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Not the best solution but 4 of http://alpha.bricklink.com/pages/clone/catalogitem.page?P=3676
and either http://alpha.bricklink.com/pages/clone/catalogitem.page?P=87081
or four 2x2 macaroni or two 2x4 macaroni (there are multiple variation of each) could do the trick.
This is the older verion. http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=3063a&in=S
The newest version doesn't come in trans clear.
which set is this from? is it lego ?
IIRC the only other floating boat at the time was a police boat w/ a single minifig, we had that. Set 383 maybe? The hull was black, 3 pieces.
On BrickLink the piece mentioned is part #3063, & appears as clear in 20 sets. It was in sets as far back as 1957...so 1978 is relatively new.
Set 383 is the old Knights' Tournament. Dunno why that stuck in my head. I knew 383 was old though.
Any info greatly appreciated.
'Non-production' stuff crops up every now and then, and I guess it's only the sellers who know how they ended up with it (and I guess the majority of them are unlikely to divulge their sources) but you can always ask!
I also know people who have strange parts, like a 48x48 baseplate in white, which as you can see from Bricklink, is being sold despite never having been sold.
There are complete track sections in two different gauges (2M and 4M) - 85976 and 53400. There are older single curved rails (of two different radii), but they still correspond to a gauge of 4M.
From a photo like this that only shows the part from one angle, you can tell what it is by whether two quarters of the outer rim around the center hole are indented, in which case it's 53585.
Not exactly a part, but would anyone one know where those cup/pot come from ? They have no marking beside a "Made in China". The LEGO logo is a sticker. Each cup is 3" high, 2.5" wide at the bottom and 3. 5/8 at the top.