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Comparing an Official Set to a Custom Parts List?

dmcc0dmcc0 Nae far fae AberdeenMember Posts: 737
Trying to work out if it would be cheaper to just buy an actual set(s) that to get multiple Bricklink orders for MOCs/parts.  Is there a website/program that will compare items from a parts list to those in an official LEGO set?

I know Re-brickable can compare Inventories for a specific set/custom parts lists, but looking for something that I can upload a parts list and it returns a result "Set xxxxx has 50%/90%/x% of the parts is this list".  I'm sure Re-brickable used to have something similar. When you searched for a set you didn't have all the parts for, as well as showing you the parts you didn't have, it recommended a set that also had a high % of the missing parts.

Does such a thing exist?

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  • dmcc0dmcc0 Nae far fae AberdeenMember Posts: 737
    Nevermind, found it on re-brickable.  Lesson #1 look properly before posting a question!

    Mods, please close @Huw , @drdavewatford

    FizyxFowlerBricks
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