I found this in my wife's closet when I was trying to look for my dress shoes. I want to know if this is worth anything and what set this goes to.
Sorry if it's dusty. There is also a little gun that goes to it, can anyone tell me what it is from?

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    These are guaranteed to be from clone-brands. Lego does not make such militaristic content. Commented Jun 19, 2020 at 14:16
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    Do the studs have the word "Lego" on them? If not then that means they are from clone-brand. This also looks like a custom MOC of official Lego parts as well as clone-brand pats too, so I don't think we will be able to identify it (but it's worth a try maybe). Should I post this as an answer? Commented Jun 19, 2020 at 14:16
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    I cannot see if vehicle does have LEGO logo on studs, but it looks like either MOC or clone-brand set. Too dark and oddly shaped for a LEGO set.
    – Alex
    Commented Jun 19, 2020 at 14:21
  • @mindstormsboi It does say "LEGO" on the top, and that is sort of the reason why i asked this question cause its is hart to tell what this set comes from
    – Nerd
    Commented Jun 19, 2020 at 17:54
  • @mindstormsboi i sent it again
    – Nerd
    Commented Jun 19, 2020 at 19:35

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That gun is actually pure Lego. It's a Tommy Gun.

tommy gun

Your truck, however, seems like a custom MOC made of random clone-brand parts due to the randomness and low quality of the build. I doubt that a clone-brand company would publish that truck as a set if it looked like that.

I am currently failing to identify this part on your truck, it doesn't match the color scheme. It proves that your truck is made of multiple clone-brand parts from multiple sets, and maybe even multiple companies! I can not find anything like it in the google image search:


The closest I can find is this part, and here's the site it's hosted on:


From the comments:
You have also said that it says Lego on the studs, but I'm just going to assume that only some of them do because of that clone-brand part I've pointed out. Lego does not and will not make SWAT content, and besides that, the truck is a rather low-quality build, so it's certainly not "from a set". Why randomly put a lattice tile on the roof like that anyway? Why do you need two sets of headlights? And why is there a 4x4 round plate on the roof when you can simply access from the back instead? It makes me conclude this is a MOC.


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