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BippyM 09 July 2007 23:13

Ebay Links
 
Posting of eBay links:
  • Please post ALL eBay links in this thread
  • Please include useful information with the link (i.e. what the item for sale is, price, country etc.)
  • Any posts with just an eBay link or link with e.g. "look at this cool item for sale" will be deleted.
  • Multiple eBay posts outside of the EBay links thread is no longer allowed.

Below are a list of ebay shops posted :)

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Electronic Projects Online

Gizmos Computer Collectables Plus

Eclipse 14 November 2010 18:39

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/AMIGA-1200-UPG...item35ade17e8e

s2325 14 November 2010 19:16

I never saw that joypad.

Eclipse 14 November 2010 21:58

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/11-Assorted-CO...85366246079136

ide-fix '97

Seoman 16 November 2010 00:00

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/GVP-M-4060DT-6...item1c172b0cca

Good accelerator for Amiga 4000.

limedarren 16 November 2010 00:02

amiga games on ebay - http://shop.ebay.co.uk/0193limekelly/m.html

Lakes 17 November 2010 11:48

A600...

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Amiga-A600-Computer-/220697018649

Uk Bidders only please.

PowerPie5000 17 November 2010 14:13

I almost choked on my cheese toasty when i saw this:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MOONSTONE-Comm...item1c17359868

Absolutley crazy price for a mediocre game... It can't be that rare either as they keep popping up on ebay :nuts

I have someone local who's interested in my boxed Moonstone game and i'm only going to sell it for a fraction of that price (he offered me 75 which i still think is too much to pay for this game :laughing).

s2325 17 November 2010 14:16

he has more overpriced items http://shop.ebay.co.uk/retro-storage/m.html

PowerPie5000 17 November 2010 14:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by s2325 (Post 715928)
he has more overpriced items http://shop.ebay.co.uk/retro-storage/m.html

:shocked

There are no words to describe this seller.... and anyone who buys anything at those prices is a moron with too much spare money in my opinion.

TCD 17 November 2010 14:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by PowerPie5000 (Post 715927)
I almost choked on my cheese toasty when i saw this:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MOONSTONE-Comm...item1c17359868

:lol :great
BastiBS anyone?

fitzsteve 17 November 2010 14:22

Most of that stuff like the accelerators he has been re-listing for months now, I see from his feedback he sells a few games at 20-50 but these silly ones don't sell.

There's another seller now who sells Amiga's stripped down in bits, and he sells every part right down to the case LED's and these are selling, he even sells the box for 20 and people buy it!

He is making over 100 per A1200 this way, now thats just crazy :blased

deicidal 17 November 2010 15:15

Thats the thing that saddens me the most, but you can make more money by taking a perfectly good products and selling it off in bits.

fitzsteve 17 November 2010 15:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by deicidal (Post 715942)
Thats the thing that saddens me the most, but you can make more money by taking a perfectly good products and selling it off in bits.

I know it is sad, I've had to split a few of my projects that I wanted to sell as a whole unit. But at least I didn't sell the screws and keyboards seprate lol. I mean the ram upgrade/hard drive/accelerators ;)

Steve.

deicidal 17 November 2010 15:32

I've done the same with rareish board games that i didnt have enough to make a complete set and made more off the spares than when ive sold the complete unit. On a lighter note its the proceeds form that have mainly funded my amiga projects.

Paul_s 17 November 2010 16:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by PowerPie5000 (Post 715929)
:shocked

There are no words to describe this seller.... and anyone who buys anything at those prices is a moron with too much spare money in my opinion.

I almost hit the buy button with some of those games he has though... I'm yearning for 2 of them which I'm very fond of! (not moonstone!)... I've started looking for sealed games which I really enjoyed (don't worry, under 20 games ;) )

Sigh, crazy prices though.

fitzsteve 17 November 2010 16:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paul_s (Post 715951)
I almost hit the buy button with some of those games he has though... I'm yearning for 2 of them! (not moonstone!)...

Sigh, crazy prices though.

Thats what he's waiting for ;)

Paul_s 17 November 2010 17:25

Well, if it is BastiBS, then I recall asking him on here a while ago how much he wanted for Turrican 2 as he posted a long list once.

I have a feeling if I bid 85 for that he'd cancel the auction as I'm sure he wanted 150 for it! :(

Maybe I am crazy paying almost 100 for a game but I recently paid 65 for a CD which was out of print... :lol

Nostalgia is worth more than money as Alex_h once wrote! :(

deicidal 17 November 2010 17:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paul_s (Post 715974)
Maybe I am crazy paying almost 100 for a game but I recently paid 65 for a CD which was out of print... :lol

Maybe you should invest in a straight jacket :nuts:D

Personally I think ebay is evil or other people shouldn't be allowed to bid on stuff I want

slk486 18 November 2010 00:38

It's that kind of behavior, that drives retro prices sky-high and really makes it difficult to afford for the rest of us. Shame on those guys that willingly buy overinflated games :bash


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