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I believe it is 50 Fremont Center/Salesforce West Tower (it's right in front of/besides Salesforce Tower); I acknowledge that the scale seems off. I'm guessing it is the Fremont Center based on it's location, appearance, and that Lego didn't bother labeling it, as if Salesforce West is part of Salesforce Tower. Also, if you were to look at Salesforce Tower ...


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I would go for another British aircraft: Sepecat Jaguar It's twin-engine also.


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Definitely 75039-1: V-Wing Starfighter: Instructions (2 different copies, US and EU): 6079505 6079506


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This is 8060-1: Typhoon Turbo Sub


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It looks like a pretty generic twin engin-ed WWII bomber. Maybe like this Mosquito bomber?


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Here is a view from satellite photo:


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The comment by user "Stephan3321" (the creator of the digital model) on the linked page lists the following buildings / monuments: Statue of Liberty Tower of London Steamboat Willie Golden Gate Bridge Brandenburg Gate Neuschwanstein Castle Burj Khalifa Petronas Twin Towers The blue, lime, orange and brown buildings could be Nyhavn, indeed, but I couldn't ...


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Looks like RoboRiders 8516-1 The Boss:


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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 ...


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My understanding is this model's design is meant to resemble a WWII style warbird, but probably not any specific model. LEGO has a pretty strict policy about creating army-related sets, and when they do they are usually fantasy-based. Are there any chances that Lego will ever start producing modern day warfare Lego, with tanks and helicopters and what ...


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So it's Salesforce West Tower. Or is it? Here's the heights, according to wikipedia. Seems like the proportions are good. Except for Salesforce West Tower. At 600 ft it should be almost half the size of Salesforce Tower. How odd. Here's a photo from the instructions booklet. Notice the building with the pyramid roof (yellow arrow) and the two white ...


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http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/Modulex From the sounds of it looks like they are part of the Modulex line that was released for professionals. From what I've read they are smaller than normal LEGO system parts.


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The intakes, wing shapes and overall proportions look like a Harrier Jump Jet, but the model doesn't have the landing gear or under-wing armaments. Similar overhead view of a Harrier:


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I looked into this, and it would seem that this is not a numbered model. According to an attendee of the event (who works for LEGO,) there aren't numbers for a lot of promotional sets, likely including this model. I have also searched Bricklink for this. It makes sense that this isn't a numbered set because it was for a seminar.


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