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    Default Got a Sears Video Arcade "Heavy Sixer" today

    No hookups or controllers but it came with Donkey Kong. Works great. Got it for a fiver.

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    Is this a find or are you asking a question? If it's a find there's a thread at the top of this forum. If you're asking what it's worth it's not worth much standalone without all of the hookups and controllers.
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    I know it's not worth much, but I thought it was cool. I've never come across one in the wild before. Lots of 4-switch 2600's but this is the first Telegames I've seen.

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    A Sears Big Sexy for $5 is a great deal any day of the week and twice on Tuesdays. Congrats

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    Sorry I re-edited my first post to say that it's not worth much without having all of the controllers and hookups. It's cool to find a rarer version of an Atari 2600 though.
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    I love how solid it feels. You don't see that anymore. It has some serious heft and that wood panel motif on the front is just incredible.

    One small problem with it though: When it's on there's this big purple bar down the left side of the screen.

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    Default Got a Sears Video Arcade "Heavy Sixer" today

    I've got one, the only heavy sixer I've found out of about 10 to 15 atari 2600 decks. I'm really impressed with it. Going to keep that and an Atari 2600 Jr. And the Atari 7800 with expansion slot.

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