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TONI

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Hi,

Please can anyone help by identifying the attached photos of a spaceship built  by my son in the late 80's/early 90's. I have a box of 15.5 Kgs of loose Lego pieces which I now want to pass on to my grandson but need help with an inventory list to identify which pieces are needed for this model. The closest I have found is the 6956 Stellar Recon Voyager Set. Is it possible he combined two sets to make the model in the picture? I apologize for the poor quality of the picture. Appreciate any help or ideas.

Thank you,

Toni

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Hi Toni,

I guess these are at least two sets combined - most likely more.There are plenty of Space > M:Tron parts, but the red canopy is either from Classic Space or Space Police 1 as are the blue pieces.

Maybe if you walk through the lists of Classic Space / Futuron / Blacktron / M:Tron / Space Police 1 and probably Blacktron II with your son, he can remember which sets he owned.

I am his age and I remember very well which sets I owned.

Best is of course if you can find the instructions.

 

If all fails, it is possible to enter all the pieces in your Rebrickable Account and then re-combine them into actual sets...

 

Best regards,
Markus

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Hi Marcus,

Thank you.

My son has since confirmed that he had the following:

6956 - Stellar Recon Voyager

6886 - Galactic Peace Keeper

6841 - Mineral Detector

6822 Space Digger

6876 - Alienator

We are still unable to identify the large thin, odd shaped 'wings' sticking out from either side or what parts were used to make what looks like either stabilizers or possibly docking ports.

I have managed to download all the assembly instructions for the models mentioned above. 

Unrelated to the space series he also had several basic brick sets, the 8862 Backhoe Grader and a helicopter that we have not positively identified yet. Do not think any parts in the picture came from them.

Thank you for responding to my query.

Regards,

Toni

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