PARMA, Ohio (KBCWtv) — A Halloween lawn display in Parma, Ohio is attracting hundreds Star Wars fans to visit a monument to the original trilogy.
Nick Meyer built a full-size replica of the AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) Walker from the movie The Empire Strikes Back. It took over a year and half and cost over a $1,000 for the elevator mechanic to build the 2-story “weapon of the Empire.”READ MORE: Brittany Adebumola And Joseph David-Jones Say 'The 4400' Is 'A Beautiful Companion To The Original'
Meyer based the design from a toy he bought online. Using hard foam, plastic barrels and plywood, the AT-AT now stands in front of his Cleveland suburban home. He even has a Stormtrooper mannequin standing guard nearby.READ MORE: Batwoman Star Javicia Leslie Says 'I’m Really Excited For The Villains'
The cockpit also lights up,too.
Each year, Meyer says he builds “over-the-top” displays for Halloween. The AT-AT has been so popular, visitors donate money so he can build something bigger the following year.
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