How much was the Clone Turbo Tank?

How much was the Clone Turbo Tank?

Star Wars The Clone Wars Clone Turbo Tank set 8098 was released on July 30, 2010, retailing for $120, it has since been retired.

How many pieces does the clone turbo tank have?

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Brand LEGO
Cartoon Character Star Wars
Theme Movie, Transportation
Material Plastic
Number of Pieces 903

How tall is the Clone Turbo Tank?

It measured 30.4 meters in height and 49.4 meters in length.

How long is the Clone Turbo Tank?

Clone Turbo Tank measures over 6” (17cm) high, 12” (31cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide. AT-RT measures over 3” (8cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide.

How much was the Lego Turbo Tank?

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How many wheels does a juggernaut have?

You may be looking for the vehicle used by the Galactic Empire. The HAVw A6 Juggernaut, more commonly known as the Juggernaut, the clone turbo tank, or simply the turbo tank, was a heavily armed and armored ten-wheeled tank manufactured by Kuat Drive Yards.

How big is a juggernaut?


The Unstoppable Juggernaut
Species Human (empowered)
Height 9’5″ (241 cm)
Weight 1900 lbs (862 kg)
Alignment Neutral Evil

Why is a lorry called a juggernaut?

As nouns the difference between lorry and juggernaut is that lorry is (british) a motor vehicle for transporting goods; a truck while juggernaut is a literal or metaphorical force or object regarded as unstoppable, that will crush all in its path.

Why are lorries called juggernauts?

The English loanword juggernaut in the sense of “a huge wagon bearing an image of a Hindu god” is from the seventeenth century, inspired by the Jagannatha Temple in Puri, Odisha (Orissa), which has the Ratha Yatra (“chariot procession”), an annual procession of chariots carrying the murtis (Deities) of Jagannātha.