Specialist question: Which set is this inlay from?

berniebondberniebond AustriaMember Posts: 137
I cannot remember where I got this from.

Help appreciated.

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  • Gruff666Gruff666 United KingdomMember Posts: 181
    Theres one in 8266, I'm not sure if that's the only set though 
    SumoLego
  • Lego_StarLego_Star ... in a galaxy far, far away.Member Posts: 2,124
    Paging @Istokg :o)
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  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 2,416
    edited July 5
    To the best of my knowledge Lego only used clear plastic for their trays. Probably not Lego. I could be wrong though.
  • LusiferSamLusiferSam MontanaMember Posts: 479
    No, this is Lego.  I'm thinking it's got to be a Technic set from the 90s.  Those are the only sets that I remember having this type of plastic tray.  Don't hold me to this that firm because there's a whole host of stuff from era I have no experience with.  It looks to be more of  a medium sized set rather than a large.  I know with the large sets the trays were unique to that set.  I don't know about the medium sized sets.  The boxes weren't real standardized at time, so the trays wouldn't have been either.  8266/3038 do seem to be the most likely candidates.  So unless there was another set that used the same size box this might be it.
    madforLEGO
  • TurezTurez GermanyMember Posts: 6
    These inlays usually have their set numbers moulded into them. Somewhere there: 


    Gruff666
  • anisboyanisboy BristolMember Posts: 10
    Judging by those two oblong section in the middle, I'd hazard a guess at set with a motor and battery box 9v system.

    This is definitely a Lego item.
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 2,416
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 2,468
    oldtodd33 said:
    Sure nice of them to lick the lens on their camera before taking pics for that listing 🙄
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