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retrogmr

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  1. Please add me to the list... thank you! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. I have a extra rider on my homeowners policy for my collection. I used the price guides that were available at the time to determine valuation (largely Digital Press, JerryG's guide, with a little bit of Video Game Collector magazine thrown in to fill blanks). I did this exercise almost 10 years ago so there may be more contemporary publications available for some of the post-'84 bits. They're never going to be perfect and are super subjective, but they have the advantage of being published, which is what the insurer cares most about. You can also ask how they handle things like comic books or star wars figures; that would give you an idea if the insurer handles collectibles and has some experience in valuation.
  3. So how about getting a gatefold/magnetic box for a Gen1 Super Game Module? Should be easy since you've made a couple of those already
  4. I've been playing around with some older laptops as PC gaming systems and I settled on a different system, so I have a Toshiba Tecra 720CDT available for sale. Here are the specs: - Pentium 120mhz - 144mb RAM (maxed out) - 1.2GB HDD - 12.1" LCD (Active Matrix; no passive matrix ghosting!) - 6x CD-ROM The battery actually holds a reasonable charge, though the CMOS battery will need to be replaced at some point (loses it's mind if it's unplugged for too long). The hard drive will need to be wiped; it has a failed installation of Win 98SE that proves the system boots, but won't be, um, usable. I was using this successfully with a CF->IDE converter and the computer was very snappy for it's intended use. Also will include AC Adapter and a PS/2 mouse. Cosmetically it's in extremely good shape; a little yellowing from age and a couple of scratches and nicks, but nothing you'd want to hide. Asking $50 + shipping from 94583. Save this wonderful brick from the e-cycler and give it a good home
  5. I am in for a cart with all the fixings (i.e. box and overlays) as well Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. When the masses sway you into producing a few of these for sale, I am most certainly in
  7. Personally I've used 3ds-flashcard.com multiple times and it's been a breeze. They have a pretty broad selection of popular cards and good prices.
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