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As suggested by chas10e.

 

Post your parts needs here.  Missing a rubber boot from a 2600 joystick?  A salvaged joystick port?  A left handlebar grip from Atari Stunt Cycle?  A TI 99/4A motherboard?  A cartridge shell?  I'll bet someone here has it!

 

After all, what's better than taking spare parts and rescuing a broken console or controller and sparing it from the trash?  Nothing, that's what!

 

The rule is simple...post your needs, and if someone has the part...a fair price, trade, or even just donating is all good.  No price gouging please.

 

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I have a few I can list right off the bat:

Atari 5200 4 port system, untested.  $10 + shipping (which would be a lot, I'm afraid)
Atari 410 Tape Drive, damaged, untested, $5 + shipping
2x OEM Atari Joysticks with no rubber, $5 + shipping

AtGames Sega, missing power adapter, 1 controller $10+shipping

Sega Genesis Model 3, console only, $10+shipping

Nintendo DS Lite, Blue, not working, $5 + shipping

Tomy Digital Derby, not working, decent shape, $15 + shipping
Battery Cover for Coleco Donkey Kong tabletop $5 + shipping


I'm sure I have more when I dig through my stuff, prices are negotiable, trades are welcome. 

I would be interested in loose INTV II controllers in good shape if anyone has some they don't need. 


Great idea, guys. :)

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As suggested by chas10e.

 

Post your parts needs here.  Missing a rubber boot from a 2600 joystick?  A salvaged joystick port?  A left handlebar grip from Atari Stunt Cycle?  A TI 99/4A motherboard?  A cartridge shell?  I'll bet someone here has it!

 

 

I would think post offers as well ;) 

 

my kitchen table is pretty hammered or I would have snapped a pic of that Stunt Cycle shell .... the reason I hadn't cleared off table is I just noticed the handlebars on my spare Stunt cycle isn't 100% , it was dissassembled incorrectly by a previous owner but can still be repaired ( as opposed to totally missing)

 

 

@RickR:  You wouldn't happen to have a model 1 Genesis AC Adapter would you?  Also, what's wrong with the 410?

one of the many thing on my kitchen table is a working Model 1 sega /CD with both bricks 

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