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  1. I've always wanted Eli's Ladder before and never got my hands on it, so I watched the auction below very carefully. The seller's name though made me wonder if its real or not. I did send a message to the seller, and he said he got it from an American 10 years ago. I asked him if it was a reproduction or not, and his reply was that he felt it was genuine based on so much interest in it. Anyone who actually has Eli's care to say if its real? Wonder? CPU? If it is real, whoever got it got a great deal in my opinion. Congrats. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 321144029623
  2. I thought about photoshop, but why leave out toggles on the right side?
  3. Looks like this Atari came from the swamp near Mr. Burn's nuclear power plant: https://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218&ad=24326507&cat=&lpid=2&search=nintendo&ad_cid=7 Anybody know why the owner modded it like that?
  4. I've fixed up lots of NES systems, so I'm well aware of the 72 pin problem, but I have 3 NES systems that are doing really wierd things, and I don't know where to begin. I would really appreciate any advice on how to fix them. Here is a description of each one. Problem Child NES #1: Picture comes up with a nice 72 pin but the title screen for Super Mario has numbers in it. Problem Child NES #2: Picture comes up with a nice 72 pin using the RF switch, but you have to wiggle the RF switch to get a picture. If the RF switch isn't in the perfect spot, all you get is snow. If I connect it to a TV using AV cables, all I get is a black screen. Problem Child NES #3: I get sound with a nice 72 pin and AV cables, but no picture, only a black screen. Connected with a RF switch all I get is a black screen and no sound. Thanks in advance for any help.
  5. I think I remember this heavy sixer because I tried to buy it as well. I remember the seller was in Idaho, and I tried like crazy to contact them, but never was able too, so I didn't bid very high. The problem of course is it's difficult to know if it's really a new in the box heavy sixer without opening it, but of course you don't want to open it because that would hurt the value. It's the old catch 22. My humble opinion is it's worth around a $1000 because new in the box 4 switches go for around $400 to $600.
  6. I a few of the hex discs along with a 1977 heavy sixer complete in the box that is in amazing condition. The heavy sixer is from my personal collection and I wasn't planning on selling it, but times are tough, so I will be listing it on eBay in a couple weeks. I will also be listing the hex discs too. The hex discs I have are not repo's; they are from Atari.
  7. I just listed the Popeye Game & Watch starting at just a penny as well. At the moment, everything is priced very low.
  8. I have a number of auctions up right now starting at just 1 penny. I have Conker's Bad Fur Day for the Nintendo 64, a brand new N64 joystick, Ninja Gaiden I, II, and III for the NES, and later this week I will be listing a Popeye Game and Watch. Here is the link to my auctions: eBay Seller: game-bay Thanks for looking.
  9. My auction is ending today. Thank you.
  10. I just listed my copy of Dragon Warrior III for the NES on eBay, and the auction starts at just 1 penny. Here is the link: eBay Seller: game-bay Thanks.
  11. I have a lot of 18 Atari computer games and programs up for auction right now. Please click on the link below if you'd like to take a look: eBay Seller: game-bay
  12. Check out my auctions for some 1988 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles new in box, a Wii Guitar, Ghoul's 'N Ghosts for the Sega Genesis, and more. Here's the link: eBay Seller: game-bay Thanks.
  13. Check out my auctions for lots of cool 80's stuff. I package everything I ship very carefully, and I ship right away. Please click the link below to see my auctions: eBay Seller: game-bay
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