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WTB/WTT for Intellivision Learning Fun I and/or II

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I am looking for nice complete in box copies of Learning Fun I an II. Please PM if you would like to trade or sell.

 

Thanks!

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Still begging for these. Please PM me. First born are ready to be traded.

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I think I have an extra Learning Fun 1 with manual in a reproduction box?

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Still begging for these. Please PM me. First born are ready to be traded.

What do you have to trade?

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it took me sixteen years to get them...

Well, I have the carts but want CIB. I have all of the others CIB and these will finish my collection. I've already been looking for years myself! I hope it doesn't take me 16 MORE years!

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4-Tris on Ebay went super cheap yesterday.

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I long ago gave up on Learning Fun II or Spiker unless some poor soul sells them in an Intellivision lot on eBay not realizing what they are worth. But I do believe I can get Learning Fun I and Stadium Mud Buggies. I might be able to do all 4 if I settle for cart only but then I might as well just get the ROMs and call that good.

 

I hope you find them in decent shape KylJoy. It's always good to see someone new hit the 125.

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I long ago gave up on Learning Fun II or Spiker unless some poor soul sells them in an Intellivision lot on eBay not realizing what they are worth. But I do believe I can get Learning Fun I and Stadium Mud Buggies. I might be able to do all 4 if I settle for cart only but then I might as well just get the ROMs and call that good.

 

I hope you find them in decent shape KylJoy. It's always good to see someone new hit the 125.

As long as my wife doesn't know, I'd pony up for a CIB learning ii, but I don't know yet if I could do a CIB spiker

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As long as my wife doesn't know, I'd pony up for a CIB learning ii, but I don't know yet if I could do a CIB spiker

 

Honestly, I think LF II is more rare than Spiker. I see Spiker come up on eBay 4 or 5 times a year but I can't remember the last time I saw LF II for sale. At least not complete in box.

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Honestly, I think LF II is more rare than Spiker. I see Spiker come up on eBay 4 or 5 times a year but I can't remember the last time I saw LF II for sale. At least not complete in box.

 

You might be right but I currently lean towards thinking that Spiker is more rare but is seen on eBay more because it's often listed with an extremely high Buy-It-Now price so it stays up longer. That said, your post is food for thought...

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As rare as all 3 of those are, I still believe there may be only between 15-20 boxed Spikers! in existence.

 

Learning Fun 1 and 2 are probably a little further behind.

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Honestly, I think LF II is more rare than Spiker. I see Spiker come up on eBay 4 or 5 times a year but I can't remember the last time I saw LF II for sale. At least not complete in box.

A CIB Learning Fun 2 sold on eBay in early December for $399 (obo). I too essentially gave up on LF2 and Spiker barring a sub-market rate happenstance in my favor. Same with 4-Tris. I'd probably pay $200 each for LF2 and 4-Tris...maybe slightly more for Spiker. Fortunately I moved past the mentality that my life isn't complete until my collection is :D

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You know, it might make sense for all of us that need these items to work together instead of against each other for us all to get them. I mean, what if we would agree to work together to not bid on an item so that we are not running the price up against each other. I think that is likely happening now to a degree. I'm not sure that this would workout but we could experiment with it. I don't know how yet. Good idea? Impossible?

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You know, it might make sense for all of us that need these items to work together instead of against each other for us all to get them. I mean, what if we would agree to work together to not bid on an item so that we are not running the price up against each other. I think that is likely happening now to a degree. I'm not sure that this would workout but we could experiment with it. I don't know how yet. Good idea? Impossible?

a 'price fixing' (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Price_fixing)?

 

After the Intv Brotherhood we would have the Intv Cartel, lol

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I was not referring to price fixing. I think it is sort of the opposite. I was referring to agreeing to not bid against each other to NOT unnecessarily drive the price way up against each other. I had a situation recently where one other person and I were unknowingly bidding against each other and drive the price of an item WAY up. If I would have known that the other bidder was who it was I would have let them have the item at a price hundreds of dollars less than they ended up paying for the item. Sure, someone else could have bid the item way up but I would not have.

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Why don't we all pitch in to pay for these items together, so that we are all co-owners? Then, we could pass the games back and forth to each other on a monthly basis to play them.

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Why don't we all pitch in to pay for these items together, so that we are all co-owners? Then, we could pass the games back and forth to each other on a monthly basis to play them.

 

Well, I really want my own physical copy. If you simply want to play the games the ROMs are readily available for emulation or LTO Flash, etc.

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