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Inventor builds full size AT-AT Walker in his back yard

Colin Furze, from Stanford, Lincolnshire, is building a giant replica of AT-AT Walker by attaching wooden panels to a metal frame he constructed himself in his shed, Joinfo.com reports with reference to The Sun.

The construction took about 6 weeks, and now it’s done ahead of the coming premiere of “Rogue One.”

Watch the video about the project on Furze’s site:

The construction has been completed recently and Furze posted an update:

Previously, Colin made a 360-degree swing a jet bicycle.

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