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  1. bow830

    Imagic Kiosk

    Does anyone know if they made a Pal version for the Imagic Kiosk? I have the opportunity to get my hands on a kiosk but he thinks maybe it could be a Pal version.
  2. The Bally Shrine was a web site run by Charles Taylor in the mid-to-late 1990s. Along with Lance Squire's Bally / Astrocade FAQ, The Bally Shrine is the first Astrocade-related website that I ever saw. It is quite difficult to find any references to this website, as it seems to have been gone since the early 2000s. I've uploaded a three-page print out of The Astrocade Sale/Trade web page to archive.org. The first page looks like this: This document was scanned from the Bob Fabris Collection. Of course, all of these items that are listed for sale are no longer available. Which is a true shame, as this was probably the last place where the Astrocade kiosk was sold brand new; they cost $100. This is the seldom-seen-except-in-pictures kiosk: Imagine getting this kiosk, brand new, for a hundred bucks?!? Charles was unable to get rid of all the kiosks; they took up too much space. I think he threw away the unsold kiosks. Curt Vendel build a homebrew Astrocade Kiosk that was displayed at the Philly Classic 3 in April 2002. You can read about that here: http://www.ballyalley.com/pics/hardware_pics/astrocade_kiosk/Homebrew_Astrocade_Kiosk/Homebrew_Astrocade_Kiosk.html It's strange that people claim that once something is added to the Internet that it is around forever, for The Bally Shrine website clearly shows that this isn't true. It's nice to be able to see this small portion of the website again, even if it is only a small detail of what was available there. You can download the printout of the website here: https://archive.org/details/TheBallyShrine1999AstroSaleTradeWebPage It's is both strange and cool to see this "website" again! Does anyone else remember The Bally Shrine website? Adam
  3. I found this in my console stacks yesterday. I've never seen a 4-switch Vader promo before. Especially one manufactured in Sunnyvale.
  4. Once again, not mine. I also view this kiosk more as a re-imagining of the Vectrex sale and demo kiosk (display stand) rather than a strict reproduction of the original kiosks. Still a nice build effort and detail nonetheless. GameGavel.com site item URL: www.gamegavel.com/item.cgi?show_item=0000941769 " repro Vectrex Kiosk #4 of 10 Item ID: 941769 Current Time: 5/4/2014 3:02:58 PM EDT Listed: Monday April 28, 2014 8:00 PM EDT Ending: Wednesday May 7, 2014 8:00 PM EDT Ends in Ends in 3d 4h 57m + Bid Information Quantity: 1 Available Buy Price: None Starting Bid: $250.00 Reserve Status: This item has no Reserve. Bid Increment: $3.00 Bids: (History) Current Bid: -- by -- Next Bid: $250.00 Listing Details you are bidding on a repro Vectrex Kiosk #4 of 10 this unit breaks down easy! will need to ship in 2 separate boxes one for the top and bottom boards and one for the lining. these sold for 400.00 item is used but in great shape still. Shipping In U.S. - $50.00 International - See Item Description NO Local Pickup Available. Your Seller Welcome! I'm Rick Weis, Gamer, Collector and President of the Portland Retro Gaming Expo. most of these items are from my collection and just looking to find them a good home! Thanks for checking out my auctions! rick63 (593) DigitalPress Member Rick Weis AtariAge Member Rick Weis NintendoAge Member Rick Weis Located in vancouver, WA Member Since May 10, 2008 View all listings by rick63 View eBay Feedback rick63 (1738) " Read more: http://vectorgaming.proboards.com/thread/984/repro-vectrex-kiosk-10-gamegavel#ixzz30mSY6alu
  5. Hello, A couple years back I posted about this kiosk and now I finally got around to getting a couple shots up. Its one giant, HEAVY mofo. Early 80's. Every part is still there down to the nuts and bolts, and still lights up! Its for the Atari 2600 and has the controls built right into the table like an arcade! Its in great condition, not mint. It has the typical wear of an in-store display and several moves from house to house. Tested and works, but it is currently unassembled because of its size. I assure you its all there. I am accepting offers if anyone is interested. Its local pickup only! Thanks
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