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Do you know what it might be?
I have seen the brand (not this particular set) ca. 30 years ago as merchandise for a German bank (Sparda Bank). But I don't know the brand name of these bricks.
Thank you very much for your help. Now I will also inform the seller, then she can change the ad.
There is no minifig as far as I can see with that torso and red legs.
The other is a doctor torso used in 4 minifigs, 3 have white legs so it could be any of those: 973p25c01
Can anyone tell me which set this torso is from? I looked through the town minifig images and did not see it. The top of the neck post is marked LEGO. I am thinking it could be from set 6377 (since I had that as a kid) but that set shows a pilot with a small airplane logo and buttons on the torso, which this one does not have (and it doesn't seem to be worn off). Any help is greatly appreciated!
What the normal version is:
part #3039p23 Slope 45 2 x 2 with Computer Screen Pattern
It's one of those old computer slopes from the 80's that were part of like the space sets that came in blue, gray, and white. Well, the thing is mine is gray but the three buttons are on the LEFT side, not the right. I see the inverted slopes come in left or right version but I see no such thing for the regular 45 slope.
I couldn't find it on bricklink - it's two 2x4 plates with half the Superman symbol printed on the top half and the other half on the bottom.
Looks like this is what you are talking about bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=52107
1x2 brick with 2 holes
Invert your deflector dish the other way, use a 1x2 plate. top of the dish has a small hole that will marry up with the small post in the underside of the plate
I have built numerous star wars sets from large lots of random Legos I've acquired over the last couple of years. Thanks to Brickset, Peeron and DK, I tend to be pretty good at identifying parts and pieces. These however, with the sticker have me stumped.
I have that set, I got it for a £1 from a car boot, he had a full boxful of them and they were all MISB, on the other side of the box you can rebuild it into a car, ^ it does come with building instructions. This set is supposed to be an aeroplane/car I hope it helped. (It s #3055 because its a 2in1 set) :)