LEGO City Monster Truck 60180 Building Kit (192 Piece)

Become a legend and do the most gravity-defying stunts at the demolition derby in the LEGO City 60180 Monster Truck set, featuring a colorful monster truck model with giant wheels, big engine with air scoop and working suspension, plus a buildable ramp and 2 fire containers with flame elements. This cool monster truck construction toy includes a stunt driver minifigure.

Product Features

  • Build a cool monster truck toy with big engine, giant wheels, 2 fire barrels with flame elements and a buildable ramp, then be the hero of the demolition derby!
  • Includes a stunt driver figure
  • Monster truck measures over 4″ (12cm) high, 5″ (14cm) long and 3″ (9cm) wide;Ramp measures over 3″ (9cm) wide and 2″ (6cm) deep
  • 192 pieces – Monster truck model construction toy for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 12
  • LEGO City building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building

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2 Responses to LEGO City Monster Truck 60180 Building Kit (192 Piece)

  1. The LEGO Guy says:

    Cool monster truck! I really like this LEGO monster truck. LEGO has had a couple different monster trucks over the past two years, and frankly, they pale in comparison. This monster truck dwarfs them in comparison and definitely makes a HUGE statement.Pros:~ The monster truck is HUGE… check out my picture that shows the truck next to the minifig~ The two rubber bands that come with this set make the shocks on this set very realistic…

  2. Carrie says:

    Very cool design and use of rubber bands WIth 2 boys, we see our share of lego sets. This was my first time having rubber bands included to make springs for the undercarriage. The cool-factor went up a lot. The massive tires are really fun, too. The accessory ramp is lacking and really rather unnecessary, but the truck is great.Side-note: why do the lego city vehicles make you disassemble the roof of the cab to get the people inside and out? Whatever happened to hinged rooftops? My 4yo has trouble getting the lid…

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