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The Buggy is from this set: Scorpion Buggy
The pirate boat hull is probably from this set: Caribbean Clipper
The other boat, I can't help you with it.
edit: and it appears Vanilla broke the number links again @brickmatic
This image was in the LEGOshop.com e-mail a few day ago with the words "Party Favors" above it. Is this a real set or portion of a set or just a random creation?
I bought some minifigures on eBay recently as I saw the hair on the attached minifigure, which I didn't recognise.
It am fairly confident that it's http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=62699 but I can't find a black version anywhere. It feels rubbery, but not sure if this is the same as with the other versions as I don't have them.
If anyone can confirm that this is genuine Lego and which set it's from, I'd really appreciate it.
The legs are this: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=970c11pb05
Dome is: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=30208
Was just about to give up and then looked for black fire hats and found what you're looking for.
The card is part of a Dacta set, specifically 1064-1 Dacta Buildings from 1981. it's probably one of several instruction cards. There's limited information on the set itself probably as it was intended for schools.
Anyway, sorry for the waffle and hope this helps.
My son has finally come of age where he can be trusted not to eat my old Lego, so it's coming out of the garage and I'm hoping to put together the Lego city that I enjoyed as a child.
Some buts are more complete than others, and so I'm trying to track down the set numbers (and then instructions) for what I have semi-build models of. After that I'll see what bits I've left over and if they jog my memory as being part of a particular set.
Apologies for the long post, but anyones assistance would be most appreciated:
The above is a post office motorbike and sidecar, but I've not been able to find any set that included it. The Post Office (brickset.com/detail/?Set=6362-1) which I do own doesn't have it as part of it. I've found one picture of it here but that's the only image I can find of it, and can't see what set it's part of.
No idea what the above is part of. Can you help?
Again, no idea what the above is part of. Can you help?
Not sure what this is. It looks like the base of 6629, but I have that already here and don't remember having two the same.
Not sure what set this is from, can you help?
And finally, same with this - not sure what set this is from or even if it's complete, can you help?
The blue and grey hinged part with a lever is from #6682:
I could be wrong, but I don't think the police vehicle comes from any one set. With those type of wheel arches and windows, it looks like it was probably mashed together using parts from two separate police sets.
The top-part could come from almost any set from the late 1970s.
(From #7258 ) Edit: too slow!