Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Prop Plane since December 2016. High accuracy
LEGO 8855 Prop Plane was a 569 piece Technic set with 1 figure released in 1988. This was the the first Technic airplane released and was also called "Sea Plane". The Prop Plane has and 18-inch wingspan, with working ailerons and elevators, and seats two people.

The current value for a new and sealed Prop Plane is estimated at $344 with an average yearly gain of about 6%. On the secondary markets, the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between $335 and $379. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between $65 and $96 depending on the condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(DK) Box has minimal to minor shelfwearGlue for both seales have evaporatedMore pictures a...
$291.32
-15.3%
(JP) 8855 Prop Plane TECHNIC 1988 Vintage
$368.00
+7.0%
(CA) Technic Prop Plane 8855 BNIB
$388.44
+13.0%

Sales Distribution (Last 90 Days)

This chart shows the distribution of sales for the last 3 months of new/sealed 8855 Prop Plane.

Figures

Prop Plane contains 1 figure. The figure is also included in 2 other sets.

Sets in Technic

Theme Technic
Year 1988
Pieces 900
Availability Retired
8865 LEGO Technic Testcar
Retail $79.00
Value $578.37
Growth  632.1%
Annual growth 4.8%
Theme Technic
Year 1988
Pieces 326
Availability Retired
8853 LEGO Technic Excavator
Retail $32.00
Value $232.58
Growth  626.8%
Annual growth 3.6%
Theme Technic
Year 1988
Pieces 86
Availability Retired
8832 LEGO Technic Roadster
Retail $9.50
Value $22.77
Growth  139.7%
Annual growth 2.5%
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Sea-plane with joy stick controlled allerions and elevator, piston engine and turning propeller. Check ailerons and elevator are working. Rotating engine and 4-wheel landing gear add further realism to this very special sea plane. The elevator is joy-stick controlled via gears and pinions.
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