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  1. So, I'm really kind of sick of Ebay, and want to cut them off {or more precisely, be willing to not care if I tick them off or violate one of there rules and get myself suspended or de-registered or whatever it is they do to bad guys}. BUT, where else can I realistically get something like an AdventureVision or some other obscure thing or system that I don't even know I must have yet? I'd like to think this site could be a place, but it sure seems hit or miss, and the wait to catch harder to find items {like a REAL Eli's Ladder perhaps } might be prohibitive. Goodwill's sight seems to be a total fail. Etsy shows minimal promise. Craiglist - doubtful. But, beyond that, I run dry. I even think I may finally be willing to sign up for Facebook if that site offers real promise as an alternative. I sure would like to hear if there is/are some place(s) that I'm missing, because I sure would like to be ready and/or willing to cut ties entirely from their platform real soon. And, I'm sure tired of playing nice in many aspects over there. Regards all.
  2. I am selling an official Nintendo Retail Resource Binder on Ebay. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 254650971381 eBay Seller: Supercell17 It looks to be the 2008 edition that would have been in a Walmart Electronics Department. A few pages mention products from 2006. The binder features information on the following systems: Nintendo Wii Nintendo DS Also has lists of games and acessories. There is also store return information and information regarding Nintendo CyberScholar, Nintendo Power, and My Nintendo. There is also a licensee software index. It is in good condition. The outside has a few scuffs - mainly on the corners. The pages on the inside are in very good condition.
  3. This has been sold,please delete
  4. This guy (with a rating of 100%) from the UK wants over 100$ for what he claims to be a heavy sixer, but after 10 seconds of looking at the thing you can obviously see it's an ordinairy one. ​1. the power brick is for a later VCS 2. the joysticks have TOP written on them ​3. the edge on the sides of the atari is thin ​Now it also happens to miss the bottom label and a picture of the front of the machine was never taken. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-2600-Woody-Heavy-Sixer-Console-Un-tested-Rare-Retro-Vintage-/282436802067?hash=item41c28b9613:g:Y8YAAOSwE0JY9SSM Am i overanalysing this or does anyone else think that this is, well... odd? This seller must clearly know that there's a difference between the two since it's been listed as a heavy sixer specifically ​But it's probably just poor research or something.
  5. My bad... I thought he had an intellivision game shoved in that 7800
  6. So, I know all is fair in love and war, and hopefully something better will come along. However, my heart was crushed yesterday evening. I have a Wico 5200 joystick. I never had a Y-cable, so I made a keypad out of an old Radio Shack membrane keypad. It works well, but I would like to have a nice pair. I recently saw a Wico stick, with the Wico pad, on ebay. It was mint, and it even had the box. I kept telling myself I didn't need to spend any money, and I would watch. The seller would auction for a week, drop the price $5, and relist for another week. After three weeks of watching, there were ZERO bids. I finally decided that I'd never find another setup like that again. With only 3-hours left, I made my bid. Sure enough, somebody outbid me with an hour or so left. NOBODY HAD BID ON IT IN 3 weeks. They were just waiting to break my heart!!! I upped my bid, and they outbid me at the last minute. Kind of bummed. I know I am feeling more personal about it than it is. My initial reaction is to think they did it maliciously, just so I couldn't have it. I suppose they were just watching it too. Anyway, is anybody selling a working Wico 5200 with a y-adapter or keypad? Thanks, D
  7. I've listed some homebrews / unreleased prototypes on ebay. 18 unique auctions, will combine shipping: http://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_odkw=&_ssn=riffraffgames&_armrs=1&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2046732.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.X2600+hb.TRS0&_nkw=2600+hb&_sacat=0 Auctions have been completed - thank you very much to everyone who made bids!
