Random set of the day: Indie's Stable

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Indie's Stable

Indie's Stable

©2001 LEGO Group

Today's random set is 3124 Indie's Stable, released in 2001. It's one of 4 Scala sets produced that year. It contains 95 pieces, and its retail price was US$50/£39.99.

It's owned by 37 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay.


23 comments on this article

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By in Australia,

Well.

It's not a Clikit?

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By in Sweden,

It looks like the apple, carrot and carrot top were all introduced in Scala/Belville, like quite a few other elements I believe? Would be interesting to read an article about that.

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By in United States,

Can you say Barbie?

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By in United States,

I'm sure you could play well with this set, but it wasn't a good play by TLG.

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By in United States,

"Indiana? We named the horse Indiana!"

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By in New Zealand,

Hi Indie! Nice Horsey. Say, I like your pitchfork.

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By in United States,

My favorite part is the way Indie’s name is labeled so plainly and bizarrely, just on top of the background of the set artwork.

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By in United Kingdom,

those medals on the wall, are they pieces or some kind of sticker?

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By in Netherlands,

I recently saw one of the large belville house irl. I was amazed by how big it was. Even compared to the figures themselves it seemed huge. Belville did use some awesome colours by the way

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By in United States,

Noooooo...

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By in Hungary,

Ah Scala, another theme neglected for a reason.

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By in New Zealand,

^The instructions for this set are unbelievably realistic. Worth a read.

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By in Hungary,

The horse would look great in a bowl of yellow technic parts ;)

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By in United Kingdom,

I had the pleasure of actually seeing a Scala set recently. Possibly this one as it had a horse. I was really impressed with the horse. Good solid toy. Reminded me of the one I had that went with my Judy doll (Judy dolls from Zodiac - UK brickseters remember them?). Had I been about age 9 in 2001 I probably would of loved something like this. Was Scala ever sold in the UK though?

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By in Switzerland,

That belongs in a museum!

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By in United States,

@MrClassic- I learned the "Technic Engine Air scoop" (part 6797) first appeared in 3 1997 Scala sets as a bottle holder/rack...& didnt actually appear as an air scoop until 4 years later (in light grey) in set 8465 Extreme Off-Roader...& hasn't been used since!

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By in United States,

And people say Bionicle isn't Lego.

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By in United States,

This set is so weird.

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By in United States,

No! THATS IMPOSSSIBLE!!!!! LEGOS WITHOUT LEGOS!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!

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By in United States,

@namekuji I did look at the instructions and I loved that they were done as if Marie built the set. Very cute and clever!

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