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Picture 1:

The clock could be from anything. The shark looks pretty cool but is not from Atlantis sets. The circular piece looks like the front of the cockpit from a Star Wars ship probably from Anakin's Jedi interceptor (the old one) because the semi-traingular piece is yellow (which looks like the foil from his ship).
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The top piece looks the like the chassis for a small truck which would go with the white piece on the left which loks like the police truck. The rest I don't know except for the silver dome piece which is part of a Bionicle or Hero Factory guy.
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Obviously Batman stuff. You have a pice from the Gotham City bank and a couple from the old Batwing I think, though not sure about that. The black piece at the bottom could be a part of the fuselage.
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....yup, it's definitely Lego.
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The very best Lego resources on the net:

http://brickset.com/
http://www.bricklink.com/
http://www.brickshelf.com/
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The shark head came with one of the Atlantis sets.
The window is from a TIE fighter.
The clock and phone-looking piece came with a bunch of different sets.
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Drew1365 wrote:
 


Obviously some Batman-related stuff here. We also found the Joker's hair, so that would confirm.

That black bit in the middle is a stairway.


The blue piece with the A on it came from an Agents set.
The bank sign is from Two-Face's armored car.
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What a bunch of crap. Mail that crap to my boys....
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Sad that legos are so specialized these days as to be unidentifiable and useless outside the sets they were bought with. What are you going to make with the "Batman windscreen" other than the Batmobile? The Bat-plane, maybe, I guess.
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Step 1: scrounge up a magnifying glass
Step 2: find the 4 or 5 (or 6) digit part number on the lego piece
Step 3: go to www.bricklink.com and type in the part number
Step 4: view the piece, all the colors it ever came in, every set it ever was part of, etc, etc, etc...
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jumbit wrote:
Sad that legos are so specialized these days as to be unidentifiable and useless outside the sets they were bought with. What are you going to make with the "Batman windscreen" other than the Batmobile? The Bat-plane, maybe, I guess.


Eh, it's not that bad. The pieces on this thread are all exceptions to the norm, which is interchangeability between sets and themes. There are still plenty of simple, plain old bricks out there that work the same as always. Plus, the best Lego builders out there take advantage of the specialized parts and use them in clever ways, because the motto of the AFOL (Adult Fan Of Lego) is this: no Lego piece has just one use.

Just search for "Lego" on Flickr or Google, or hit up mocpages.com and you will see what I mean.

~Euen
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Many of these are from http://www.brickset.com/detail/?Set=4178-1
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braveheart101 wrote:
jumbit wrote:
Sad that legos are so specialized these days as to be unidentifiable and useless outside the sets they were bought with. What are you going to make with the "Batman windscreen" other than the Batmobile? The Bat-plane, maybe, I guess.


Eh, it's not that bad. The pieces on this thread are all exceptions to the norm, which is interchangeability between sets and themes. There are still plenty of simple, plain old bricks out there that work the same as always. Plus, the best Lego builders out there take advantage of the specialized parts and use them in clever ways, because the motto of the AFOL (Adult Fan Of Lego) is this: no Lego piece has just one use.

Just search for "Lego" on Flickr or Google, or hit up mocpages.com and you will see what I mean.

~Euen


Fredoichi is my favourite, and he does it with so few pieces...
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