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Vintage Radio Shack Supplemental Software Catalog


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#1 Arenafoot

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Posted 09 March 2016 - 01:15 PM

http://www.ebay.com/...s-/111930016362

 

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"Circa Early 80s" ...... :pile:

 

In the early 80's, Radio Shack printed catalogs yearly with color pictures of their stuff. This catalog was "late 80's" (possible early 90's) when they were phasing out the software sold in their stores, and swtiching over to ordering the software thru their service called "Express Order". The inside pages have no color and have no pictures - just titles, basic description, RS part#, and price (no thrills).

 

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consoles I own: Atari 2600 Vader & Jr. (short rainbow) w/box, GCE Vectrex, Radio Shack CoCo2 (64k) w/box, Intellivision, NES, SNES, N64 (x3), Xbox (Halo Ed.), PS1 (x3), PS2 slim, Wii, Mattel HyperScan (x2) handhelds I own: Microvision w/box, Electronic Football (by Sears) w/box, Tomytronic Pac-Man w/ box, Entex PacMan2, Coleco Donkey Kong tabletop w/box (w/ Coleco "Perma-Power" Adapter), & all MGA Classic Arcade's and Jakk's Pacific/TV Games Plug-n-Play.


#2 RickR

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Posted 09 March 2016 - 01:23 PM

"Pegasus and the Phantom Riders" needs no pictures.  My imagination is illustrating that quite nicely. 


Edited by RickR, 09 March 2016 - 05:30 PM.

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#3 AlamoAtari

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Posted 09 March 2016 - 05:29 PM

After seeing some YouTube videos the last few days, I have become interested in vacuum tubes. I wonder what an Atari or other 70s gaming consoles would have been like. I guess you can thank Fallout series for this line of thought.




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