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  1. I have one that someone is interested in selling to me but we're both a little gun shy about throwing out a number. Another collector and show owner out in Tennessee (if I'm not mistaken) "Blasted Machines Tech Shop" said he would consider paying even $200 for it a lot of money. Just one of those things where it's obviously rare, but the demand simply doesn't exist. I asked the seller of this one what the serial number was on it and it was in the high 7,000 so I guess take that into account of for what it's worth that at bare minimum probably 8,000 units were produced *I realize that I didn't mention the one he is looking to sell is New/Open Box with the original shipping box that it came in. That's primarily what piqued my interest because while it's been awhile (about 7 years or so) since it's been mentioned here on Atari Age at the time of the discussion no one even know if it "had a box". While it's obviously not a display box it also isn't just a blank generic shipping box as it's clearly branded as to the contents
  2. I have one that someone is interested in selling to me but we're both a little gun shy about throwing out a number. Another collector and show owner out in Tennessee (if I'm not mistaken) "Blasted Machines Tech Shop" said he would consider paying even $200 for it a lot of money. Just one of those things where it's obviously rare, but the demand simply doesn't exist. I asked the seller of this one what the serial number was on it and it was in the high 7,000 so I guess take that into account of for what it's worth that at bare minimum probably 8,000 units were produced *I realize that I didn't mention the one he is looking to sell is New/Open Box with the original shipping box that it came in. That's primarily what piqued my interest because while it's been awhile (about 7 years or so) since it's been mentioned here on Atari Age at the time of the discussion no one even know if it "had a box". While it's obviously not a display box it also isn't just a blank generic shipping box as it's clearly branded as to the contents
  3. I'm trying to get some more general information on the Colombia Home Arcade. I know what it is and how one would've acquired it when it was being marketed/sold, but is there ANY information on how many units were sold or anything else relevant of that nature? Is there any knowledge of them being sold privately from one collector to another? Is there anyone that could I could speak with privately if need be in regards to a general value on these?
  4. I posted it over in the marketplace, but I also wanted to post it over here as anyone that has interest or knowledge is likely here and I'm more motivated by finding a collector that needs these to help fill out the niche portion of their collection. Anyway, have a bunch of the white label games that I'm looking to sell and asking $10 each shipped, but more than open to offers. So if you're interested please let me know and lets make a deal
  5. Asking $10 on each shipped, but certainly open to offers as I'm just looking to sell and get them to a collector that might need this to help fill up their niche collection
  6. Asking $2,000 shipped (but certainly open to offers) as the modification itself is even more rare than the Falcon CENTurbo loads via a toggle switch otherwise the regular Atari OS loads
  7. I have a trove of old Adventure cassette games (#1 - #12 at least) and I was wondering if they held any value on the TI 99/4a? I'm familiar with Adventure International and their release on the Atari 8-bit line and if I'm not mistaken they're relatively valuable for the Atari 400/800, but I was wondering if they held a similar value for the TI 99/4A?
  8. Prices include shipping, but I'm more than willing to make a deal on anything and everything you may be interested APX Atari Pascal Language System $20 Basic Fun $6 Compute!'s Second Book of Atari $15 Your Atari Computer $6 The Book of Atari Software $20 Compute!'s First Book of Atari $12 Rainy Day Activities for the Atari $15 Antic: The Atari Resource, June 1983, Volume 2 Number 3 $8 Atari Games & Recreations $10 Computers for Kids Atari Edition $10 Atari Sound and Graphics: A Self-Teaching Guide $10 Survival on Planet X $10
  9. Thanks! I know I've been asking a lot of questions on here the past couple days and I am trying to find the easily accessible information for myself so I appreciate the patience and helping me out as again this is just absolutely fascinating to me
  10. From INTV Funhouse for what it's worth Originally released as part of the red-boxed "Action Network." Consumer complaints of the game being "too easy" led to the addition of a new harder level. The harder version was released as part of the new blue-boxed "Space Action Network"
  11. That's why I was asking more so in relation to the cartridge so if you're OCD enough like me where this is the kind of stuff that would drive you insane I wanted to know if you just had the cartridge if there was a way to tell. @mr_me did bring up another identifier that I forgot about in the form of "made in Hong Kong" that might be useful. Worst case i'll just see if I can't get a huge swath of Auto Racer cartridges, test them all out, and report back on the findings. Would be an interesting little project for sure!
  12. @intellivotion, certainly appreciate the response so please don't think I'm ungrateful, but I am curious to know if anyone has tested my query as outlined above. That being where at bare minimum you could know what rom revision would be included on a cartridge based off it's style, but not necessarily the other way around. Again as an example: Auto Racing: Philips head screws are a complete crap shoot and could have the steering controls be either or. Where if it has triangle headed screws all tested version have always had the revised rom (not to say that it couldn't have the original steering just that it's never been found). I know it sounds silly/nuanced, but if it's anything I've learned from the AtariAge board is that there are some people that know the slightest revisions to artwork at the drop of a hat and can tell you everything you would need to know
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