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Brand New Atari 2600 Cartridge Shells-For Sale

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If anyone has any need or interest in them I have brand new Atari 2600 shells for sale. Great replicas of the original and no re-designing was done to cut costs. They snap and screw together like the original and come with the dust cover.



Colors:


Black



Price:


1 Shell $6.99 shipped


10 Shells $45.00 shipped


50 Shells $212.50 shipped


100 Shells $350 shipped



Can order through my website WWW.MortoffGames.Com or you can message me and I can send you a Pay-Pal invoice to pay.


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I'm curious why you didn't go with 7800 shells instead? Could have had a much wider interest that way. You would have been covering 2 markets at the same time with one product.

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...sans the two completely unnecessary cut outs toward the edge connector of course. I hate, hate, hate 7800 shells for this reason. Exposed adhesive promotes peeling, collects dust, lint and hair and if you're a fat fingered clod, end up with divets or punctures before long. :mad:

 

Your new 2600 shells look awesome by the way! Would be nice if the homebrews here included them. :love:

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...sans the two completely unnecessary cut outs toward the edge connector of course. I hate, hate, hate 7800 shells for this reason. Exposed adhesive promotes peeling, collects dust, lint and hair and if you're a fat fingered clod, end up with divets or punctures before long. :mad:

 

Same, I'm not a big fan of the 7800 shells at all for that very reason. Plus, they are more brittle than 2600 shells, and Atari continued to use molds even after they had developed cracks and other imperfections, so many of the carts have surface defects where you apply the main label.

 

..Al

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Same, I'm not a big fan of the 7800 shells at all for that very reason. Plus, they are more brittle than 2600 shells, and Atari continued to use molds even after they had developed cracks and other imperfections, so many of the carts have surface defects where you apply the main label.

 

..Al

 

A redesign with no cut outs from the cart face would be far better for sure. The VGWIZ shells of old where not a perfect solution but his design was a lot better than that of Atari.

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I am a purist and re-made the Atari 2600 shells as designed. I have Atari 5200 shells coming next and if people need them I can have Atari 7200 shells made as well.

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I am a purist and re-made the Atari 2600 shells as designed. I have Atari 5200 shells coming next and if people need them I can have Atari 7200 shells made as well.

 

7800 shells would be warmly welcomed by many including myself.

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Are any clear shells going to made? I'm sure there would be a pretty big market for them.

 

I'd really love to rehouse my Harmony cart in one for starters. :cool:

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