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 on: Today at 02:12:12 PM 
Started by Elrinth - Last post by Hubz
We'd rather not compete with other people trying to preserve it do avoid a needless bidding war. Would you want to combine efforts?

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 on: Today at 05:17:02 AM 
Started by Elrinth - Last post by Elrinth
Depending on the amount (it's already a bit high), you've got competetion up to a point. I'm going to try and bid on this aswell. (I saw it first and have same intentions with it)
They just added screenshots, so it's pretty much legit giving myself a valid point to bid.

 3 
 on: Yesterday at 10:42:14 PM 
Started by petik1 - Last post by Mi5terDNA
Always love doing business with Senseiman.  Packing is always excellent, and I always look forward to its arrival!   Starman Starman Starman Starman Starman

 4 
 on: Yesterday at 07:38:42 PM 
Started by Elrinth - Last post by Hubz
A large group of us is working on acquiring donations for winning this and getting it dumped if anybody is interested please let me or togemet know. Thanks!

 5 
 on: Yesterday at 07:11:13 PM 
Started by boye - Last post by ericj
For what it's worth, if you're just replacing the belt and your drive already works, you can slip the new belt on without much disassembly and it will work the same as before the belt broke. All you have to do is remove one of the screws on the metal triangle part - the one closest to the motor, I believe, loosen the others, and slide the belt under.

 6 
 on: Yesterday at 04:54:21 PM 
Started by boye - Last post by adori_12
Hahaha, so it's actually a worse solution than the more common method? I thought it was the other way around   Undecided
Oh well, I'll look more into it and see if I can find something better, although I think you're better off following Famicomdisksystem.com's guide, or getting an already fully functional FDS...

 7 
 on: Yesterday at 06:49:13 AM 
Started by FamicomLad - Last post by L___E___T
 
 
 
 
They were:
Super Street Fighter 2X (CPS2 A+B JP board)
Vampire (CPS2)
Tekken 3 NIB (complete Namco distributed kit)
Ghouls N Ghosts (CPS1 US board mint)

Out of this batch the Ghouls N Ghosts was the best find because it was in immaculate original condition - hard to find as most of them apparently got converted to SF2 back in the day by swapping out the ROMs.

 8 
 on: Yesterday at 02:46:24 AM 
Started by FamicomLad - Last post by Yelir

 
 
 
I got several arcade games for 300 by a very generous friend.  I sold one for 150, the other for 300 and kept the remaining two, which are worth probably 350 in unison...

So I ended up gaining money out of this deal and getting two very desirable CPS2 arcade boards out of it as well, for free basically even after that.  Like I said, very generous!

The person that gave me these was and still is a legend to me.  Oh, I forgot there was a supergun (converts JAMMA signal to RGB scart) included with two controllers as well! 
But what were the games?  Bub

 9 
 on: May 22, 2019, 08:38:06 PM 
Started by Elrinth - Last post by Elrinth
It's real. It is a prototype for an unreleased game. It isn't actually anything Disk System related.
The developers just put the board into the FDS RAM case. This is quite a common practise and has been seen other times.

 how come this hasn't been dumped yet?

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 on: May 22, 2019, 08:36:22 PM 
Started by FamicomLad - Last post by L___E___T
 
 
 
 
I got several arcade games for 300 by a very generous friend.  I sold one for 150, the other for 300 and kept the remaining two, which are worth probably 350 in unison...

So I ended up gaining money out of this deal and getting two very desirable CPS2 arcade boards out of it as well, for free basically even after that.  Like I said, very generous!

The person that gave me these was and still is a legend to me.  Oh, I forgot there was a supergun (converts JAMMA signal to RGB scart) included with two controllers as well! 

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