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How do you organize your collection and manage the various cables, controllers and oddly shaped carts? the 2600 has various different shaped carts, if you stack them you can't easily stack the Matel games. what are some of your setups for storing / displaying your games. Large stacks are a pain to take a game in the middle out and easily end up in a mess when doing sso. When it comes to controllers, the joysticks are rather large and won't fit in a standard ziplock bag and the paddle controllers can get a bit messy. Given that some controller are needed for some games you simply can's leave one controller in your system. How do you prevent the ugly rat's nest of controller cables / av cables and everything else. So give your suggestions, show some pics and help the whole community reduce clutter.
Here is everything. All game carts, They are alphabetically organized. Air-Sea Battle- Yars' Revenge Lower close-up of carts Upper close-up of carts Case, I have my controllers in here now. I use this to take a few games if I go somewhere and want to play some of my chosen games. My catalog/ list of games. It sais the Title, Release year, Rarity, Price (for which I bought it for), Rarity and date of purchase. Here is my entertainment center. Not organized haha. So, just tell us how you organize the stuff for you're 2600. I want better Ideas then the one I have. I want to see how you put you're collection together and if it is better than mine or somebody else's, We'll use you're strategy. Feel free to describe you're way or post pictures. Both would be awesome!
Hello, every one! I have found a neat trick to make old plastic pieces shine as though they are new. There's a product for automobiles called "Meguiar's Ultimate Quick Detailer" that is meant to be applied to the car's body after it has been washed. It's supposed to make the surface bead water away and make it easier to later apply car wax. So I have started using this stuff on the plastic pieces of the various game consoles I have worked on and it makes them look great! Some people have suggested using WD-40, but that's rather toxic and seems to evaporate after 4 or so weeks. Does any one know of any better tricks? Here's how my most recent Jaguar turned out: http://www.ebay.com/...984.m1555.l2649 Here's the car detailing product I currently use: http://www.amazon.co...r/dp/B000RXNLK6