  8. Just a heads-up to everyone who may not already be aware….Here is the email I received yesterday: IMPORTANT: PASSWORD UPDATE Dear eBay Member, To help ensure customers' trust and security on eBay, I am asking all eBay users to change their passwords. Here's why: Recently, our company discovered a cyberattack on our corporate information network. This attack compromised a database containing eBay user passwords. What's important for you to know: We have no evidence that your financial information was accessed or compromised. And your password was encrypted. What I ask of you: Go to eBay and change your password. Changing your password may be inconvenient. I realize that. We are doing everything we can to protect your data and changing your password is an extra precautionary step, in addition to the other security measures we have in place. If you have only visited eBay as a guest user, we do not have a password on file.If you used the same eBay password on any other site, I encourage you to change your password on those sites too. And if you are a PayPal user, we have no evidence that this attack affected your PayPal account or any PayPal financial information, which is encrypted and stored on a separate secure network. Here are other steps we are taking: As always, we have strong protections in place for both buyers and sellers in the event of any unauthorized activity on your account. We are applying additional security to protect our customers. We are working with law enforcement and leading security experts to aggressively investigate the matter. Here's what we know: This attack occurred between late February and early March and resulted in unauthorized access to a database of eBay users that includes customers' name, encrypted password, email address, physical address, phone number and date of birth. However, the file did not contain financial information. And, after conducting extensive testing and analysis of our systems, we have no evidence that any customer financial or credit card information was involved. We also have no indication of a significant spike in fraudulent activity on our site. We apologize for any inconvenience or concern that this situation may cause you. As a global marketplace, nothing is more important to eBay than the security and trust of our customers. We know our customers have high expectations of us, and we are committed to ensuring a safe and secure online experience for you on any connected device. Devin Wenig President, eBay Marketplaces
  9. I've got a couple of 3do games for auction on eBay if anybody wants to check them out: Lemmings http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=324188680806&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111 Dragon's Lair - <SOLD> http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=324188677466&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111
  10. https://www.ebay.com/sch/vanhalen909/m.html?item=252864346410&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
  11. I gave mine away as part of Secret Santa 2016. Didn't know they were going for almost $1,000!!! (though it hasn't sold). https://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-Intellicart-for-Intellivision-Original-numbered-cartridge-VERY-RARE/152906980682?hash=item2399f75d4a:g:SWoAAOSwsfpZ3nHH I am not good at this "collecting" stuff. Sold my signed, #1 Philly Classic 4-Tris for a song and I gave away my Intellicart. If my wife finds out the fortunes Iam passing up she will kill me.
  12. i'm looking for an atari 2600 online, but i can't find anything for under 100 or 1000 dollars! are people really that greedy? is it a joke? they might as well not sell it! no one is going to pay more than 30-35$ for an atari 2600! (that's what it's actually worth) seriously! why is everything so overpriced when it comes to cheap consoles? can anyone please post me a link to where i can buy an atari 2600 forit's retail value ($15-$35) and can ship to canada, the land of beavers, hockey, and maple syrup? please. i'm desperate to play some star raiders.
  13. Saw this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/99-4A-command-Module-Internal-Board-Prototype-Texas-Instruments-CB-Wilson-Estate/193901361471?hash=item2d256bf93f:g:Z98AAOSw-XBgLwXX Apparently came from the estate of CB Wilson, who my Dad recalled as a very good engineer. It looks like a command module to me (although I've never pulled apart a sidecar either.) Might be interesting.
  14. So I ordered a GB boy colour from one of the many chinese sellers at eBay. I waited 4 weeks to receive it and when it shows up it's actually the GB boy classic (the crappy B&W one). I contact the seller telling him he sent the wrong item so please advise (btw the listing indicates buyer pays for shipping back). He proposed to refund me half the price and keep the item, he cited a supplier mishap as the culprit. I stated that he has to refund fully and that if he wants the wrong item back he should be paying the cost of shipping as they confirmed it's their mistakes. Well I receive a "order cancel" notification from eBay and obviously a full refund so why do I even open a thread? It turns out that I cannot leave any feedback to the seller as "order cancelled" literally reverts the transaction as if it never happened (I can't even see it in my purchase history). Does this little trick opens the door to sellers to "hide" some of their misdeeds? The only part that upset me a little was the "offer" to buy the wrong item at basically half price of the wanted item ..... which makes no sense to me, it seems more of a way to push unwanted inventory around at a discount, I can't even know for sure if it was done "purposefully" or really a mistake. If he proposed right away a refund I would have left positive feedback anyway, with that intermediate half-assed proposal, not so much anymore! But I won't even have the chance now. What do you think?
  15. I am selling some of the duplicate Famicom carts I have. These have all been cleaned, tested, and working. Very nice collection of games in good condition! http://ebay.to/2m12sXT
  16. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 252297981634
  17. Just wanted to get some feedback on your feelings about posting links to live eBay auction listings for desirable items. On the one hand, you are sharing information that is not useful to you but may be useful to another member. On the other, you are sharing information that some would want to keep under wraps because they will have more competition (e.g. you point out a super rare hidden among a lot of commons). What I've learned is that most people are okay with sharing unless it affects them! But is that the best we can do?
  18. http://www.ebay.com/sch/paddlefeet/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= Atari Items! I am a pro at 1450 feedback, and still loving it. I am disabled, and don't work a traditional job. That is not a ploy for sympathy, but to tell you I have time on my hands..I believe that if I stop moving forward, or making goals for myself, then I can hit a rut letting depression in. Same for most people. This makes constructive with my time, also available for any questions, or mail packages. I always provide a quick answer. Atari is my hobby. Has been life long. I can use these skills to earn "extra", honest money to improve my situation. It takes many hours to manage auctions from start to finish, I love it. I truly enjoy cleaning, testing, and playing with everything I get in. I devote my attention to every item I sell. I love give these things a new life, with someone who will preserve it for more years to come. It saddens me that these things sit in attics, or basements all this time. I liberate it. I hope to sell memories, and happiness. It isn't all about the money, it is about occupying my time, doing something I am fond of, while earning a fair amount of money. Money always much needed, and appreciated. I have dozens of Atari items, and games in very good shape. More stuff added frequently. Can't find what you are looking for, drop me a line. Thanks!
