Lol. Don’t know. The marriage of the front and back halves was like 3000 pieces before. It’d probably take 8 hours or more to reverse the build to that point and as many tonput back together. Maybe more than 10 or 12 as I put that much time in yesterday alone.
A team of nine, led by Ryan McNaught, a LEGO Certified Professional, took over 1,300 hours to complete the project, during which they used more than 320,000 pieces. Supporting the structure is a steel frame and all bricks were glued together.