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Help needed to identify Lego sets

bgbitemebgbiteme Member Posts: 2
edited April 2011 in Everything else LEGO
Hi all, I need help to identify what set numbers these pieces come from. I bought a huge box of Lego for my son, but with no instructions, so not sure what sets we have.

I have taken photos of all of the 'unique' looking pieces, so if anyone recognises a piece and what set number it's from, please just reply telling me the set number, then we'll try to put the sets together. Thanks!

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  • brickmaticbrickmatic Member Posts: 1,071
    You have a boat motor yet there is no compatible boat hull, which I assume you'd identify as a unique part. Looks like a real mixed bag.
  • fox171171fox171171 Member Posts: 45
    Top picture, yellow panel piece with grating sticker, and two bluish slope bricks at bottom of top picture:
    http://www.brickset.com/detail/?Set=7256-1
    7256-1: Jedi Starfighter and Vulture Droid
  • EricEric Queensland, AustraliaMember Posts: 376
    Not entirely sure, but it might help.

    4582-1: Red Bullet
    8383-1: Nitro Terminator
    8382-1: Hot Buster
    8644-1: Street Maniac

    And that red wheel in the second pic, looks very much like a Roborider wheel, but seems to be a odd colour...
  • pantboypantboy EnglandMember Posts: 211
    my son has recently been given a large box of lego from his cousin, i saw it as a challenge to trawl through the pictures on brickset identifying sets, i have found several from the minifigues and several from spotting unique pieces.

    so far i have identified and built an insectoids sonic stinger 6907, a SW naboo fighter 7141 plus a few small sets i can't remember the numbers of.
  • brickmaticbrickmatic Member Posts: 1,071
    You can also use a bucket of parts to build MOCs. Might be more fun than hunting down which sets the parts once belonged to.
  • MinifigsMeMinifigsMe Member Posts: 2,844
    Oh I'm so loving tracking down what sets I have from my ebay bucket purchases. :-)

    To some extent just browsing sets on ebay or brickset is helpful, as you can spot the trends in colours and pieces. Or find a set that has the piece in, even if it's not the right colour, then use that set name to find the part number on peeron, which will then list which other sets have it.
    Does that make sense?
    To be able to put things together I find it essential to sort all the pieces by size/shape (not colour) so you can find the bits you need as you assembly.
    I've done this for about 20kg of loose lego.
    Great fun!
    That being said, there's quite a lot of unique pieces I've not figured out yet!
    Maybe we could have a section on here for "name this set/piece"??
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