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This is a list in order of appearance of Indiana Jones vehicles from Raiders of the Lost Ark to Kingdom of the Crystal Skull adapted in LEGO.

Vehicles from LEGO Sets

These vehicles appeared physically within official LEGO Indiana Jones sets.

Transport Truck

Transport Truck
7622 Indy Truck Stunt
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

This vehicle is used by the Germans under the command of Colonel Dietrich. It is opted to drive the Ark to Cairo and fly it to Germany from there. When the Flying Wing was destroyed by Indy and Marion, Dietrich had planned to transport the treasure by this vehicle.

Troop Car

Troop Car
7622 Machine Gun Car
Accessories:

Machine gun

Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

The Troop Car is a ground vehicle that is used by the Germans under the command of Colonel Dietrich. It is served as an escort vehicle for the convoy carrying the Ark to Cairo. It is known as "Army Jeep" in the video game. In the story level and level creator of LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, the jeep has a mounted machine gun on it that allows the player to shoot. It is also appears as an unlockable vehicle in Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Last Crusade, and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Part 1 hub worlds, but it does not have a machine gun. It only appears in one set.

Jock's Seaplane

Jock's Seaplane
7623 Plane
Years:

2008

Appearances

This plane is used by Jock to fly Indy into and out a South American jungle. It has the registration number "OBI-CPO", which could be referring to Obi-Wan Kenobi and C-3PO. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, Jock did not fly this seaplane instead he fly Indy with his cargo plane into Nepal. Aside from Raiders of the Lost Ark, it appears as an unlockable vehicle in The Last Crusade, and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Part 2 hub worlds with a name "Biplane".

The Flying Wing

The Flying Wing
7683
Accessories:

Machine gun

Years:

2008

Appearances

The Flying Wing is an aircraft that is appeared in 7683 Fight on the Flying Wing and both LEGO Indiana Jones video games. Colonel Dietrich planned to transport the Ark of the Covenant by this aircraft after it recovered, and it prepare to take off. However, Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood destroyed the plane in an attempt to commandeer it, killing the German Mechanic and the pilot in the process. In LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, the Flying Wing is color grey instead of green camouflage. However, the plane is not destroyed instead it allows the player to use it to destroy the transport truck to get an anvil while you fighting the Enemy Boxer. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, this aircraft is available for purchase in the hub world along with the Enemy Boxer, but the plane fight scene does not occur.

Tanker Truck

Tanker Truck
7683 Oil Tanker
Years:

2008

Appearances

This truck is used to refueling the Flying Wing.

Short Round's Car

Short Round's Car
7682 Indy Car
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

This vehicle is used by Short Round to drive Indiana Jones and Willie Scott from Lao Che and his surviving son Kao Kan. It's only appeared in 7682 Shanghai Chase.

Mobster Car

Mobster Car
7682 Lao Che Car
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

Mine Cart

Mine Cart
7199 End of Track
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

This mine cart is used for moving ore and materials in the process of mining. It was used by Indiana Jones, Willie Scott, and Short Round to escape from the temple of doom and it also used by several Thuggee Guards to chase down the heroes. The mine cart does not appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, but it also appears in the cover art of this game. Aside from Short Round in the cover it features Marion Ravenwood and Professor Henry Jones Sr. that is being chase by Major Toht, Mola Ram, and Irina Spalko in their mine carts. However, several mine carts are appeared in the treasure level of LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues as a background objects.

Dirt Bike

Dirt Bike
7620 German Motorcycle
Years:

2008

Appearances


Bike 'n Side

Bike 'n Side
7620 Indy's Motorcycle
Accessories:

Machine gun

Years:

2008

Appearances

Venice Speedboat

Venice Speedboat
7197-0000-xx-33-4
Years:

2009

Appearances


German Fighter Plane

German Fighter Plane
7198 German Plane
Accessories:

Machine gun

Years:

2009

Appearances

This fighter plane is a vehicle that is used by several German Pilots to chase down Indiana Jones and his father Professor Henry Jones Sr. after they escaped from the zeppelin. It's only appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, but it does not appeared in the sequel.

German Biplane

German Biplane
7198 Set
Accessories:

Machine gun

Years:

2009

Appearances

This biplane was owned by the Germans. And it was stolen by Jones and his father to continue their journey then it ended with a crash after being chased by several German Fighter planes. It is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures as a crash site in the story level and cutscene. This aircraft does not appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues and it was replaced by a seaplane.

