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  1. lots of goodies up for sale right now on ebay. have lots of everything. check it out. http://www.ebay.com/sch/vanhalen909/m.html?item=252045534392&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
  2. I recently won this auction for an Atari Lynx. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-Atari-Lynx-System-w-1-Game-Power-Supply-/271891175231 It does work, but inside I found a nasty surprise. 6 leaky batteries, heavy corrosion. Mix of Energizer and Duracell. Use by date of July '94! Seriously, a baby born on this date would be old enough to drink by next month. Seller made no mention of said corrosion in the description or photos. Did they even bother to open the battery compartment? I want to clean this sucker up and rescue it from the dump, but I also want compensation for my efforts, ie partial refund. Before I pull out the vinegar and old toothbrushes, what do you guys recommend moving forward? I've not contacted them yet. Pics...
  3. My brother is selling his Lynx console and games - including Double Dragon, Electrocop, Blue Lightning, and others. If you have any questions just ask! http://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-Lynx-I-Console-Bundle-Battery-Pack-Atari-Carrying-Case-17-Games-/191542313076
  4. Hi a have a really cool atari piece here. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 230806985043 Description: The dimensions are: just over 4" tall, 2.5" wide, and 1" thick. It weighs 1 lb 12 oz or 790kg "It's the #1 Atari Sales Award Trophy. This award was given to the top distributors in the country for sales achievement. This is truly a piece of video game history" I started the price high because I didn't know how much it was worth. It hasn't been listed long and I've already received 2 100.00 offers. What do you guys think it is worth? I tried to attach a photo but my photos are too big sorry.
  5. Hello, You guys wanted me to notify you when I started putting the Probe2000 Cartridges up for auction on eBay, well the first one just went up on ebay. It is Ice Hockey, that is a complete game, but was done in house at Probe2000/NAP as is evidence by the 2 screw case and the custom pcboards and chips, that have only been seen on the other prototypes created by Probe2000 also. I have verified these games as working, and have included all the pictures of the games running, and the inside of the shell, and outside as well. I have been informed by people on other atari sites to start the bidding at $250, so this is what I have done. Good Luck, I hope you guys enjoy the games, I will list and auction more, once this first auction is over, if I am satisfied. Here is the link to the auction for you hardcore Atari2600 fans.. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 290738299725 Good Luck, and I will let you know when the others come up for sale also. I am only doing this because several people were interested and wanted to know when I put them up for auction, I'm sorry if this violates the sites rules or something... StOrM3
  6. Hi all, I'm currently selling my cart-only copy of Bounty Bob Strikes Back for the 5200 that I recently acquired off of a friend. I wanted to share the post with all the folks here at Atari Age in hopes of drumming up some interest in the sale. I know my initial asking price is a bit steep but I only recently found out how rare this particular game is and honestly could just really use the money right now. If you know someone who may be seriously interested, feel free to share this thread or the post itself--I greatly appreciate it! The more traffic the better, of course. Thanks all eBay Auction -- Item Number: 222582289270
  7. Early this morning I did my usual check of newly listed items in vintage computing and what appeared on my screen but an Atari 1200XL and power supply for around $100 BIN...I couldn't believe it, literally. So I spent the next five minutes looking for the catch, checking his feedback, reading the listing over and over to find out what was wrong with this deal, and of course it sold almost immediately. Doh! I felt like such an idiot; what was I thinking? Have you ever lost a super deal on something due to being overly cautious or just too slow?
  8. I've been hunting for a copy of Quadrun for my collection, and found this one on eBay... http://www.ebay.com/itm/QUADRUN-Atari-2600-Game-Very-Rare-Authentic-/311968497661 It claims authenticity, but the font on the cartridge label does not seem like the pics I've seen of the game. Does anyone have opinions about whether this is an original cart?
  9. I am selling my Atari 2600 Light Sixer. It comes with 36 games, two joysticks (Only one works...) and a paddle. See it here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/222010392806? Thanks!
