View Full Version : UPDATE #4 - For sale, some of my random booty!
04-16-2004, 12:51 AM
Here is some of my crap for sale! Open to all offers, my set prices are suggestions. I ship everywhere and accept PayPal. Perhaps more things to come!
Working Japanese Toshiba COLOR Notebook Computer
(486DX/33mhz, 16MiB RAM (8Mb removeable, VERY NIFTY!)
Sadly there is NO Hard drive/caddy! Comes with original PSU, 28.8k PCMCIA modem and dongle-less PCMCIA Ethernet card. Floppy is a bit tempermental but works just fine. Will include a bonus laptop floppy drive which I think can be fitted into this notebook. ASKING for $20 + s/h to partially compensate for me buying all this crap :\
Linksys ethernet & unmarked 56k Modem.
Both are PCI and working... $10? Pleeeaase
BROKEN PC-Engine DUO, CD-ROM has issues! HuCards play just fine though.. The console itself is in horrid condition (bought from Hong Kong.. cough) this is best for parts only! It comes completely
loose, so loose its screwless. Offers anyone? Do I hear $60? (What I'm out for it.. hah)
Working Super Nintendo. The console is completely loose, I got this recently off a friend, its got a few scratches but if someone's interested, I can see what I can do to restore condition. $10? $15?
Working boxed Japanese Mega Drive (1). Its boxed, its working... Good condition, not mint but definately not bad. It is an authentic Mega Drive, not the all popular Asian region so.. um cheers to that. It comes with an original controller, composite cable and a bootleg Mega Drive AC adapter that looks officialish. The console's flaw is it's tempermental AV port, sometimes it refuses to give a picture... I'm not sure whats up with it. I can look into this if someones interested. $35, $40? Whats it worth to you?
Japanese (not Asian!) Mega Drive games:
Both complete, near-mint/mint depending on your scale. Manuals have slight creases etc...
$10 Alex Kidd "in the Enchanted Castle"
$10 Osomatsu Kun Hachamecha Gekijou
or $15 for both! (Both are launch games.)
04-16-2004, 04:08 PM
Bump and pictures available on request.
04-16-2004, 05:37 PM
I've a definate interest in the SNES (Pal? NTSC?) and would like a pic of it, and could I also get a pic of the Duo? I'm a little dense as I just got up, so were you really serious about the $60?
04-17-2004, 02:37 AM
Sure, I'll get pics tommarow, what can I say its just a SNES :) Also forgot to add it is NTSC (thus requires an official SNES power supply.) Unfortunately I am serious about the DUO, everything is as its said. Please make an offer if you're teetering on interest.
04-17-2004, 06:05 AM
As much as I'd love a Duo, from the condition you described it in, I think I'll just hold out for one off of eBay or something... one day.
However, being that your SNES is NTSC (I'm in the US, by the by) I'm even more interested in that. I'm sure I've got a power supply lying around. Any controllers with it? They are fairly common here, but I thought I'd ask. Only thing that will really turn me off is if it's that ugly yellowed color like so many of the SNES units I see in Gamestop and such.
04-18-2004, 01:10 PM
The controller ports of the system appear to be in the process of yellowing, but when I rub it with alcohol itís coming off... Other than that there is a magic marker line near the Reset button which I think I can take off. If you want I can clean the console thoroughly inside and out, clean the contacts etc. Just until earlier this year I had a replacement front controller port that I could have exchanged these with.
Also sorry, no controllers. If you don't like Nintendo's proprietary connector you can replace it with a standard jack from a Genesis/NES or whatever you can gut too. I'd offer to do this but I don't have any connectors I can part with.
04-18-2004, 01:18 PM
Added: Super Famicom System
NTSC, good condition, no yellowing. Comes with 1 original SFC (short ass) controller and original composite (3 RCA) cable. Sorry, the console is boxless and does not contain a power supply. Its only flaw is a bizzare circular scratching above the Nintendo logo, it appears to be a smudge until you look at it in at a different angle. I overpaid $50, any offers? I'd like at least $30, I think its worth that.