Motorbike

Motorbike
Years:

2009

Appearances

Jungle Cruiser

Jungle Cruiser
Jungleindy
Years:

2008

Appearances

"Jungle Cruiser" was included with the October 2008 Brickmaster magazine.

Duck Boat

Duck Boat
7625 Car
Accessories:

Machine gun

Years:

2008

Appearances

The Duck Boat is an amphibious vehicle that is appeared in 7625 River Chase. It is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues as an unlockable vehicle that costs 5,000 Lego Studs. In the story level, there's two variaton of duck boats can be seen, one is unarmed and the other is armed with a machine gun that can shoot the player on it.

Inflatable Raft

Inflatable Raft
7625 Boat
Years:

2008

Appearances

Jungle Cutter

Jungle Cutter
7626 Cutter
Accessories:

Giant saws

Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

The Jungle Cutter is a vehicle that used by the Russians for clearing a path through dense vegetation. It has two giant spinning circular saws on its front for cutting down trees, and wood chippers to reduced cleared debris into bit. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, the Jungle Cutter is not more than one. And the first one is not destroyed. Indy commandeers it to destroy the other Jungle Cutters and enemy vehicles.

Russian ATV

Russian ATV
Accessories:

Mines

Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

The Russian ATV is a vehicle that appeared in 7627 Temple of the Crystal Skull. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, this vehicle is used by the Germans instead of Russians that is seen in the actual set, but it drop mines while the player used to defeat the Hatay Tank boss in the story level.

Nazca Passenger Plane

Nazca Passenger Plane
7628
Years:

2008

Appearances

This passenger plane is used to transport Mutt Williams and Indiana Jones from New York to Nazca, Peru in the movie. It can be seen during the cutscene LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, but is not unlockable in any Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Hubs. Some wrecks of this plane are also appeared in the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Part 2 hub world.

Video Game Only Vehicles

This is a list of vehicles which appeared only in LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures and LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues.

Snowmobile

Snowmobile
Years:

2009

Appearances

Bulldozer

Bulldozer
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances



Canyon Truck

Canyon Truck
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

The Canyon Truck is a ground vehicle that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures and its sequel. It is used by the Germans for transporting soldiers. It is similar to the Transport Truck from 7622 Race For The Stolen Treasure, but its color light brown and has two green flags on it.

Passenger Plane

Passenger Plane
CargoPlane
Years:

2009

Appearances

This plane is used by Jock to transport Indiana Jones across Nepal. It is similar to the one from 7628 Peril in Peru. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, Jock uses the plane to fly into Nepal rather than the seaplane just like in the film and LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures. This plane is based on Air East Asia Douglas DC-3 that is used by Indy and Marion to travel from Nepal to Cairo, Egypt, but it has no airline's name markings on it.

Flying Boat

Flying Boat
LegoIndyFlyingBoat
Years:

2008

Appearances

The Flying Boat is an aircraft that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures during the cutscenes. Indy board this aircraft from San Francisco to Nepal on his way to find Abner Ravenwood. Indy, sitting on a starboard side window seat, didn't notice that Major Toht on a portside seat was monitoring him, instead of reading a magazine. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, the flying boat scene was omitted instead Indy and Jock flies to Nepal with a DC-3 Passenger Plane. This aircraft was based on real-life Martin M-130.

U-Boat 26

U-Boat 26
Accessories:

Torpedoes

Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

The U-Boat 26, known as the "Wurrfler" was a German submarine that was used in the Mediterranean Sea. It is used to recover the stolen Ark from the Bantu Wind and found Marion Ravenwood. Then Belloq and Colonel Dietrich returned to the submarine with their cargo and captive before it arrived at secret island base near Crete. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, instead of Dietrich. Major Toht took aboard the submarine with Belloq to recover the stolen ark. This submarine does not produced in the real sets since the theme was discontinued in 2010.

Bantu Wind

Bantu Wind
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

The Bantu Wind is a freight vessel that was captained by Captain Katanga. It was overtaken by a German U-Boat (submarine) and boarded by Belloq and his men. In LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, there is no other crew members boarded in the ship, but Katanga and his First Mate are the only crew members and in the sequel, Katanga is the only crew member on the ship. This naval vessel is non-playable in the game.

Rickshaw

Rickshaw
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Rickshaw is a playable vehicle that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. In the story level of LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, when the player uses the rickshaw it can throw dynamite on it.

