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Author Topic: For sale: Rare Atari 2600 "Heavy Sixer" Sunnyvale (PAL)  (Read 1244 times)
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« on: June 26, 2018, 11:26:21 AM »

Hallo Videopac-Fans,

Maybe there are also some Atari-Fans and collectors here (I loved and collected for both systems). The great competitor of our beloved Philips. I am selling (again) the rest of my Atari 2600 collection on ebay.
A rare Atari 2600 "Heavy Sixer" Sunnyvale (works on PAL-TV) is under my items too.

Take a look.

I'd sell my mother for a Videopac
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I now can cross that bloody street...
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2018, 02:09:10 PM »

Very nice. You don't see those very often.

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« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2018, 03:02:51 PM »

I got a few Question on this. Here my answers.

Q: Is it Pal or NTSC?
A: I cannot say for sure. My TV-Set (i am in Germany) is of one the latest model with tube. Maybe it can do NTSC, SECAM and PAL. I tested with a PAL-Pac-Man Cart. I couldnt see any difference with the regular six-switch in my other auction. Compare yourself.

Q: Serial number doesnt look like a PAL version.
A: In this tread of all known "Heavysixers" a listet. There are also a few PAL-Units listed:

Q: Weight? (I Added a picture)
A: It weights ca 2,3 kg on my poor analog weight. Seems to be heavier than an NTSC Heavy Sixer. The other consoles on my auctions weight arount 1,9 kg)

Q: Are there any bigger scratches on the case?
A: No bigger scratcher on the case. The console is in a good but used condition. The edges are a little worn and the color on the switch panel got lost on some spots.

Q: Was the console ever opened?
A: I bought this console before 8 years and i dont know nothing about his history. I personally never opened it and i played maybe 3-4 times a game on it. It was safley ans dry stored on my display. The screws on the bottom look still fresh.

Any other Questions? Feel free to ask.

Greetings George
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