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We were going by the chest print, & everyone I talked to- from the seller to my son to my Lego cohort just now- agreed that it looks like a gorilla chest.
and looks like it is the only minifig with this head!
I am going to imagine that that’s what it is. Can’t believe you found that!
I know Duplo isn't as popular as ACTUAL Lego here, but help would be appreciated.
The hair of those figures can be a bit grim after 15 years. Maybe they didn't sleep well.
Who's this guy?
a search for plaid button* within the decorated torso assemblies section would pick up both of these:
Torso Plaid Button Shirt Pattern / Dark Blue Arms / Yellow Hands
Torso Plaid Shirt with Buttons, Pockets and 'Kel' Pattern / Red Arms with Plaid Shirt Pattern / Yellow Hands
If you use button then you miss the second and if you use buttons then you miss the first. As many people contribute and approve titles for entries over long timescales, there is very little consistency.
My best guess is that Lego had excess inventory and didn't bother printing on the parts and released the plane in some stores with minimal pieces. (It didn't include any engines or landing gear.) I wonder if there's some set number they assigned internally to this.
(leave armour off to prints are visible).
2. Stick a picture on here of your'complete' figs and people can help identify parts
2- Chuck Stonebreaker from Galaxy Squad
These were fairly easy— just type in “red cap headphones” and 1 minifig comes up...
Number 4 is any of these https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=973pb1010c01&in=M
My suggestion was to just have a go at matching complete figs based on their printing. Post a bunch of the 'complete' figs and number them like you have.
A couple of world racers https://www.bricklink.com/v2/search.page?q=Racers#T=M&P=1
A bunch of Chima, ninjago, a kingdoms Dragon Knight, Aldrich Killian (Marvel), parts of a Batman and a power miner and a couple of Dino torsos https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?catType=S&catString=617
2. Clone Trooper Sergeant torso from #75000
3. Jek-14 with Stormtrooper Helmet torso with legs and missing arm from #75051
4. TIE Pilot torso with legs - could be from a number of pre-2012 TIE sets but #4479 and #7146 are good examples
5. Light up lightsaber Darth Vader from #7263
3. Is a bomb squad trooper
4. Looks like this
5. Isn't star wars but is space
Knew that last one looked 90s and ended up searching 'gold torso'.