Since this is the first RPG I ever played, I still have my copies of the tuck boxes, the magazine format Advanced books, and the dot-matrix printed Codex. I doubt I would ever part with them, but I haven't thought about actually trying to run this in years and doubt I ever would. I've moved on and TFT doesn't suit my current style.
Yes - I feel a bit daft now. I knew it was Metagaming and that Interplay was the associated magazine - But still managed to type it incorrectly!
I haven't played any RPGs for about 25+ years. I never got into D&D even though it was around at the time - so having been out of the loop for so long I'm keen to re-learn and teach my young sons the game that I knew and loved as a kid.
Played in a game at Nuke-con. A couple people there had the 'magazine' style books. I had a great time and ended up getting my characters noggin clean knocked off by an Ogre while trying to help halflings push a ship across the jungle.
I still have my copy of Advanced Melee/Wizard and ITL. I used to run a campaign set in the City of Saane, called The Glory Road, after the Heinlein book. The players were all "in Saane". I found the three stats a bit limiting, so I expanded them to nine. My house rules can be found here: http://www.coldnorth.com/owen/game/gloryroad/glory-road.htm