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Based on the one picture that did come through, you have set 9490 - Droid Escape from 2012.
This is set 3038/8266 Super Slayer/Super Challenge, based on the occurrence of the Technic Figure in Turquoise.
These builds are both from the same set. Super Challenge (3038):
BrickLink says that it's called the "Pin with Friction Ridges Lengthwise WITH Center Slots." However it may also be the "Pin with Friction Ridges Lengthwise WITHOUT Center Slots."
This is part 4218 Garage Roller Door Section without Handle: As you might imagine from the name, these can be connected and used for garage doors as seen in Century Skyway, for example:
That's a 1x2 hinge brick. Here's a better image of what you're looking at: This is part 3937 and 3938. Here are the two parts viewed separately:
I have flagged this question because it belongs on meta, (where we ask questions about the site itself), in fact it has already been answered there. I know you can't post there yet. But let me give you the answer you seek. Just press the little mountain icon on the top of your post toolbar, and your image options pop up.
I'm not sure about how to post pictures (sorry about that) but you can definitely post the serial number for the piece
These bags are very likely the Cargo Truck (60020).
I couldn't find anything with Google in any reasonable amount of time, but here are some things it isn't: BanBao Best-Lock Cobi K'nex Kre-O Lite Brix Mega Bloks Tyco Super Blocks Sluban Wange NanoBlocks PlayMobil Star Diamond Other than super obscure Chinese LEGO direct-steals, there aren't really any others. But here is a legitimimate idea nowadays: ...
18677 IS in latest LDD update (mid march 2016), issued after announcement of LDD end of support... Just make sure to be in LDD Extended mode to find it, along with other plates.
I think this has to do with the fact that part 18677 Plate, Modified 1 x 2 with Pin Hole on Bottom is a new part (has only been in production since 2015) whereas its counterpart 11458 Plate, Modified 1 x 2 with Pin Hole on Top has been around since 2013. Couple that with the fact that LEGO recently announced the end of maintenance for LEGO Digital Designer ...
I think that this is a production code similar to the seal codes on other sets (e.g. 24R5 for the 24th week of 2015), and you need to add the number from the first dial to the number of the second dial to get a week number, and the Q "dog tag" indicates the production facility this came from. It's missing the production year though, perhaps that was not ...
At first, these look like regular old LEGO IDs. But they can't be... These include: Part ID: The type of part it is Mould ID: The Mould that printed it Copyright: The LEGO copyright statement. Obviously, there is no copyright statement in this piece, so we'll have to rule that out as a possibility for the "dogtag." We might be out of ideas as far as ...
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