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    Default FS: Big bunch of stuff! MVS Carts, 2-Slot Neo Geo Cab, Vintage computing, and more!

    Howdy all, got a lot of stuff I'm trying to move here. All prices are negotiable; shoot me a PM if you're interested in anything! I'm trying to grab a nice a record player, so I'm selling off some things. Prices do not include the cost of shipping.

    I live in the Los Angeles area, if you're nearby, local pickup is encouraged!

    First up, Neo Geo cabinet. It's a conversion cabinet, a dynamo. The monitor looks great, 27 inches. The right side of the cabinet had some scratches that have been filled in with wood putty, all it needs is a new coat of paint and nobody would ever know. Has a 2-slot mobo that works great, and I've installed a Universe Bios inside. For those that don't know what that is, it offers the ability to switch regions, input cheat codes, and perform some debugging. Also comes with four games, Metal Slug 3, Puzzle Bobble (bust-a-move), Samurai Shodown 2, and a partial King of Fighters 2001 (korean) kit. Cab has given me many fun times, and Metal Slug 3 is a blast every time I sit down to play it with a buddy.

    Take it off my hands for $400 including the games. The games are worth at least $100 alone, so the deal ain't none too shabby.
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    Up next, an Intellivision with intellivoice module. In very good condition, sans the left controller. The cord has been hot glued in place, the pictures show more detail. I also have a healthy selection of CIB Games, if you want any of these, I'd prefer to sell them all at once.
    Take the whole lot for $75, or the Intellivision and module for $25.
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    Next up, Atari 5200. This thing is in great shape, the atari strip is still bright, and is unscuffed. It's a 4-port model, comes with one controller, and has the stupid switchbox included.
    $35. Shipping for this thing is going to suck.
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    Loose sega master system. I never got a PSU for it, so it's just the loose console. I think I have a game I can throw in with this too. Console is in good shape.
    $20
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    Onto the vintage computing stuff!
    First up, an atari 1040STe. Little bit yellowed, but works like a dream. I have some random games on floppy you can get for free if you buy this. I can also throw in a home-made video cord for you if you need it, it does composite, monochrome (this mode works on standard vga monitors) and the regular color mode for those weird xvga monitors.
    $40
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    Next, a nice Commodore 64. This lot is pretty cool, I put a little bit of work into this machine. Has an s-video mod I wired up, and a reset button too. Unit comes with PSU, Floppy drive I recently refurbished, cassette drive, and 2 random touch pad things if you want them. Not pictured (but can be for interested parties) are loads of floppy based games, some have original instruction manuals. Handful of cartridges too, and even a monitor I can include for no extra charge. This thing is awesome, the perfect way to get into retro computing.
    $70
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    A little more niche, next is a Macintosh IIsi. Fun story with this one, it was getting thrown out of Cal Tech so I saved it from the dumpster. I never had a mac keyboard or mouse lying around to play Oregon Trail on it, but it boots up fine. 40mb Hard drive I believe, fully populated RAM, aftermarket video card, and I socketed the CPU and installed an overclocked one that's twice as fast as the original. I can include the stock CPU as well if you want to swap it in for any reason. Comes with weird mac video adapter to VGA.
    $35
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    This thing is really awesome, it's the best A/V switch I have ever used hands down. A Joytech js965c control center (what a mouthful). Does component, composite, s-video, audio, digital audio- and ethernet switching! It has 6 inputs on the back, with only the first three having ethernet ports, and first four with digital audio ports, and one additional aux input behind a front panel that does s-video and composite+ audio. The screen lets you program the names of the inputs, so you can easily know which input is which without having to mess around back. Comes with remote and PSU.
    $50
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    Scart to component adapter. Your games have never looked better than this. It's honestly a world of difference. Most consoles have RGB output, take advantage of it in America with this! Once you go RGB, you never go back. Only PSU I have is european, so use a step up adapter, or just get a generic power supply.
    $40
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    Step-up/down converter. I usually used this with aforementioned adapter. Works great, can provide up to 300 amps. Not going to blow out ever, this thing is rugged.
    $15
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    Now, something really special. I have these extremely unique and limited atari NES controllers, handmade by a member of the atariage forum several years ago. These things are stunning. Unit #5/40 is pictured, but I have two. The pictured unit has never been used. The controllers have been dyed black, not just painted, so they are black the whole way through. Custom embossed atari foil logos have been placed on the front and back, and they look great. Near the control pad is a white LED that lights up depending on button presses. The controllers end in the standard 9-pin socket, so they work on a large variety of things. I loved them for my C64 gaming, but they'll work on anything you can plug them into.
    $30 each.
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    Last up, a little wonderswan package. Wonderswan color I got in Japan for way too much money, a B&W wonderswan, and Gunpey, CIB. Wonderswan color has some scuffs on the screen.
    Take it all for $30.
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    Additionally, I have a funky triforce NES I made, it has some mods done, but was my first project ever so the paint and triforce cutout are not perfect. Random MSX games, a good bit of 2600 and 5200 carts, and an interesting german pong console I could never figure out how to work, some msx keyboard, lot of random stuff. If any of that sounds up your alley, pm me and I'll get pictures up.

    Phew, long post. Thanks for the read guys, please don't hesitate to send me a message if something interests you, I'm easy to work with.
    Last edited by Spazmonkey; 04-21-2012 at 01:40 AM.

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