Lego Aircraft Carrier

Not much to say about this, apart from the fact that it’s one of the bestest Lego models I have ever seen (and I’ve been to Legoland).

The models at Legoland are really nice, but they are also really big, things like this that have such insane amounts of detail whilst keeping everything to the traditional Lego scale (the little yellow Lego men can sit in the planes) are what I love.

A quick disclaimer: I have nothing to do with this wonderful Lego creation. It’s simply a model I thought was cool so linked too. I can’t help with any questions about the model. Sorry

I really like the fact that they built the inside and added all the little details, it’s absolutely stunning.

This is a perfect example of why Lego is the best toy ever.



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Ben is a lifelong Nintendo fan who also likes to build websites, and develop games. He also buys way too much Lego.

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  1. That is too cool! The detail of it all and the size is really amazing. I wonder how long it took them to put it together?

  2. can you buy the aircraft carrier and how much would it be Wwe do not have a website

  3. I didn’t make the aircraft carrier – I only link to the website for the person who did make it. I very much doubt you can buy anything like it, and if you could it would cost a small fortune.

  4. 1. It is over 300,000 pieces.
    2. It took 3 years to build. (including constant revisions)
    3. It was revised about 5 time to got the desired result
    4. It can float in water.
    5. And I am never going to make instructions because it took so long

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  6. That model is sick!!!I’ve been building small models of aircraft carriers.Alot of time propably,may’be even 1,000’s of hours.I really like the aircraft carrier,where
    did you get all the legos from.

    • Please read the note at the top of this post. It’s not my model. It was created by a Lego enthusiast.