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The only info I have is the 5 and the 2011 LEGO group with 135149 on it. Lots of colorful pieces except for a clear rectangle square enter image description here

  • The "2011" on the bag is the year LEGO copyrighted the bag design, and has nothing to do with the set (but of course it rules out that it was some set discontinued before 2011. All the pieces you show (the clear thing looks like a windscreen) are very common, so there's not much chance of of identifying the set from the contents. – Henrik Jan 8 at 15:17
  • Thanks yeah I’ve been searching online all mornings with part number and sets from 2011 and in. I usually keep all the instructions but misplaced these – Kim Morgan Jan 8 at 15:27
  • I think it may be set 10673. The bag was open so it thorough me there were no wheel but wheel may be in bucket of leftover LEGO pieces. – Kim Morgan Jan 8 at 16:14
  • The "5" on the bag is the bag number, so there must be bags 1-4 somewhere around (and possibly 6 and beyond). Bear in mind that there are sometimes multiple bags per bag number (e.g three bags with a "5"). – Snow Jan 9 at 8:38
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    If the bag was already open when you got hold of it then the contents may have already been fully emptied and replaced with random parts. In that case the result could indeed look similar to the picture above. – zovits Jan 9 at 12:56

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