Scooter

Scooter
Accessories:

Mines

Years:

2009

Appearances

This scooter is a playable vehicle that is appeared in the video games. In the story level of LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, the player can drop mines to eliminate armored vehicles.

Tractor

Tractor
Years:

2009

Appearances

Tuk Tuk

Tuk Tuk
TukTuk
Accessories:

Dual Machine guns

Years:

2009

Appearances

The Tuk Tuk is a playable vehicle that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. The name "Tuk Tuk" means "Auto rickshaw" in Thailand. It can be unlocked in the Hub world. In the story level of LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, some blue and green tuk tuks are mounted with two machine guns on the side that might be able to shoot on it. However, this vehicle did not appear in the film since Indy and his companions did not arrive in Bangkok.

Stunt Plane

Stunt Plane
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Stunt Plane is an aircraft that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It does not appeared in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, but it was appeared in various Indiana Jones media. This plane is based on either the German Biplane, an aircraft that appeared in Last Crusade or Herman Göring's biplane from The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, but it has no machine gun and German markings on it.

Tri-Motor Plane

Tri-Motor Plane
TriMotor
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

This plane is used by Lao Che for cargo flights across Asia. In LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, Lao Che signaled the pilot and co-pilot to ditch the plane while the passengers slept, the pilot and co-pilot drop off after dumped the fuel and it crashes into the mountain just like in the movie. While in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, the pilot and co-pilot are not appeared in the game instead the Hoodlum pilots the plane before Indy rescues Willie Scott then followed by the crash.

Junk Boat

Junk Boat
JunkBoat
Years:

2009

Appearances

Pirate Ship

Pirate Ship
PirateShip
Years:

2009

Appearances

This Pirate Ship is a ship that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is appeared in the Temple of Doom hub world as an super kit that can access to the super bonus level when you collect all of the treasure chests and assemble it, but it cannot controlled by the player.

German Staff Car

German Staff Car
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

Hatay Tank

Hatay Tank
HatayTank
Accessories:

Heavy Cannon

Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

The Hatay Tank is a vehicle that appeared in both LEGO Indiana Jones video games. It was given by the Hatay King to Colonel Vogel to defend the German convoy. In LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, the tank doesn't have a gun turret and side cannons instead Vogel appears with a bazooka to shoot the player on it. However in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, the gun turret and side cannons are restored, but in hub world it is a based on a boxed shaped tank that is appeared in the first game. The one that is based on Tank Mark VIII is only appeared as a story level boss and playable vehicle in the level creator.

Circus Train

Circus Train
Years:

2008

Appearances


Gondola

Gondola
Years:

2009

Appearances

Speedboat

Speedboat
Years:

2009

Appearances

Coronado Freighter

Coronado Freighter
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Coronado Freighter is a private vessel that is owned by the Panama Hat Man. It was not made by LEGO bricks, but some brick pieces are attached on it. It cannot be controlled by the player.

Zeppelin

Zeppelin
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

The Zeppelin is an airship that appeared in both LEGO Indiana Jones video games. It is used for for passenger service to make a journey from Berlin, Germany, to Athens, Greece. Indy and his father Professor Henry Jones Sr. took flight by using aliases, but ended up stealing a German biplane to continue their journey. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, the zeppelin is drastically smaller rather than the bigger one from the film.

Tricycle

Tricycle
Years:

2009

Appearances

Hotrod

Hotrod
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Hotrod is a vehicle that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It was driven by Jimmy Keegan, a character who is absent in the game, but he appeared in the film.

Fire Truck

Fire Truck
Accessories:

Water Cannon

Years:

2009

Appearances

This fire truck is a vehicle that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is used to assist in fighting fires by transporting firefighters to the scene where the fire is in reality. It has armed with water cannon that might be able to shoot water on it. The fire truck does not produced in any Indiana Jones sets, but it was produced in most City sets. However, this fire truck is based on the real-life 50's style Fire Engine.

Ice Cream Van

Ice Cream Van
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Ice Cream Van is a vehicle that is used for selling ice cream around the area. It only appears in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues as a purchasable vehicle in every Kingdom of the Crystal Skull hub worlds except part 2. It is similar to the one from 7888 The Tumbler: Joker's Ice Cream Surprise, but it appeared as a normal ice cream van rather than the vigilante one from Batman theme.

