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  1. Only 150,000 - 200,000 Heavy Sixers were made. Your serial number is over 1 million so doesn't look like it there. Also, Heavy Sixers bear the "Sunnyvale CA" mark on the serial sticker. Others are Taiwan, etc.
  2. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...item=1348854324 Buy it now if you want to take a chance. Could be a mint copy?
  3. jklat2k1

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    PA huh. I know a couple people in Hershey. Good point and very well said. I don't deal too much with the security aspect, but still think that there needs to be a way to identify a fraudulent seller better than is currently in place. If it wasn't for the people here in this forum, I think that the seller of the rare Atari games would have gotten a lot more of people's money. It's forums like this where we must be vigilant against these sort of people. What if the seller moves, gets a new credit card number and email address, and starts again fresh. There needs to be something in place to protect the masses. I personally can't think of anything that is so attached to a person no matter where they go as a ssn.
  4. I have this Dynasound organizer gamecenter that looks hardly used. Box and everything included, no cracks or chips at all. Made for Atari, INTV, ColecoVision, C64, etc. I ship USPS Priority mail, and it weighs about 6 lbs. Shipping should be 8.50 to 10.90 with delivery confirmation depending on where you live (US only please). I figure $5 will atleast make it worth going to the post office.
  5. I'm selling 45 Atari 2600 games: http://page.auctions.shopping.yahoo.com/au...42?aucview=0x70
  6. If anyone wants 45 nice games to start or add to a collection. http://page.auctions.shopping.yahoo.com/au...42?aucview=user Reserve is only $60, and these are all nice looking games, even the Activision ones have very little wear.
  7. http://www.atariage.com/box_page.html?Soft...3&BoxStyleID=51 White box style. It's a legit box, only a 2 on the rating scale.
  8. Yeah, in Adventure you can make a little man instead of a square, dragons and swordplay could be enhanced. Music, the castles, maze, secrets, all could be revamped. Okay programmers, get to work!
  9. jklat2k1

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    I think SSN is the only way to go. As a phone company employee, we have access to SSN's. I've been there close to 5 years and have never heard of any incidents. With the SSN, you can track a lot better than with a credit card. I think that has to happen eventually. Kind of like applying for a business license, leads more credibility to the sellers.
  10. http://cgi6.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?...&sort=2&rows=25 I'd really like to bid on some of the games, but wanted to know what some of the experts (or novices) think?
  11. Looks like I have a buyer. Thanks for reading!
  12. If anyone is interested, I listed a Sears Atari Heavy Sixer on Yahoo auctions. http://page.auctions.shopping.yahoo.com/au...37?aucview=user Just the system only, but it's super clean and has a low serial number. Buy it now for $30. I really cleaned it well, and added some MCL I just got from RadioShack online.
  13. I was once looking for a box link but couldn't find one.
  14. Heavy Sixer box would be 1977, and all other 6 switches 1978. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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