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Star Trek Spock's Jellyfish . Featured in J. J. Abram's "Star Trek", the Jellyfish was commissioned by the Vulcan Science Academy to transport red matter. . Inspiration: Spock's ship, the Jellyfish, commissioned by the Vulcan Science Academy from the movie "Star Trek" (2009) No. of Parts: 53 Dimensions (LxWxH): 3.75 x 2.25 x 4" or 9.5 x 5.5 x 10cm Buy this model at ICHIBAN Toys! Featured in J. J. Abram's "Star Trek", the Jellyfish was commissioned by the Vulcan Science Academy to transport red matter. It was ultimately destroyed when Spock flew the ship into the Narada, however it lives on in bricks. This design features a rotating engine section and a base that allows the ship to be positioned at many angles! The ship even slides out easily from the base with one quick motion! I sell complete kits of this model at www.ichibantoys.com . The kit includes all of the brand-new official LEGOŽ parts needed packaged in polybags, plus a full-colour printed step-by-step instruction sheet.


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