This is one of my Light Sixers, I call her Stella since its easier. It's all original, all I did to it was clean, though it is near mint! She/it was made on July 28, 1979. I tried to take a piture of the backlit setup, but I just couldn't take a still picture of it.
The switches are beautiful and shiny, but the picture just doesn't capture it.
On top of it, is a Harmony cartridge, a cartridge that you program ROMS onto an SD card on your computer, and simply plug the SD card into the cartridge! I applied my own reproduction Jr. Pac-Man label.
Yup, a test version of Jungle Hunt. It is the complete version with all the sound effects and levels.
It is for sale, $200 shipped in side an electronic anti-static bag, inside of a Nintendo case, inside of a foam bag. It is pretty much frozen in time.
This is an early 1977 Atari joystick, it is very different compared next to a normal later joystick. I have 3 of these, for sale for $40 each. They are in very good shape.
I know nothing about the Suncom NES stick, you have to stick in your own NES controllr for it to work.
No box, but everything else is brand new. The console and adapters have never been taken out of their packaging (i/a) or used.
The power adapter was in the garage for cleaning at the time of this picture, I do have it and you will recieve it if you buy it.
It is for sale, $200 + shipping.
This is a factory testing Light Sixer console. It says "PROPERTY OF ATARI, INC. SUNNYVALE CA [zipcode]" on the bottom of the top case. It is currently in restoration and is for sale for $260 shipped with all cables, a game, and a joystick. More games extra.
2600 games. Wall Ball is for sale for $150 shipped, it's near mint. Ask for more pics.
Video Cube is $70 shipped.
Porky's, Cookie Monster Much, and Sorcerer's Apprentice are $10 shipped each or $25 shipped for all.