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Identification of specific LEGO set based on limited information such as (but not limited to) a description of the set or a picture of piece(s), parts bag(s) or a partial build.

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The slope piece is Slope 33 3 x 2 with Insectoid Scope Pattern from 9 (or 10) Insectoid sets from 1998-99. The 2 x 2 tile is Tile 2 x 2 with Insectoid Logo in Triangle Pattern from 9 (or 10) mostly …
answered Nov 18 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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It's 1710-1: Snowmobile: The chain saw piece only appears in a few sets with that color. Here you can see the instructions.
answered Jun 21 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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6752-1: Fire Rescue Instructions: Book 1 Book 2 Book 3
answered Apr 5 '19 by Alexander O'Mara
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It looks like part of a Jack Stone 4618-1: Twin Rotor Cargo
answered Dec 22 '18 by Alexander O'Mara
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Looks like the red model from 8143-1: Ferrari F430 Challenge 1:17 without stickers. You can find a link to the instructions from the link above.
answered Aug 8 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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Legends of Chima 70004-1: Wakz' Pack Tracker
answered Jun 10 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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You could cross-check the sets with the transparent 1 x 4 tile and the transparent 1 x 2 plate. No matches jump out at me. Unfortunately, I don't know of any tools to make crosschecking easier.
answered Sep 10 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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It's definitely the base of the Batwing from 7782-1: The Batwing: The Joker's Aerial Assault with a few random plates and tiles added on. You can see from page 26 and 32 of the instructions that th …
answered Dec 31 '19 by Alexander O'Mara
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It appears to actually be an Iron Man set, with the dark green #4623524 piece swapped out for the same piece in black from a Batman set. The base is 76006-1 Iron Man: Extremis Sea Port Battle Base …
answered Mar 29 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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Those pieces have only been in the following 2 sets: 3830-1 - The Bikini Bottom Express 7706-1 - Mobile Defense Tank
answered Dec 31 '18 by Alexander O'Mara
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Looks like RoboRiders 8516-1 The Boss:
answered Jun 16 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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Someone sent me this picture, asking me what this LEGO Star Wars box is. It apparently doesn't have an item number, and it just says "5 items" ages 6+. What items might it contain?
asked Dec 22 '18 by Alexander O'Mara
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Top left: Darth Maul's Sith Infiltrator 7961-1 Top Right: ARC-170 Starfighter 8088-1 Bottom Left: Sith Nightspeeder 7957-1 Bottom Right: One of 3 Alpha Team: Mission Deep Freeze sets. I t …
answered Jun 11 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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Definitely 8084 - LegoSnowtrooper Battle Pack: There are only 4 Star Wars sets with the white tricycle body, and you can clearly see all the other parts match.
answered Jan 25 '17 by Alexander O'Mara
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It is one box from 364-1: Harbour Scene from 1975: Here's what the particular box looked like in newer condition: And here's the set freshly opened with your box slotted into its place. Your box …
answered Nov 1 '17 by Alexander O'Mara

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