Two Swedish Men Attach Lego Star Wars Destroyer To Rocket And Fire It Into A Wall

Written by Neha Monga
December 14, 2017  

Swedish brothers David and Henrik Windestal who regularly construct different types of rockets, recently built a Lego Star War Super Star Destroyer.

After building the 3,152-piece destroyer, the duo attached the 3.5 kg gorgeous looking spaceship to a rocket sled and in no time the craft accelerated at a speed of 108 km/h. While many would have loved to see the spaceship fly high in the air, the brothers decided to ram it into a wall.

The YouTuber brothers who uploaded their video on December 11, have received more than 100,000 views on their video till now.

Towards the end of the video you can also see the brothers enjoying the slow-mo version of the crash which gives the full extent of the smash.

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Lego Star Wars Super Star destroyer

‘Vader is still on there’ says David as he learns that Lego Darth Vader is still attached to the spaceship as it crashed into the wall.

Well, it seems the more satisfying thing than building a gigantic Lego structure is watching it explode into thousand small pieces.get unnecessarily blasted to bits.


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