I don't have this part, so I can't directly give you the photos that you are looking for, but there is at least one teardown video floating around that we can use to see what is inside the BuWizz 2.0 module.
The module contains 2x 850mAh LiPo batteries:
The top of the PCB looks something like this:
I wasn't able to find an image showing the ...
I could find a few pieces with flames on BrickLink:
Minifigure, Headgear Head Cover, Flame Head Piece
Minifigure, Head Modified Alien with Trans Orange Flaming Hair and Reddish Brown Face, Yellow Eyes and Headband Pattern
Minifigure, Head Modified Alien with Trans Orange Flaming Hair and Skull with Yellow Eyes Pattern
Minifigure, Head Modified Alien with ...
These are quite literally Pebe bricks made indeed in GDR.
They are not too uncommon in east german second hand vintage batches, since they blend in quite well, just found this one last week:
This is a non-LEGO piece since none of the LEGO parts have gaps as seen in second picture.
One thing to note. Actual LEGO elements (depends on the version of Technic, Axle Connector 2 x 3 with Ball Socket) tend to crack right where the gap is on this clone element.
No set listed on bricklink or brickset contains 4 of the rounded 1x2 plates in yellow, at most 2, so this is either no set or it is not listed yet on those sites. Also it's a relatively small amount of bricks (48), too few to amount to a set.
This appears to part# 30171 Minifigure, Headgear Cap, Aviator
In black it appears in 118 sets.
However, I checked with my helmet from Robo Pilot
and that one has a LEGO marking on the inside, yours could be a older mold though.
Edit, I also have one with a 7 marking inside , no logo, so I would assume it is from an older mold.
LEGO logo is visible inside hollow studs on genuine parts. While it is hard to identify if pictured items are genuine LEGO parts, such elements have been produced as LEGO:
Window 1 x 6 x 3 Panorama with Glass
Window 1 x 3 x 2 could be either one of these.
Door 1 x 2 x 3 Hinge on Left
Window 1 x 1 x 2 could be in two versions: with integrated glass (...
The picture of the vehicle isn't very clear. It appears to be dark green and missing several pieces. This makes an already difficult to identify set nearly impossible unfortunately. The dark green color and apparent military theme strongly suggest this isn't a Lego brand set, as already mentioned by Henrik.
What is left of the vehicle looks like some ...
Attack on the Clones: The Purist Punch-Back!
I'm posting up these clone brick instructions at the very bottom below, but I'm going further by offering a free digital instruction file to build this model with official LEGO bricks through Bricklink.com instead.
This model has 3 pieces that aren't direct clones,so they don't exist in LEGO, but we can easily ...
Finally, I did it. I wasted two days waiting for answers when the solution is actually very simple.
I just lifted the box cover with my fingertips just a tiny bit, so that there was enough space to stick something thin between the box cover and the box itself. I did not lift as much as possible because:
My fingers would slip and drop the box lid again, ...
That gun is actually pure Lego. It's a 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 ...
Without a closer inspection I can't say if yours are genuine, but LEGO has made windows that look like that. Several (most?) variants (including all of yours) can be found in e.g. Ten Windows and Doors, White
Kazi bricks are not manufactured by Lego. They're a separate brand of "compatible" bricks manufactured in China and, as such, won't appear on Bricklink since that site is reserved exclusively for the sale of official LEGO blocks.
"The Site acts as an online platform for sellers to sell LEGO® items and designs for a model or creation using bricks"
You can ...
So, I just Googled "GUDI" + "catalogue" and it brought me to the knockoff's parent company "Guangdong Xinlexin Education and Culture Co.,Ltd" or Xinlexin.com.
Xinlexin's GUDI product line has two subcategories that match the color scheme of these pieces.
Princess Alice line.
Modern Girls line.
Below are pictures from both lines that comprise of around 23 ...
The instructions for the set you are looking for can be found here:
Here are some instructions for some other sets from that series:
Even though there's no corresponding LEGO piece, you could get away with this substitution:
Part #89522 - Horn (Unicorn).
This is how it would look with the pieces you have, and color wise the Horn comes in metallic silver too.