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I don't see what's so holy about that piece of junk but that is of course personal, it's far from being a holy grail for me.
Too bad the seller has 0 feedback. :P Still that looks really awesome. I'm glad someone is into it enough to shell out the cash, I hope they take good care of it.
Yea... it's pretty much empty isn't it? I mean... sure it's kinda cool but .... hmm.. ah well... we each have our own holy grails I suppose ;)Originally Posted by SilverBolt
Someone please tell me what it is! The link won't open on my stupid computer :/
I agree to all auction Guidlines. Still.
i can't really understand how that thing can be some sort of "holy grail" to anyone... yeah, ok, to an Intellivision collector or something...
Personally I would call beta carts/disks of the 3 N64 Zeldas or maybe a finalized Commodore 65 "holy grails" but... that?
People like what they like.
@xdaniel, you answered your own question dude, so in fact you can/do understand. Of course this only appeals to an Intellivision collector, what the hell would anyone else want with it? Whenever something goes for a lot of money on ebay people always try to dis. it.
oh, and it's $1,675.00, not £1,675.00.
umm... yeah, you're right... If i'd see a C65 final model or a OoT beta on eBay, i'd do everything I can to get them, just like Intellivision collectors try to get that keyboard component thingy ^_^"
a bit O/T, does any of you guys have a clue what the Toshiba MSX Music keyboard (HX-MU901 or something like that) sells for? I have heard it was released in very limited numbers in Europe, I picked it up boxed with a HX-10 MSX machine for 15e but since I have no games or disk drive for the MSX I'm looking to sell the whole shebang one day...
What's a c65? the successor to the c64?
it was going to be it, but Commodore put the plug on it in 1992 afaik. Later, after Commodore went bankrupt, several prototypes - no exact numbers available i think, systems were in different stages of completion (sadly there is no known finalized system) - came on the market somehow and ended up in the hands of collectors...Originally Posted by Funkstar De Luxe
btw: one of these protos is just an early mainboard + keyboard mounted on a wooden board XD
:smt043 lol expect to pay 10x times in shipping... the thing is HEAVY. I had to drag it around in its giant box all day, it came in handy as a battering ram to clear my way thru the plebes :PI'll give you $30 for it right now!
Funny, I have a Yamaha MSX model that includes all sorts of music/MIDI functions - maybe it's similar to that dealie you have, Anti? The funny thing is, I can't get it to start on my TV - all I get it some rather odd snow or something. The channel indicator jiggles whenever the keys are pressed, so I don't think it's dead... I may have to start a new topic about this..
GSL...how did you get your MSX...were any released in the USA?...or is it from Europe or Japan?
Edit: Cuz I swear...none were released here...
Edit Again: Wouldn't having one shipped to USA cost exactly one arm and a leg?
Death to Bill and Ted!
Intellivision aint worth squat to me :P My personal holy grail is a PSO GD-R and ive found that (just need to save up for it) :butthead:
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I agree with everyone, Intellivision holy grail what? Usually holy grails aren't expensive, if anyone with money could just buy a holy grail, what kind of holy grail is that? Seiken Densetsu for FDS is a holy grail.
Any goodies on the PSO GD-R that you know of?