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    Default Super Mario Bros. Toy - Two Ladders & Mario Luigi Figures

    I found this in my closet awhile back. Kind of forgot about it. Did some ebay searches but couldn't find a listing. Anyone know if this little toy is rare or anything? Yeah, it's a little dusty. It's been in there for awhile.



    Also, I found a Super Metroid not for resale promo cartridge the other day at a flea market. I know they used to have that at Target years ago.

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    It's not a toy, it's the Super Mario Bros. Ladder Race Game! Mine disappeared long ago, not a bad concept at all. My first search got a hit. I remember buying mine at KayBee years ago when I was eight years old or so, I think I paid about $15 for it.
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    Yeah, looks like one person is selling one now. Is this thing rare or anything? Maybe just something nobody cares to sell on Ebay. I'm keeping mine anyway but I'll check that auction to see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZackyH View Post
    Yeah, looks like one person is selling one now. Is this thing rare or anything? Maybe just something nobody cares to sell on Ebay. I'm keeping mine anyway but I'll check that auction to see what happens.
    Don't think so, less of this stuff survives as the years roll on. I'd compare it to the video game board games of the early 80's, and those usually peak around $20 at the very most. I'd point the value of this around there as well.

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    Well, it got 3 bids and sold for $18.36 on the Ebay auction you found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZackyH View Post
    Well, it got 3 bids and sold for $18.36 on the Ebay auction you found.
    So my estimate was dead on.

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