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Seguin,TX-based electronic instrument technician Marco Garza of Pikotek Design modified a Star Wars Millennium Falcon toy from 1977 to house a Technics SL-1200 turntable.

Garza found the toy itself back in the mid-90s being sold for only $2 because it was missing all of its parts. As soon as he saw it he thought it would make an awesome turntable, so this project has been in the works for quite some time. One of the first things he had to do to the ship was modify it to support the weight of the turntable. Most of the metal parts he needed for the project were sourced from Green Guy Recycling.

The process of repurposing a vintage version of Han Solo’s famous freighter took nearly nine months. Now it’s the Millennium 1200, surely a candidate for geekiest turntable in the galaxy.

Visit the Garza’s Millennium 1200 project page for more photos and a detailed description how this fantastic hunk of junk was made.

[via Laughing Squid]


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