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I'm trying to identify a lego set only knowing the color, shape of in inner package. The inner box is blue, dimensions are 18 x 11 x 2 3/8" and 9T plastic compartments, There is a 1984 Lego Catalog included. Tried to include a picture but don't know how to do it here.

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Adding good pictures and changing the title of your question (to be more specific) will greatly improve the chances your set is identified. –  Ambo100 Dec 12 '13 at 16:42
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George, since you can't add pictures yourself yet, could you add a link to a pic so that we can edit it in? Also, it's likely the catalogue isn't a full one and shows mostly sets of the same theme as the box, which woudl help, so if you can tell us more about it would be great. –  Joubarc Dec 13 '13 at 8:12
    
For the inches-impaired ones about us, the dimensions in centimeters are more or less 45,75 x 28 x 6 –  Joubarc Dec 13 '13 at 8:14
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The only 1984 set with corresponding dimensions seems to be 6080 King's Castle but I can't find any picture of a possible inner tray; and that's even assuming it had one (the box picture on this classic-castle forum post seems to point to the contrary).

There's another good candidate in 1985: 6392 Airport, but again I can't find any pictures of the box.

1983 brings us 6980 Galaxy Commander for which I can't find pictures of the inner tray either (but there's one on eBay where the seller promises pictures in the near future); 7824 Railway Station is close too but it's a bit too short I had it and I don't remember it having a blue tray (I'm fairly confident it was red).

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Sets containing at least 100 pieces made in 1983 or 1984 would be my guess as to where to start searching...

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Definitely a good start, but I'm a bit dubious as to why a 1983 set would contain a 1984 catalogue though. –  Joubarc Dec 13 '13 at 7:59
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