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  1. I briefly posted about these earlier, but a while ago I picked up laminated Intellivision game instructions. These are likely from an in-store display, possibly a playable station. Below are 4 teaser photos just to show what they overall look like and show the order that they arrived in (might be the original order or maybe someone re-ordered them). Yes, there might be 1 instruction card missing that went between Football and Chess, this is not definite. There will be a follow-up post today with each side digitally scanned so everyone can get a good close look at these. The posted ones will be at 150 dpi, but I can make 600 dpi copies available for individuals who want them (a 130MB download). If you take a close look at overlays, you will see that they are re-drawn versions of the original overlays we know and love. This likely optimized them for black-and-white printing. Interestingly, the Astrosmash overlay appears to what it would have looked like if the Meteor game had been fully included as original planned. Has any other image of the Astrosmash + Meteor overlay been uncovered before? A minor difference also spotted is that the Utopia overlay building image over the "2" button is missing its windows (viewable in the upcoming digital scans). I have not fully read or analyzed these yet. There likely are more differences so feel free to point them out (once I post all the detailed scans).
  2. Not Mine. For Auction The seller indicated they will also work with people to deliver internationally. But it won't be cheap or low cost. A heavy wooden crate would be required. The Bandai Demonstration machine setup itself already weighs about 35 Kgs (77 Lbs) without the crate. Count on at least double that weight in a crate. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Vintage-RARE-Japanese-BANDAI-VECTREX-DEMONSTRATION-MACHINE-Video-Console-Game-/291971474713 "Vintage RARE Japanese BANDAI VECTREX DEMONSTRATION MACHINE Video Console Game" "RARE Vintage Japanese BANDAI VECTREX DEMONSTRATION MACHINE Video Console. Made 1982. This is a shop display with full working Vectrex Video Machine housed in a display cabinet for demonstrating the Vectrex Machine in store. This model was manufactured specifically for the Japanese market. Fully working and comes with two game cartridges. "Mine Storm" and "Armor Attack". In great condition with only a few paint marks on right hand side of cabinet. Cabinet reads: "General Consumer Electronics Inc. 1982 Santa Monica, CA 90401". No key, but front is unlocked for easy access to change over games. Comes complete with electronic transformer to use on Australian power supply. Full unit measures 131cm tall. Game cabinet measures 57cm tall x 47.5cm wide x 45cm deep. Please click on the photos for a close-up. We deliver FREE to Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula and Melbourne surrounds. Please contact me with your postcode for delivery quote to other areas within Australia." #Vectrex #Japanese #StoreDisplay Archive URLS: archive.org: http://web.archive.org/web/20161218205023/http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Vintage-RARE-Japanese-BANDAI-VECTREX-DEMONSTRATION-MACHINE-Video-Console-Game-/291971474713? archive.is: http://archive.is/P1Epv Pic Links http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/fKEAAOSwJ7RYUJIz/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/b1cAAOSw44BYUI~u/s-l1600.jpg} http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/kjAAAOSwux5YUI~6/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/cLgAAOSw44BYUI~6/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/gksAAOSw-0xYUI6R/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/j0YAAOSw6DtYUI6Z/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/2TMAAOSw4GVYUJAB/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/gXAAAOSwo4pYUI6z/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/-~UAAOSwA3dYUI68/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/TZoAAOSw5cNYUJAW/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/iSQAAOSw-0xYUI7X/s-l1600.jpg] http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/lmcAAOSw6DtYUI7f/s-l1600.jpg]
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