Fridge Car

Fridge Car
Fridgecar
Years:

2009

Appearances

This modified appliance vehicle appears in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It first appeared as a household appliance designed for keeping food cold, and made by the King Cool company and installed in one of the houses in Doom Town. The refrigerator's lead lining protected Jones from the radiation, while the explosion launched the appliance out of Doom Town and into the desert, where Jones landed, crawled out of the fridge and discovered by the US government. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, it crashes into Charles Stanforth's car after being nuked then later it turns into a fridge car when you dig up the crashed fridge. The Fridge Car does not appear in the film except the refrigerator alone.

Civilian Car

Civilian Car
Years:

2009

Appearances

This car is a vehicle that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is appeared in the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Part 1 story level "Motorbike Mayhem" as a non-playable vehicle. Several cars are based on the 50's American style automobile.

Agent's Car

Agent's Car
AgentsCar
Years:

2009

Appearances

This car is a vehicle that is used by the Russian agents to chase down Indiana Jones and his sidekick Mutt Williams. It is only appears as enemies in the story level, but it's neither drivable by the player nor unlockable in the hub world. This enemy vehicle is similar to the black mobster car that is appeared in Temple of Doom level.

Delivery Truck

Delivery Truck
Years:

2009

Appearances


Tipper Truck

Tipper Truck
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Tipper Truck is a vehicle that appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is only appeared in the story level "Motorbike Mayhem" as a background object for motorbike ramp, but it is not unlockable in the hub world. This truck is based on the 50's style tipper truck.

US Staff Car

US Staff Car
USStaffCar
Years:

2009

Appearances

This staff car is originally used by the US Armed Forces during the Cold War era, but it was stolen by the Russians that disguised as US Soldiers. In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, this car can be seen in the cutscene and it can be control by the player in the level creator and bonus level. The US Staff Car is not unlockable in the hub world.

Forklift

Forklift
Years:

2008/2009

Appearances

Sabre Jet

Sabre Jet
00
Accessories:

Machine gun

Years:

2009

Appearances

The Sabre Jet is an aircraft that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is based on a real-life F-86 Sabre, but it has a mounted machine gun on the back of the cockpit like the German biplane from 7198 Fighter Plane Attack. The machine gun is cannot used by the player, but it's flyable. However, the Sabre Jet is not appeared in the film.

Rocket sled

Rocket sled
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Rocket Sled is a vehicle that was appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. In the game, Colonel Dovchenko punches a janitor, causing him to hit a button. The Rocket Sled is cannot be controlled by the player.

Crane Train

Crane Train
CraneTrain
Accessories:

Mechanical Claws

Years:

2009

Appearances

The Crane Train is a steam train that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues as a boss in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Part 1. It is used by the Russians to stop the heroes from fleeing in New York. It is built with two mechanical claws that attacks the player on it then later it's destroyed after the crane car became out of control. However, this train is not appeared in the film. This military train is not produced in any actual Indiana Jones sets. The steam engine is similar to the one from 10194 Emerald Night, but it has a red star symbol on it.

Bicycle

Bicycle
Years:

2009

Appearances

Nazca Bus

Nazca Bus
Years:

2009

Appearances

This bus is used to transport passengers around in Nazca. It is also appears in the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Part 1 story level "Motorbike Mayhem" as a background object.

Nazca Drifter

Nazca Drifter
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Nazca Drifter is a race car that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is similar to Nazca Racer, but is has blue color markings on it. The name "Nazca" in both cars in the game is a pun of "NASCAR".

Nazca Racer

Nazca Racer
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Nazca Racer is a race car that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is similar to Nazca Drifter, but is has green color markings on it. The Nazca Racer is faster than the Nazca drifter.

Jungle Jeep

Jungle Jeep
Years:

2009

Appearances

The Jungle Jeep is a ground vehicle that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is similar to the army jeep from Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Last Crusade, but its color green and has a brown roof. In some story levels, the jeep has a mounted machine gun on it that might be able to shoot the player on it. The Jungle Jeep does not appeared in any actual sets.

Civilian Jeep

Civilian Jeep
Years:

2009

Appearances

UFO

UFO
Years:

2009

Appearances

The UFO is a space craft that is appeared in LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. It is piloted by an Interdimensional Being. In the level creator, it is hovering above ground while in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull part 3 hub world it floats in the sky. In the hub world, there's a giant UFO that can access to the super bonus level when you get all the treasure chests.

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