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    Wow really? thats awesome!!
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    I did some running around today, picked up an Atari 400/800 Computer in original box with the Atari 1010 Program Recorder to go with it, both work perfect and have all original packaging :). Even had a game included lol

    Got it all for 20$

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    Wow really? thats awesome!!

    I did some running around today, picked up an Atari 400/800 Computer in original box with the Atari 1010 Program Recorder to go with it, both work perfect and have all original packaging :). Even had a game included lol

    Got it all for 20$


    Update, instead of going the ebay route and having to ship it and everything else, where I would have gotten 150 - 200$, I dropped by a local video game store that deal with older stuff with the newer and they offered me 80$ so I took it, didnt want to drag it back home and easy cash offer I had to go with it.

    1st successful garage sale buy of the season

    Need to find more info on my Treasure Island book!

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    Cool, topic! it's gonna be warm enough this weekend, there should be some sales around here... can't wait!

    I'm mainly looking for records and video games but have made good money with Mugs vintage dunkin' donuts travel mugs sell pretty good, also look for fire king (milk glass mugs) mainly the ones with ads on them (even if it's a local store's ad on it) they often sell for $100-200 unless they're common ones, as well as the green (jadite) ones. vintage electronics are great too (calculators, vintage sony stuff sells easily as well)


    In Exemple :

    a rarer fire king one :
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI...vip=true&rt=nc

    sony discman :
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI...vip=true&rt=nc

    vintage HP Calc.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI...vip=true&rt=nc


    will let you guys know when I get good deals! and looking forward to reading you guys!


    edit : oh ya forgot about vintage heye puzzles and Puzz 3-D too

    here is one I had paid $1 and I recently sold for quite a good profit
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Napo-Happy-J...item337298c33b

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    Wow thanks for the info! I will update OP with all this information/

    The fire king stuff, how do you know its Fire King? Does it say on it somewhere?

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    Wow thanks for the info! I will update OP with all this information/

    The fire king stuff, how do you know its Fire King? Does it say on it somewhere?

    yes,



    there are some other milk glass companies (Federal, Glasbake etc..) but they don't sell as well as Fire-King, I pick them up anyway when I find some for $1 or less and will sell them in bulk some day.

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    Thanks so much! Updated original post with this extra info and the picture :) thanks buddy!!

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    No Problem ;)

    just found out this morning that the Godfather 1902-1952 Complete Epic 3 VHS Box-Set is very valuable, I would have never picked that up even for $2 haha

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...vip=true&rt=nc

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...vip=true&rt=nc

    keep an eye open, this is the kind of stuff that you see at garage sales! :)

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    Wow me neither, also added to OP !

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    #3. TOYS

    One website I found that gives a few easy to find toys that can turn small but quick profits (buying at 1 - 3$, selling for 20$+)

    http://amanda108.hubpages.com/hub/Re...-At-Yard-Sales

    Just found my first Ms.Pac-man plug & play today, thanks for posting that link, I would have probably passed on it before seeing it was selling for 15-20 it was abit pricey ($4) but still a decent profit

    Hopefully I can find a few more this season

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    Nice!! Congrats on that one, any profits a good profit :D

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