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Assuming you are asking for a set that has play features resembling an auto mechanic's shop, then you have a few options: The closest is probably 1966 Car Repair Shop. 1966 Car Repair Shop is a 1985 set. It does not feature a lift, but it does have a jack, and includes a wrench (and other play features) that simulate a mechanic's shop. Another good ...
So the box says 49 inches long, the official description says "under 50 inches long". I just measured the width (about 13.25 inches) and height (about 9.5 inches) on my assembled set. So a rough minimum inner size box would be 50"L x 13.5"W x 10"H.
I do believe the LEGO Group has limited the instructions to only one build, not including the sets that are meant to re-build differently (in this case there are 3 instruction sheets). If instead of actually rebuilding the set you mean alternate views (like the back of a model, or the unfolded model, etc.) this still applies to most sets that have an ...
It looks like a pretty generic twin engin-ed WWII bomber. Maybe like this Mosquito bomber?
If you really want to know, I would suggest identifying the most unusual part in a bag, then using that part, search for what sets it has appeared in recently. Each piece usually has a small number printed on it. Use this part number on bricklink, or peeron to search for the part, and then click the link that shows you what sets it has appeared in. ...
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