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This all came in a sealed pack. I can't seem to figure out which set it is - does anyone have any ideas? I'm sure there are more pieces to it.

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    Welcome to Bricks.SE. The set in the picture is a clone brand set, not a LEGO set, as there are no LEGO markings on the studs of the pieces. This will make it harder to identify, but there are some amazing set detectives on this forum who might be able to help. – Phil B. Aug 25 '20 at 3:26
  • Looks like a plane model of some kind from the tail fin, cockpit bubble, and turbines (a big model, since there are at least 3 turbines; guessing there's a 4th somewhere). May need more pieces to determine the set, if you can find them. – TylerH Aug 25 '20 at 13:20
  • The tail fin looks similar to the ones used on the Kre-o Starscream and other models, which might help narrow it down a bit... – Zhaph - Ben Duguid Aug 25 '20 at 14:25
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    @TylerH There have been are plenty of real-world tri jet planes. e.g. Boeing 727, Lockheed Tristar, DC-10, MD-11, Dassault Falcon, etc, etc - not to mention fictional designs of course.. – alephzero Aug 25 '20 at 14:27
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    Thank you my boys got about 5000 Legos handed down to them but no books so I'm trying to find some of the unique pieces to figure out some sets thank you now I know if it doesn't say Lego it's a different brand – Smv Aug 25 '20 at 17:25

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