  19. If it actually sells, that is. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=221357006206 News media sites have been reporting the auction all across the internet, including big mainstream sites such as aol and yahoo. Bidding is skyrocketed past 90k now...
  20. I have an Indus GT floppy drive for sale. It's in fantastic shape. It's been in storage (inside a ziploc bag) for about the past 10 years. I don't have any Atari floppies to test with, but it does power up and seek to track 39 after the self test. I'm only guaranteeing against DOA, but I'll be really surprised if it doesn't work. I looked around and I can't find another for sale on the internet. Not saying there aren't some, I just couldn't find any in a quick look around with google.. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 301055276718 I hate to give it up, but it's been in storage for so long, it's unrealistic to think I'll get around to it. In far more mundane news, I also have an auction for a 130 XE with 1050 that are also iin equally excellent condition. eBay Auction -- Item Number: 301055289614
  21. I have started programming using Batari. I decided I need to get a Harmony cartridge so that I can test my games on a real VCS. Whilst hunting on ebay, I saw the following:- http://www.ebay.co.u...sd=262985404875 The menu looks the same (minus the Harmony logo). I cannot find any information about these anywhere. Plus the tech specs seems to be the same too:- Specifics: 2600 Ninja Drive MicroSD/SDHC version NXP 70MHz ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller 8KB SRAM, 32KB Flash, and 512KB EEPROM 7MHz SPI bus controller Micro USB FTD232 serial interface Supports FAT32/16/12 with Windows Long Filenames (LFN) Bankswitching types supported: 2K, 4K, F8, F8SC, F6, F6SC, F4, F4SC, FA, FE, 3E, 3F, E0, E7, CV, UA, Supercharger, DPC, 0840, Custom Specs from the Harmony instruction manual page 9 - (http://harmony.atariage.com/files/harmony_manual_v2_online.pdf) Harmony Cartridge Technical Specifications Processor: NXP 70MHz ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller Memory: 8KB SRAM, 32KB Flash, and 512KB EEPROM SD Card Interface: 7MHz SPI bus controller USB: FTD232 serial interface Filesystems supported: FAT32/16/12 with Windows Long Filenames (LFN) Bankswitching types supported: 2K, 4K, F8, F8SC, F6, F6SC, F4, F4SC, FA, FE, 3E, 3F, E0, E7, CV, UA, Supercharger, DPC, 0840, Custom The specs are the same, even the order that they are listed. At the guys at Atariage okay with this? Or is this a legit Harmony competitor worth considering? Or should I just stick with the Harmony cart?
  22. I've been tinkering around for the first time on eBay for years, mostly to get a handle on what stuff is going for nowdays and am surprised at some of the price spikes certain items are seeing. Of course, I am always wondering if shill bidding might be involved and how much of this stuff is going overseas to foriegn bidders with deep pockets. As such, I always take values on eBay with a grain of salt as the old saying goes. Really, I quit eBay years back when they went paypal only. When it comes to eBay and auctions in general, I guess you could say I don't like them. I'd rather buy an item straight out rather than have to deal with ePay erm, eBay in any way. Yes, it can give you some idea on the value of a piece, but remember, IT IS AN AUCTION! There are always those nuts out there that go overboard on bidding and of course the whole bidding war thing. I am ok with someone basing some price ideas on eBay as long as they are willing to work with me and be fair about things. I suppose my opinions come somewhat out of being stung over the years. It seems if I want an item, the prices go sky-high, but if I try to sell an item, I basically get raped. That is a good description of the 6 antique radios I auctioned off at a local auction house a while back. First batch of stuff I took up made nearly $200.. cool. I took even nicer radios up last time and made... $40! $200 invested in that stuff over time, got $40 back out of it. So, that ended me with auctions again. I expected to take some loss on the radios, but not that bad! All I am saying is: We all need to take prices on eBay with a grain of salt, whether we are buying or selling items. I've seen both the good side and the dark side of eBay and how it can come back to really bite you in the arse!
  23. I've got a 3do game for auction on eBay if anybody wants to check them out: Lemmings http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=324188680806&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111
  24. Not too long ago I didn't even own a heavy sixer. First I found my keeper and then quickly stumbled across two more. One I bought for the sears controllers it came with (my keeper is a tele-games) and the other I found on craigslist and grabbed for the CX-10's. I'm selling one of the two here (buyers choice) along with a pair of original CX-10's, Paddles, driving controllers and a few games. Auction started at 99 cents with no reserve and free shipping! eBay Auction -- Item Number: 301710555850
  25. I am selling my Atari 400 computer and Atari 410 Cassette Writer. They can be seen here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-400-Vintage-Computer-and-410-Cassette-Read-Writer-/221955724720?hash=item33ad9795b0:g:ITMAAOSwNphWXLvH -ArdsleyTank
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