LEGO Ninjago Skull Truck (2506)  - LEGO -  LEGO Ninjago - FAO Schwarz®
  • LEGO Ninjago Skull Truck (2506)  - LEGO -  LEGO Ninjago - FAO Schwarz®
  • LEGO Ninjago Skull Truck (2506)  - LEGO -  LEGO Ninjago - FAO Schwarz®

LEGO Ninjago Skull Truck (2506)

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Take on the LEGO Ninjago Skull Truck (2506) and retrieve the Nunchucks of Lightning! Lord Garmadon and Wyplash have stolen the Nunchucks of Lightning and are escaping in the Skull Truck. Jay and Zane have been sent to stop them. Help them to dodge the Skull Truck's mighty bone fist and powerful jaws!

The LEGO Ninjago Skull Truck (2506) includes:
  • 4 (No Suggestions): Jay, Zane, Lord Garmadon and Wyplash with assorted weapons
  • Skull Truck features moving jaws, firing bone fist and 2 cages
  • Also includes Nunchucks of lightning, thunder bolt, bone axe and spear
  • Aim and fire the bone fist!
  • Battle on any terrain with huge rubber tires and realistic suspension!
  • Snap the jaws of the skull face closed with the Skull Truck's suspension system!
  • Trap your enemies in the bone cages!
  • Measures over 7" (17cm) wide, 9" (22cm) long and 7" (17cm) tall
  • Contain 515 pieces.

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