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FS: Atari 2600 VCS 4K cartridge PCBs Printed Circuit Boards

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Up for sale today we have a surplus of 4K Atari cartridge PCBs ( Printed Circuit Boards) that can be used to either replace a faulty board / chip or to create your own cartridge, or perhaps you want to make yourself a custom keychain tag with these PCBs. These are being sold cleaned & tested, but the actual game(s) you receive are at random (so please don't ask for specific titles). We currently have over 450 in stock!

 

 

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Price:

 

50 for $10

 

or

 

100 for $15

 

PLUS shipping and handling: $10 $20 for U.S. , $40 for anywhere else in the world

 

 

 

thank you

 

 

Tim

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I totally forgot about the option of flat rate boxes. I will get back to you. Let me check out & research those boxes and rates and I will make a new reply.

 

Tim

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I need to get a medium size flat rate box and see if 100 PCBs will fit in it.

I should be able to get to the post office on Thursday or Friday.

 

Thank you,

 

Tim

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I just tossed like 200 of these the other day. Didn't think anyone would actually buy them. Shows how much I know..lol.. :dunce:

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I just tossed like 200 of these the other day. Didn't think anyone would actually buy them. Shows how much I know..lol.. :dunce:

That sucks!

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I've tossed them by the thousands over the years. Al's garage probably has a lot of these in it too, unless he tossed them as well.

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I need to get a medium size flat rate box and see if 100 PCBs will fit in it.

I should be able to get to the post office on Thursday or Friday.

 

Thank you,

 

Tim

 

Sorry about the hi-jack, a medium one will hold 44 full carts, or several hundred loose PCB's (depends on how clever you stack them). ;)

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I've tossed them by the thousands over the years. Al's garage probably has a lot of these in it too, unless he tossed them as well.

Where did you toss them? Maybe I can do a video about digging them up. Lol.

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Tim if you contact a gold recovery center they might buy them all in one go. Not for as much you might like but they will be gone in one shot.

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@Yoruk : yes, I still have a large number of these available. I will send you a private message.

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Got it, thanks !

 

By the way, how did you manage to get such an amount of PCBs ? 😲 It's incredible !

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Mean Santa, one of the homebrew games that I sell, is an 8K game. Alien Greed 4 is a 16K game. I utilize the cartridge shell of existing older common Atari 2600 cartridges.

I open them up and discard the PCB and insert a new PCB. I have not thrown the old PCBs away.

 

 

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On 5/3/2020 at 4:07 PM, timdu said:

Mean Santa, one of the homebrew games that I sell, is an 8K game. Alien Greed 4 is a 16K game. I utilize the cartridge shell of existing older common Atari 2600 cartridges.

I open them up and discard the PCB and insert a new PCB. I have not thrown the old PCBs away.

 

 

Do you still have PCBs for sale?

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