Recycled Playsets and Accessories

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Hasbro reused molds for playsets and accessories within generations, across generation and across toy lines.

Prancing Pretty Carousel


Hasbro reused this playset (with some modifications) for the Littlest Pet Shop line in 1995. [1] Notably, it does not include a music box / wind up feature.

Petite/Moon Dreamers Star Picks

Hasbro used the same mold of star picks for G1 Petite Ponies and Moon Dreamers. They differed in that one distributed with the Moon Dreamers were painted with a shiny coating and those for petite ponies were not.

G1/G2 Schoolhouse

The pony schoolhouse from G1 was reused in G2.

Show Stable

The G1 Show Stable was re-released during G1 several times.

Pretty Parlor

Kitchen (folded up)

The G1 Pretty Parlor was released within G1 as the Brush Me Beautiful Boutique and the UK exclusive Kitchen. It then crossed generations to be release in G2 as the My Pretty Parlor with Ivy.

Family Convertible/Pink and Fabulous Pony Car

An modified version of the car mold was used in both G3 and G4.

G3/G3.5 to G4 small accessories

There have been a few small accessory molds from the main G3 and G3.5 lines that were reused in G4.

Wing Wishes wands

The mold used to make the wands for the G3 Wing Wishes ponies has been reused twice in generation 4.

Princess wand

The same mold was used to make a wand for G3 Rarity and G4 fashion style Princess Luna and Princess Celestia.

Logo Cake

This cake was originally included in a G3.5 playset, and was later reused in G4. It actually has the G3.5 logo on it.

Ponyville to G4 accessories

Due to the size of G4 ponies, the molds for many accessories from G3/G3.5 Ponyville as well as ones from the G3.5 mermaid ponies have been able to be reused.

Mermaid Treasure Chest

The treasure chest from two mermaid sets was reused for the Canterlot Castle.

Tea set

The full set was released once in G3, with the tea cart also being included with a DVD for The World's Biggest Tea Party. In G4, most of the set was released with one playset, and at least two parts were included in another.

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