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Your Complete Lego Space Police 1 Collector's Guide

Updated on December 24, 2017
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Recently married on Sept. 8, 2017, Jason Ponic works in the exciting world of Hollywood film and television by day and writes by night.

The Good Guys of Space

In 1989, Lego declares Blacktron the enemy and releases the Space Police to defend against them. This would begin the good guy / bad guy trend that continues to this day. The Space Police were charged with maintaining order in the galaxy, protecting the civilian Lego population Futuron against the greedy lot of the Blacktron.

The original Space Police have since become one of the most collectable series in all of Lego Space. Due to its popularity, two sequel sets have been released under the Space Police name in the 90s and 2000s.

Condition Key

All Lego sets can fit into one of two categories. This key will define the condition of the sets included in this hub.

Unopened Condition: Any set that is still in its factory sealed box

Assembled Condition: Any set that has been assembled, complete or incomplete, and is being sold as an assembled unit or partially assembled unit.

This set's two rows of real lights, made this set a premium for every Lego Maniac!
This set's two rows of real lights, made this set a premium for every Lego Maniac!

6781 - SP Striker

Released: 1989
Original Price: $28.00

Current Value
Unopened: $120.00 - $250.00
Assembled: $45.00 - $55.00

One of only two models in the Space Police theme that was electric, SP Striker contains the only light up computer module ever released by Lego.

6831 - Message Decoder

Released: 1989
Original Price: $4.00

Current Value
Unopened: $24.00 - $36.00
Assembled: $2.25 - $18.00

A small, one man, wheeled vehicle. Despite its size, this car is heavily armed.

6886 - Galactic Peace Keeper

Released: 1989
Original Price: $12.00

Current Value
Unopened: Up to $126.00
Assembled: $8.00 - $27.00

With its interchangeable jail cell for easy prisoner transfers, this set comes with its very own Blacktron I prisoner.

6895 - Spy Trak I

Released: 1989
Original Price: $12.00

Current Value
Unopened: Up to $128.00
Assembled: $13.50 to $28.00

This special hinged set was the first Lego set to feature giant all-terrain wheels that would become popular with later Space themed series.

6955 - Space Lock-Up Isolation Base

Released: 1989
Original Price: $26.00

Current Value
Unopened: Up to $100.00
Assembled: $70.00 - $89.00

Released only in the United States, this was the only starbase of the original Space Police. The detention facility when the Space Police processed Blacktron prisoners.

6986 Mission Commander

Released: 1989
Original Price: $49.99

Current Value
Unopened: Up to $200.00
Assembled: $56.00 - $124.00

The flagship of the Space Police fleet, the Mission Commander came with all the bells and whistles fitting of a mothership. Features included multiple detachable modules and retractable landing gear.


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    • Geekdom profile image


      5 years ago

      I had the 6986 Mission Commander as a kid.

      Thanks for the memories.

    • EricDockett profile image

      Eric Dockett 

      5 years ago from USA

      Fun Hub! I love vintage Lego minifigs. I have a few Lego space guys, but they're earlier, like 1978-ish. It's great how the space theme has grown from those early sets.


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