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  1. IT looks like the basic cartridge from the Keyboard Component (that goes with the manual)
  2. That has to be one of the most eclectic lots, especially with so few items. Apparent Keyboard Component manual, Keyboard Basic manual, what looks like a Basic cart, though unlabelled, FCTVVO Backgammon, and then World Series Baseball (beat up), Masters manual, Tower of Doom manual.
  3. I don't think Donkey Kong is the game that would be highlighted by a knowlegable seller, though that box is in pretty good shape for Donkey Kong.
  4. The next 50 Mud Buggies boxes have been built, and should be shrinked in the next couple of days, as well as the next 25 Party Lines. There will be more after that, as well, but it may take longer as we do not have the boards yet.
  5. I am interested. Collecting a bunch and sending them all at once is probably more effective.
  6. My German Donkey Kong looks different.
  7. This is a transcription of the manual - https://history.blueskyrangers.com/instructions/wcbaseball.html
  8. It was in the $100-$120 range. I don't remember exactly.
  9. Some time next week. Boxes started being glued today (along with Party Line) and then they will get shrinked. This will be the next 50 copies. After that, we have to get more boards. We do have boxes, manuals, etc for another 100 after this next 50.
  10. I wonder if the price inflation was partially because I have had a couple of gatefold copies of it that I sold at auction in the last several months. I know things like that can mess up the price charting sites. It took quite a while for those to recover from my NIS FCTVVO LV Poker/BJ a couple of years ago.
  11. I am having a great deal of trouble finding the the Mattel NBA Basketball box that is made in the USA, but does NOT have the Keyboard Component text on the front. So it would look like these pictures. Depending on condition, I would be willing to pay $30-$40 for CIB, and can also supply a CIB Hong Kong version if a replacement is required. I would also be willing to buy just the box.
  12. That is a USA cart, but it is the BOX that is rare (without keyboard component on it)
  13. I haven't been able to find one, though I suppose it is mostly the box that I am looking for. All the ones without the Keyboard Component seem to be HK. I just missed one, and I think Orth and CMart each have one (but not extras).
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