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What constitutes a Complete In Box (CIB)?

Vectrex Complete In Box What is it? CIB StarTrek

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#1 Vectrexer OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Jan 15, 2017 6:28 PM

I am a little surprised at the various answers so far on a Facebook group question posed. So I am reposting that question here for comments. I'll chime in later with my opinion on the answer.

Query to the newbies in the group.
What constitutes a complete in box (CIB) Star Trek?

Let me add here this is about a used CIB Star Trek.
A new, and/or new sealed game would be a different animal.

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Edited by Vectrexer, Sun Jan 15, 2017 6:31 PM.


#2 lazzeri OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Feb 26, 2017 3:29 PM

Hi,

 

   I would say that it must be AT LEAST a box, manual, plastic crate, cart and Overlay. The Overlay envelope is a great extra but I don´t really feel that it´s needed for CIB.

 

   The paperwork (Passport, EGM discount voucher) is not mandatory for CIB, IMHO.



#3 Atari_Bill OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Feb 26, 2017 5:43 PM

Hi,
 
   I would say that it must be AT LEAST a box, manual, plastic crate, cart and Overlay. The Overlay envelope is a great extra but I don´t really feel that it´s needed for CIB.
 
   The paperwork (Passport, EGM discount voucher) is not mandatory for CIB, IMHO.


I agree with this.

#4 Blazing Lazers OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Feb 27, 2017 1:22 AM

Just saw this thread, and it reminded me of an encounter I had regarding this exact situation a bit back:

 

http://atariage.com/...ke#entry3251744







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