04-18-2004, 01:23 PM
And about the DUO, make me an offer thats reasonable to you, $30 would be considered even. I bought a like-new broken DUO in Japan for $10 so one sort of makes up for the other :) Another thing to consider with the DUO is it uses an impossible to get really fat connector for its power supply. Also forgot to mention it is missing its HuCard slot cover! XD this is really messed :\
04-18-2004, 02:12 PM
Alright, strike the SNES - I am down for that Super Famicom, and I'll give you $35 plus shipping for it. I'd been looking into a Nintendo 16-bit and preferred a SFC, but wasn't going to pass up your SNES offer, but now that you're offering this, I can't resist.
As for the Duo, I'm really torn. I'd love a Duo, but it sounds like that one is in rather sad shape. Nevertheless, I can snag the SFC from you now and the Duo, if you still have it, when tax returns come in (funds getting a bit short) - I'll see what sort of working shape I could get it in, but it's not a high priority with that SFC.
04-20-2004, 05:51 AM
Bump and forgot to leave contact info - PM me or greatsaintlouis at hotmail dot com.
04-20-2004, 02:34 PM
Alright, I'll clean the SFC up, take pics, and contact you when I get home.
Genesis System (1st model)
Fully working, loose, good condition. Modified for Japanese game use. $15
Genesis System #2 (1st model)
Fully working, loose, good condition. $15
If buyer wants I can throw in the Mega Drive's working but dangerous looking 3rd-party/bootleg power supply. It clearly states that its 220v but it works great in my 120 something volt household, it outputs a steady 14v, high but nothing the Genesis can't regulate.
04-20-2004, 03:49 PM
it outputs a steady 14v, high but nothing the Genesis can't regulate.
odd, I also have a 3rd party MD PSU and I was startled to discover it outputs 14v! My MD, SNES backup unit, MCD and GameGear all work with it though...
04-20-2004, 08:43 PM
Yup, after 10 years it seems all adapters output up to 50% more. At about 18v or so, thats when the average 7805 voltage regulator (inside all consoles) starts burning up.
I have another few things to add:
God aweful Famicom case
This is a thing to see, I presume it was made to hold your Famicom and a few games, or a FDS and a bunch of disks. Its in horrid condition, it has rust and other crap. I'd love to get rid of this thing sitting in my room. Pics available on request. Its rare indeed but its so ugly, and it was free. $10. I really don't want to ship this seperately though, please buy something with it :)
I'm also considering selling my complete Mega Drive 2 that I acquired today, I was told it was new, its very not.
Emulator Z for PSX
Some shoddy emulator for GB, GG, SMS and PCE (or so it claims)
You can burn "ROM"s to a CD and play them on your PSX with this. Please not that this is the shittiest HK device I've ever seen. It runs monochrome GB games quite well, although slowly and without sound. GG/SMS hardly work and I haven't gotten a PCE game to load at all. Its like new, has some wear from sitting on my floor for 2-3 years. $6
FFE Super Magicom SMS-3201 SFC/SNES "backup device"
This is one of the first SNES backup devices or copiers. The unit is loose and in really bad condition, bad for collectors, great for enthusiasts. It contains no RAM so that you may keep your intentions legal :p This can be used to backup LoROM (~75% of all Japanese titles, 85%+ of US) games (and with some modification HiROM games too!) straight to your computer to so you can play games on emulators legally. Offers?
04-20-2004, 10:50 PM
Now also for sale is a complete Mega Drive 2. This is the official "ASIAN" version (Japanese with PAL video) great for UK importers... good condition, not perfect but highly working. $75 pleeeeaaase. I can send it to Europe for under $100!
05-01-2004, 01:46 AM
Bump and sorry I never sent the pics GSL, will make time!
05-01-2004, 09:10 PM
Mega Drive 1 also has manual which didn't get into the picture. Pocket Monsters Yellow/Silver both for $15. bumpage
05-06-2004, 09:33 PM
05-15-2004, 06:29 PM
Bump, prices changed. Discounts available for big spenders :D
SFC Super Mario World (Brand new!) - $20
SFC System (used, composite + 1 pad included, 7/10 condition) - $40
SNES System (used, loose, 6/10 condition) - $15
MD System (used, box + composite + 1 pad + power included, 7/10 condition) - $45
GEN System (used, modded for JP region 7/10 condition) - $15
N64 System (used, composite + power included, no pad!, 8/10 condition) - $25
(bonus - free working system without jumper pak and power)
PCE DUO System (used, loose, CDROM broken, ugly, 1/10 condition) - $45
MD2 "Asian" System (used, broken?, PAL, complete, 7/10 condition) - $40
Buy over $50 get free ugly Famicom case.
