Check Out This Amazingly Detailed 'Ghostbusters' Firehouse LEGO Set
After seeing a failed Shaun of the Dead LEGO set get shot down, and a stellar Back to the Future DeLorean set get approved for production, we're pretty taken aback with this new creation. Alex Jones, a LEGO aficionado who has crafted some amazing custom creations, has taken the time to create a meticulously detailed set emulating the firehouse from Ghostbusters. Now for those who may remember that only a couple rooms in the tall building can be seen in the two movies, Jones went the extra step to watch the entire Ghostbusters cartoon series to fill in the gaps and fit some of the settings into his impressive model.
Jones says, "Planning on the interior was a bit confusing in the beginning, because of the fact that in the movies you always see only the garage and first floor. When I played the Ghostbusters game there are only two floors too. While watching the animated show, I found out more about interior setups that would work with the model. The attention to detail with some of the features was very important to me and I spent hours on planning. The overall weight is about 15 kg and it took me around 2 months building." Damn, this is just incredible. Maybe the Cuusoo can get this set approved to buy, or at least just the Ecto-1. Cool?