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  1. Added a VCS box, free just pay shipping. Will also be adding a couple more refurbed VCS systems in the coming week!
  2. I want to give huge props to AtariAge for keeping the form fluid and updated with modern features. A huge and very nice contrast to a lot of the other communities I'm in... I'm looking at you, KLOV 😅

  3. I've owned probably around 12 VCS and this is the only one I've seen that had that specific case. Nonetheless it's not like I'm selling it as any kind of rare proto console or anything, just a cool note about it my bad! I went out of town last week and ended up not snapping a pic before I left. I'll update sometime in the next few days. I promise it exists LOL
  4. Well... I also listed a pristing 130XE for sale Just reversed in my head which one was actually new.
  5. As I'm in college and no longer have the time or space for all of these things, it's time to finally sort through and unload the majority of my collection Prices do not include shipping. Please PM with what you are interested in and your address. Hardware: Reconditioned 2600 light sixer: Super clean inside and out, with shiny polished switches. Tested and works well. Fun note about this console: It seems to have been used at some point as an in-house 2600 as it has an uncommon "PROPERTY OF ATARI INC" stamp inside the casing. Console only, no cables/controller included. Asking $45 + s/h Reconditioned 2600 4-switch #1: Clean inside and out, with shiny polished switches and repainted orange bezel. Has a replacement (4 foot) RF cable and replacement dust washers. Tested and works well. Console only, no cables/controller included. Asking $40 + s/h Reconditioned 2600 4-switch #2: Clean inside and out, with shiny polished switches and repainted orange bezel. Tested and works well. **The "Paddle A" pin in the second controller port is broken. Joysticks (and probably Driving controllers?) still work. Fun notes about this console: Store display 4-switch consoles had unique chrome switches. The Game Select switch on this console was transplanted from one of these display models. Also has an NOS replacement TV Type switch. Console only, no cables/controller included. Asking $40 + s/h 130XE Computer: Impeccable shape! Works well. Memory and keyboard test show no issues. Missing one screw from the bottom? Computer only, no cables/controllers included. Asking $85 + s/h. Sold! 600XL Computer: I believe this computer to be new as it is in its plastic bag and seems to be in flawless shape. With TV switch box, RF cable, manual, and power brick (which I did unwrap at some point, but still has the factory plastic on the label). Asking $130 + s/h. 1030 Modem: I can't test this, but it seems to be in good shape. Unfortunately has a silver Atari logo painted on top. Asking $30 + s/h. Will be adding two more 2600s in the coming week. Controllers: Flashback 2 controller: Missing the rubber base thing but works. Asking $5. Coleco Gemini Dual Command Controllers: Both function. One is missing a few screws and the base of the shaft is cracked, that could be fixed with some hot glue. The other is perfect. Asking $12 for the perfect one, $8 for the imperfect one. Sold Sears Heavy 6 Driving Controller: Works great with no jitter. Asking $10. Sold Atari Driving Controller: Also works great with no jitter. Asking $8. Sold Arkanoid NES controller: Apparently these are rare? I don't have a copy of Arkanoid to test. Has some electrical tape around the cable. Asking $40 based on eBay Sold prices. Suncom Mothership Controller Enhancer: This is an arcade stick that you slide an NES controller into. It's weird, but works! Asking $8. Genesis 3-button controller: Works and is in good shape. Asking $7. Still available Genesis 6-button controller: Works and is in good shape. Asking $7. Sold! Aftermarket "Super Pad by Performance" for Genesis: Actually not a bad controller. Works and is in good shape. Asking $5. Sold Genesis 6-button arcade stick: Tested and working (sorry for the blurry pic!). In decent condition. Asking $25. Sold The Boneyard Misc. stuff that I've had piling up. Would prefer you take these things along with a regular item, but I won't discriminate. 😛 Untested Atari C017945 power bricks: Asking $5 each. I don't know what they go to. Sold CX-40 casing: No internals. Asking $6. Atari Heavy Sixer paddles: The button works but the spinner does not register. The P1 paddle has a silver painted rim and is a bit loose. Asking $5. Sold! CX-40 PCBs: The switches seem clicky enough. Untested. Asking $3 each or take all for $12. CX-40 cables: Untested but seem to be ok. Asking $4 each or take both for $6. Sold! 7800 Pro Controller guts: Includes stick/cable/buttons/PCB/casing, no screws. Free, just pay shipping. Claimed 7800 Pro Controller bottom casing: Yeah. Free, just pay shipping. 7800 Pro Controller Buttons: No picture but have the L and R buttons for a 7800 Pro Controller. One is missing the middle pin that the spring fits around. Free, just pay shipping. RF Switch Boxes: Untested. Free, just pay shipping. The one on the right has been claimed, other two still available. Sega Genesis power supply MK-213: Untested. I think this is for a model 2? Asking $5. VCS box, copyright 1981: Pretty beat up. Fun fact: one of my friend's grandfathers designed the box, and my friend's mother is the little girl on the box. Free, just pay shipping. Claimed Fat blob creature who kept getting in my way taking photos. Good condition. $Priceless.
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  7. Thanks guys Turns out I'm a dummy who remembered wrong. It isn't the 130XE that's new, it's a 600XL. Goes to show I shouldn't post at 1AM without thinking LOL I'm guessing that changes things. 600XLs seem to be worth a bit more from sold listings on eBay, does that sound accurate? Do they have the same potential keyboard membrane issues? A bit hesitant to unwrap it given how long it's been sealed and its historical value.
  8. Hey guys, I've had an 130XE laying around years that I presume is new. It doesn't have the box, but has the lower styrofoam insert and everything that goes in it. Including a flawless system still in the factory bag and tape, power cable, video cable, modulator, and I believe also the manual. Could anyone let me know what this might be worth? I'll try and snap some pics soon.
  9. I've got a few incomplete 2600s I started restoring over the years and never finished. Would like to finally complete em and pass em on to people who can enjoy them So as the title says... I need at least one RF cable for 2600 (with that short end that plugs into the RF modulator). Thanks!
  10. Whoops... Didn't mean to disappear from AA for over a year again 😅