  10. I hope it is appropriate to post "for sale" items. Cleaning out the attic, and selling some old Atari 8-bit stuff on Ebay. I was a big Atari geek back in the day, I'd like to see this stuff go to somebody who will appreciate it, instead of the landfill. SpartaDOS X cartridge with SpartDOS Toolkit disk. www.ebay.com/itm/301844912080 Original Atari literature, lot of 5 pieces: (1200XL users guide, 1982 Atari Product Catalog, etc) http://www.ebay.com/itm/301844916921 I'm also selling some Atari ST stuff, if you are interested check out my ebay user page: http://www.ebay.com/usr/chris82369
  11. Not Mine. Vectrex Mr. Boston on eBay. It's rare and nice even if not a 10 (cart label has spots) and is also also missing lots of components as compared to complete Mr. Boston. Missing Items: - No Box - No Box Insert. - No Manual. - No Overlay. - No Overlay Sleeve. Updated : eBay Auction -- Item Number: 281908024285 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mr-Boston-Vectrex-R-10-Holy-grail-very-rare-video-game-/281908024285" Item Price (2016-01-13): US $12,999.99 + Shipping Listing Title (2016-01-13): "Mr. Boston Vectrex R 10 Holy grail very rare video game - 1 of 5 known to exist!" Description Text (2016-01-13): "Item specifics Condition: Good: An item in used but good condition. May have minor damage to jewel case including scuffs or cracks, or to the item cover including scuffs, scratches, or cracks. The cover art and liner notes are included for a CD. VHS or DVD box is included. Video game instructions are included. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions Platform: Vectrex Extremely Rare Mr Boston Cart for the Vectrex. One of the true "Holy Grails" of the Video Game Collecting World. Last one sold several years ago for $3400.00 plus an additional rare item (So, about 4.5k). An msn article also describes a Mr. Boston sale of $7200. Only around 5 (or so) are known to exist, so this may be the last time we see this game up for auction. This game was given to an actual employee of Glenmore Distilleries in Louisville Kentucky as Christmas Bonus. Google "Mr. Boston World's rarest Video games" and you will see how rare it really is. Tested and working - see pictures. No box included. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to ask. My feedback is 100 percent. I do have another rarity seen in the pictures (but not included in this auction). The original Vectrex given to the same employee as a Christmas bonus. It says "Property of Glenmore Distilleries Company, Louisville, Kentucky." Please Inquire if you are interested. Other note... I bought this recently through a deal of a lifetime. Not going to sell for cheap--and not in a hurry to sell. One of the rarest and most sought after games by collectors. ALSO Interested in CASH +TRADE deals. Interested mostly in Very rare holy grail games. " Previous Listing of this cart by the same seller: eBay Item Link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mr-Boston-Vectrex-R-10-Holy-grail-very-rare-video-game-atari-nintendo-/281907195502 eBay User ID Link: http://www.ebay.com/usr/tcm-alternate Archive.org archive link of the listing as of 17:59 2016-01-12: http://web.archive.org/web/20160113015828/http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mr-Boston-Vectrex-R-10-Holy-grail-very-rare-video-game-atari-nintendo-/281907195502 Archive.is archive link of the listing as of 17:59 2016-01-12: http://archive.is/m2AHl Listed Price as of 17:59 2016-01-12: US $12,999.99 + shipping Listing Title as of 17:59 2016-01-12: "Mr. Boston Vectrex R 10 Holy grail very rare video game atari nintendo" Listing Text as of 17:59 2016-01-12: "Item specifics Condition: Good: An item in used but good condition. May have minor damage to jewel case including scuffs or cracks, or to the item cover including scuffs, scratches, or cracks. The cover art and liner notes are included for a CD. VHS or DVD box is included. Video game instructions are included. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions" Extremely Rare Mr Boston Cart for the Vectrex. One of the true "Holy Grails" of the Video Game Collecting World. Last one sold several years ago for $3400.00 plus an additional rare item (So, about 4k). An msn article also describes a Mr. Boston sale of $7200. Only around 5 (or so) are known to exist, so this may be the last time we see this game up for auction. This game was given to an actual employee of Glenmore Distilleries in Louisville Kentucky as Christmas Bonus. Google "Mr. Boston World's rarest Video games" and you will see how rare it really is. Tested and working - see pictures. No box included. I do have another rarity seen in the pictures (but not included in this auction). The original Vectrex given to the same employee as a Christmas bonus. It says "Property of Glenmore Distilleries Company, Louisville, Kentucky." Please Inquire if you are interested. Other note... I bought this recently through a deal of a lifetime. Not going to sell for cheap--and not in a hurry to sell. One of the rarest and most sought after games by collectors. ALSO Interested in CASH +TRADE deals. Interested mostly in Very rare NINTENDO or ATARI holy grail games." Related VGF thread: http://vectorgaming.proboards.com/thread/1552/boston-sale-on-ebay Related previous eBay listing of this exact cart by another seller (tradingpost01) http://www.ebay.com/itm/General-Consumer-Electrics-MR-BOSTON-Clean-Sweep-for-Vectrex-SUPER-RARE-L-K-/221913905536 . eBay Search Link: http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?&_nkw=Mr+Boston+%22Vectrex%22
  12. Below is a list of items I currently have a for sale. Auction listing numbers where appropriate. Check back often as I post updates to items for sale. I ship international. Feel free to make offers outside of ebay at any time. For those items listed on ebay please check to see if they have completed already. Space Frenzy. By John Dondzila. Classic Game Creations. Boxed Vectrex "Intellicart" cartridge Packaging. A modified Intellivision cart case packaging method John was using with his earlier vectrex cart sales. BIN $100 or see the auction link below. Pics: https://goo.gl/photos/iMbZFUV9hvL83AaK6 Vectrex "Intellicart" cartridge Packaging is modified Intellivision cart case packaging method John was using with his earlier vectrex cart sales. Later cart cases used by John featured Sean Kelly's excellent reproduction Vectrex cart shells. Any Vectrex carts sold in a Intellivision cart case considered rare. Moon Lander Clay Cowgill, with additional design and code by Christopher Salmon Reproduction Vectrex Cart Shell by Sean Kelly Boxed Packaging by Mark Shaker back when VectrexCarts.com was still around. Moon Lander is a Vectrex port of the 1979 vector classic "Lunar Lander" by Atari . BIN For the Vectrex video game system. BIN $150 or see the auction link below. Pics: https://goo.gl/photos/94YJ4B8Mdg6gFJLBA]https://goo.gl/photos/94YJ4B8Mdg6gFJLBA
