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I took advice from my previous question and did a bit more research, but I have somethin specific.

I realised I have had a City set with a few more "unique" parts. The set is 7900 Heavy loader. I can't seem to find any information on pieces, but I know it contains a unique Trapezoid, modified tubes, smooth large grey plates and I think I can get something from it.

My question to you is more of a plea for advice. If you're not familiar set, you surely at least have a better eye for old set value than I do. Any suggestion for next move is welcome!

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Bricklink price-guides:

The trapezoid: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogPG.asp?P=55767&ColorID=86

The smooth plates: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogPG.asp?P=48288&ColorID=85

Don't know what you mean with modified tube, but this part might be considered a tube and unique: https://www.bricklink.com/catalogPG.asp?P=40244&ColorID=85

Not exactly the most expensive pieces, so I think you'll make more if you sell the set as a whole rather than parting it out...

The Trapezoid price surprises me a bit as I think it is indeed somewhat unique, it appears in 3 sets but the other two sets it appears in, it appears in orange. I would have thought it's a wanted piece as it can be used to make bridges in train layouts...

The large tiles, I wouldn't pay even the rather low bricklink price for them as I have gotten hold of quite a quantity of them when last visiting Legoland Germany, where they were available in bulk at the "Fabrik" shop.

  • I am sorry, but can I ask you how did you find these? I tried entering their ids in the pricecheck a few days ago and it did find them but without any info. Do you think there is something I might've done wrong? – Sauwen Sep 1 '18 at 14:43
  • I went to the set inventory for the 7900, selected the pieces from there and then selected the price guide – Michael Verschaeve Sep 1 '18 at 21:56

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