    1. PacManPlus


      Glad you're ok...  Happy New Year!

    2. save2600


      Time flies when you're having fun!

  11. JrPac

    Baby Pac-Man

    I haven't been this excited for a homebrew in years! Glad to see you're still at it PMP (and great work Kurt!)
  12. Joined the boards as a ten year old, now in my second year of college. How time flies.

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    2. carlsson


      Sheldon Cooper graduated from college at the age of 14. :)

    3. DZ-Jay


      Time flies like the wind...

      Fruit flies like bananas.

    4. GoldLeader


      Ha! Pretty Funny DZ-Jay! And definitely Time Flies! And seems to go quicker as ya get older (Just like everyone says ;)

  13. Although I am not very active here any more, I thought I'd share this. Over the past few years, I have been working on recreating a full cabinet of the mysterious prototype Crazy Otto, reverse-engineering Ms. Pac-Man code as well as designing a full set of artwork. Essentially, it's a recreation of what Crazy Otto would have been if it had come to market. I was recruited to give a presentation at the California Extreme Arcade & Pinball convention regarding my classic games collecting and Crazy Otto, also paired up with one of the original programmers: Steve Golson. The game was out on the show floor for all to play. AtariAge gets a mention The local newspaper has done an article on the subject as well, http://www.goldenstatenewspapers.com/tracy_press/teen-builds-lost-video-game/article_34affc3e-2c0f-11e5-9b09-8fb35dd3931f.html And even VICE wrote an article on preservation of classic games. I'm in the second half. http://motherboard.vice.com/read/passing-the-arcade-torch Pretty exciting
  14. To the top, still have these. Also have some more color variations. If you want a color not here, just ask. I haven't updated the photo yet, but I finally found a proper matching battery door for the black original GB. Also have some really nice GBP and GBC systems.
  15. Sold to him a refurbished Game Boy. No issues, great guy!
  16. JrPac


    Purchased a 7800 Ms. Pac cart... No issues and quick shipment. Great seller!
  17. Mine does not have a label on the bottom either, and no residue from one. As you predicted, there are green and orange markings on the bottom. I've had the system for years, and finally took it out of storage. Glad I did!
  18. If I am not mistaken, that looks like my Ms. Pac-Man Arcade hack from a couple years ago. Would be hilarious if it was. As a member of KLOV, this machine is incredibly unfortunate from an arcade standpoint, though the concept is truly interesting and I do like the look of it. A mini cabinet would have been super interesting as well.
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