  13. Which do you guys prefer, Make Offer or Free Shipping (in your country only)? Thoughts: Make Offer mostly doesn't work because sellers don't respond or reject all offers. For me, I set an auto-accept at 10-25% off to make it straightforward. Most of the time it works out to free shipping or a shipping discount. Only occasionally do I use it to gauge buyer's interest. It doesn't work that way for regular stuff. If you have only super desirable items or items of uncertain value, maybe that can help. But if you know the value of what you have, it's just not that useful. I think half of offers I actually get are for 50% off or more, which does me little good. Free Shipping means the seller pays the shipping. That results in a higher buy it now price, with shipping baked into the asking price. For example, if the average price of an item is $20 and shipping is $3, and you are comfortable paying average prices, would you rather see $23 with free shipping OR $20 (+$3 shipping)? I'm leaning towards just doing more free shipping and less Make Offers lately. I only occasionally do both. Mind you my average store price is less than $15, so the margins are slim after shipping. I don't use auctions too much anymore. The stuff I have to sell is too random for me to expect the right buyer to be looking at any given time. When I do auctions, I try to make the start price as low as I can stomach to bother packing up the item, since I probably want to be rid of it right away. That doesn't pertain to this thread though.
  14. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 131932211232 Hey, I'm currently selling a complete in box copy of Wall Ball for the 2600. The other complete copies on ebay currently are priced quite high so I hope that I started this auction at a more reasonable price. Thank you for checking out my auction!
  15. I have a few loose cartridges for NES/SNES up for sale on ebay, closing later today: NES: Baseball Stars Baseball Stars II Defender II Double Dragon III Milon's Secret Castle Super Spy Hunter SNES: BioMetal Mortal Kombat II Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island Gamecube: F-Zero GX (complete: case, manual, disc) Thanks for looking!
  16. http://www.ebay.com/sch/vanhalen909/m.html?item=252045534392&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
  17. One of the things that annoys me about eBay is the inconsistency across its client software: web, mobile web, Android, iOS. You can do some things in one but not another, sometimes getting the data you want, sometimes not. More and more items are being sold via the "Best Offer" option on fixed-price listings. However, unless you are actively "watching" these items, they do not show up when you do a search for completed, sold listings when you are using a web browser. And if you can locate them with an item number search, you will see only that a best offer was accepted without knowing what that number is. You can subscribe to Terapeak to find out the number, but I discovered a quick-and-dirty way to do the same. For example, a very nice CIB Vectrex 3D Imager (with a CIB 3D Crazy Coaster!) sold on August 10. It started as a $999.99 BIN with the "Best Offer" option. However, do a search for "vectrex imager" from your browser, then click the "Sold listings" check box. If you are in the US as I am, you should see four domestic listings (as of the writing of this post). The listing described above is not one of the four. (You can find it by doing a search for the item number. It's 271255820450.) However, if you use the eBay app for iOS, you get three listings, and the third is the listing in question. I think this is because the web presence digs back further in time for listings--but it also does not show listings that ended with an accepted best offer. Using the iOS app, you will see the accepted best offer price in the green "price tag" icon at the corner of the image after you flip the "Sold items" switch and return to the listings. However, if you click on the image to see the listing description, the price will revert back to the BIN price, $999.99 in this case. Something tells me this is a bug in the app. This trick works on the Android eBay app too. Oh, and the accepted best offer was $800. Very nice pickup for whomever got it.
  18. *UPDATE* Price Dropped! http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F321170794566%3FssPageName%3DSTRK%3AMESELX%3AIT%26_trksid%3Dp3984.m1555.l2649
  19. Just listed with 7 games. Item # 150960540200. Hopefully this link works.
  20. Bottle of Atari Water? Seriously, with eBay's free listings, the same auctions go up every 24-48 hours. I think this water has been on sale for over a year. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 161228200691
  21. I'm selling off a moderately sized lot of PC games that I came across when cleaing out my closet for a move. A friend pointed me to this forum for exposure. I hope someone here might be interested in them and give some feedback on the value of the lot. I priced it at $10 given there are nearly 30 games, but that might be too high. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 151325311962 Updated link to relisted item
  22. http://www.ebay.com/itm/TEXAS-INSTRUMENTS-TI-99-4A-PLEASE-READ-DETAILS-/201021426347 guy claims it's TI99/4a. could it be someones idea of a home brew memory card?
  23. I'm working on an article for my blog, and I'd like to include an image of what is probably shill bidding activity. I'm talking about an auction that has multiple, usually consecutive, bids by a user with zero feedback. The auction doesn't need to be ongoing, but I still need to be able to grab an image of the bid history. Thanks!
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