PARMA, Ohio - Nick Meyer says he isn't a "Star Wars" fanatic, but you wouldn't be able to tell that by looking at his front yard.
Meyer built a two-story replica of an AT-AT walker on his lawn, a Cleveland.com report said.
"It was a weekend project," he told Cleveland.com. "We would tinker with it on the weekends."
The replica takes up most of his front lawn and is nearly as tall as his Parma, Ohio, home.
The walker is made with hard foam, wood and plastic barrels. Meyer said he began collecting the materials in April.
Meyer said several buddies came over on the weekend to piece it together.
AT-AT stands for All Terrain Armored Transport. It's a four-legged transport and combat vehicle used by Imperial ground forces, according to Starwars.com.
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