Star Wars AT-AT Imperial Walker made from recycled computer parts for sale
Wow. Our inner-geeks have just exploded. Not only is this an amazing sculpture of an Imperial Walker (AT-AT) from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, that stands over a foot tall and weighs almost 7kg, it's also made entirely from recycled computer parts.
Metal forger Sage Werbock, who also used to be a sideshow performer, is selling his masterpiece on etsy.com for a, what seems reasonable, £275.71 ($450). He's also willing to ship it to anywhere in the world for an extra £15.87 ($25), which is extremely fair considering its bulk.
However, there's one catch: This is a one of a kind piece of art, so it's strictly first come first served. It's such a unique sculpture that it's highly unlikely he'll never be able to recreate it.
Mind you, if you miss out or are more budget-concious, you could always check out his equally brilliant ED-209 from Robocop. That's currently going for £95.24 ($150).
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