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    Posted 9 years ago

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    This is a really rare Drive Rite board game from 1976, made by Weber Enterprises, apparently a company in Mesa, Arizona - not sure if they still exist.

    The ONLY place I found information about this game ANYWHERE was at a board game geek wiki.

    Very strange and cool find from an antique mall about a week ago - complete with all its pieces and in almost perfect shape!

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    1. packrat-place packrat-place, 9 years ago
      Nice find, old board games can be difficult to find with all the pieces sometimes. I found an old Fudal game in great shape several weeks ago. After I got it home and counted all the pieces, one was missing. Now only two can play, insted of four.
    2. modernscavenger modernscavenger, 9 years ago
      Thanks for the comment - yeah I know what you mean! I made SURE before I got this one it had all the pieces - I let it sit at that antiques mall til I could go home and research it. Hah. Had to hope it was still there when I went back, although I figured it would be. :)
    3. Kimberlyclark, 9 years ago
      Hello. Just happened to google my grandfather's board game to see if anyone had ever heard of it...& I was pleased to find ur posts. My grandfather Douglas Weber invented this game. I have a mint condition, autographed copy. This is cool to that people have heard of it. Thank you!! : )
    4. Ljmeyer Ljmeyer, 1 year ago
      Just stumbled upon the First Assembled Game, signed by Douglas Weber himself at Bookman’s in Mesa, AZ. What an amazing find! Of course we took it home.

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