GET EVERYTHING FOR $185!
05-31-2004, 02:22 PM
bump, everything for $150? Some people have shown interest in many items but no one has been serious.
05-31-2004, 04:11 PM
Ack, sorry Kyuusaku, I kept forgetting to get back to you. I'm going to have to skip on the SFC for now, mainly on accounts of funds being low, but also because I found a budget SNES, and with a little work with some pliers I had my import solution right there. I just thought I should let you know the situation so you didn't think I just flaked out on you.
However, if you haven't sold it by the time I have a steady cashflow, I'd consider seeing how bad this PCE Duo really is... But yeah, sorry for not contacting you sooner. :smt009
05-31-2004, 07:47 PM
GSL: good choice - Super Famicoms won't work off a US SNES PSU - the connector is completely different!
Kyuusaku: what would postage be on the Duo to the uk?
05-31-2004, 11:33 PM
Retro, I'd assume around $15-20 by airmail. I couldn't imagine that this is worth your money, unless you're looking for a extreme fixer-upper. You know that the DUO uses a different power supply alltogether also? The center pole is very large, much like a notebook computer. You can however hardwire a 9-12vDC power supply in with at least 1A. LMK if you're truely interested, thanks.
05-31-2004, 11:44 PM
PS: I'd really love to get rid of this stuff in a bundle. I'm moving and could definately do without these things. I'm willing to trade the lot too for less than or equal value, depending on my interest of the item. I'd trade for a backup device or two, 10+ japanese 3do/psx/saturn/megacd games, a 200gb hard drive, an Amiga 1200. I'm open to other items too, trade your crap for mine.
06-01-2004, 09:21 AM
PS: I'd really love to get rid of this stuff in a bundle. I'm moving and could definately do without these things. I'm willing to trade the lot too for less than or equal value, depending on my interest of the item. I'd trade for a backup device or two, 10+ japanese 3do/psx/saturn/megacd games, a 200gb hard drive, an Amiga 1200 . I'm open to other items too, trade your crap for mine.
Nggaaaaaahhhh! Shouldnt have sold mine lately :smt022
(I see em very often here in Holland if you want me to track one down)
06-01-2004, 10:46 AM
I wouldn't like for anyone to go out of their way :) I'd like to do this thing pretty quickly but if you can get a new A1200 that'd be awesome, even though that'd defeat the purpose of calling it crap :D
06-01-2004, 12:09 PM
how much do you think shipping to the UK would be for the N64 (if you could can you find out how much it would be with and without the spare system, as if its going to crank up postage too much i dont want it). I assume it is a US NTSC system. If needed i have ebay feedback which you can check.
EDIT: do you know if a UK N64 power supply would work with it?
06-01-2004, 02:43 PM
I'm really not sure about the postage of the N64, I'd assume US$15-20. Yes they're U/C systems, I don't know why it wouldn't work with a european N64 power supply, I believe that they are identical. You realize that there are two systems right? All you'd need on the second is a Jumper Pak and power supply.
06-01-2004, 04:32 PM
yup, sorry, that post didnt make much sense, i was really just thinking aloud to myself, that if the second n64 wasnt included then perhaps the shipping would be cheaper.
06-01-2004, 04:48 PM
It probably would make it a few dollars cheaper, less than 5 I'd guess.
06-01-2004, 05:04 PM
Hmm, well I can get the PSU... but ouch its £30!
Yeah was thinking as an extreme fixer upper.... Hmm what do u think?
06-02-2004, 03:05 PM
I don't understand what you're asking. You can buy a PSU for £30? I don't think $45 + £30 = good deal personally, if you're talking about buying my 64s. Right now the_steadster has dibs :)
06-02-2004, 05:14 PM
I meant a DUO PSU for £30 :P
I have N64s coming out my ears, thanks ;)
06-02-2004, 06:52 PM
yup, i don't need a psu for the n64's, i was just checking the UK PSU i have for my UK N64 would work
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