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The Most Insane Nintendo Collection Ever Is Up For Sale

Nintendo Zelda Goldeneye Nintendo 64 sealed ebay

Have you ever wanted about a hundred sealed Nintendo 64's for your collection, but just couldn't find anyone with that many consoles for sale? Well today is your day to shine!

An Ebay user by the name of squishy013 has come forward with their late son's massive Nintendo collection, and they're looking to sell it... for $65,000. A bit too rich for most, but with a collection like this anyone willing to part the massive haul out is sure to make money in the long run.

Some notable mentions from the post include ten Pikachu consoles, about a million new controllers, different systems and games that are VGA approved, multiple sealed copies of Turok, Goldeneye, Majora's Mask and a boatload of other things.

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I would have loved to have gotten one of those sealed consoles, but the seller is understandably trying to clear the stock out as quickly as possible. When there's a death in the family and the sudden acquisition of so much stuff you really don't have the time to part it out.

So if you have a bunch of time and money then this auction is clearly for you. I've linked the page below.

Nintendo 64 Collection


6 Comments

"Shipping: Freight".......and so amusement ensued.

Anyhow, it's always interesting when someone decides to sell off their massive collection of video game stuff. This one is particularly huge, and for one of my favorite consoles too, the N64. :)

Also, a lot of that is sealed. Wow, I'm impressed.
The seller "squishy013" claims to be a parent, and also claims to be ignorant of Nintendo stuff,.
However squishy013 bought stuff as recently as Oct 3rd on THAT account.
Why would somebody who is trying to sell this giant lot be adding to it?
http://myworld.ebay.com/squ...

on Sept 15th squishy013 bought SEALED STAR WARS NINTENDO 64 SYSTEM Price:US $1,350.00

Sept 30th Rare New Legend of Zelda Collector's Lot - Price: $390.00

Oct 3rd Nintendo 64 N64 Ice Teal Blue Controller NOS New Sealed - Price: US $142.50

They key to knowing the story is BS is in the comments section at the bottom of the sale page:

" >>>> I've been a member since 2002.<<<< You are protected by ebay with any purchase. " - squishy013 confirming that THEY are the account owner. (it is not their son's account...which would have possibly made sense with the recent purchases)

So squishy013, the person supposedly selling their dead son's collection for $65,000 is the account owner. They claim ignorance about the items, "Don't take advantage of my difficult times and my ignorance on Nintendo items.", yet they are buying very rare items on the account.


I CALL BULLS**T!
That's...a lot of N64s.

I honestly can't see anyone buying this. I'd imagine that the 5 offers made so far were just a little less than the 65 grand asking price. Really, only a video game store could actually get any use out of this, and no store that actually sells retro consoles is going to stock that many N64 consoles, and certainly not that many controllers.

The seller "squishy013" claims to be a parent, and also claims to be ignorant of Nintendo stuff,.
However squishy013 bought stuff as recently as Oct 3rd on THAT account.
Why would somebody who is trying to sell this giant lot be adding to it?
http://myworld.ebay.com/squ...

on Sept 15th squishy013 bought SEALED STAR WARS NINTENDO 64 SYSTEM Price:US $1,350.00

Sept 30th Rare New Legend of Zelda Collector's Lot - Price: $390.00

Oct 3rd Nintendo 64 N64 Ice Teal Blue Controller NOS New Sealed - Price: US $142.50

They key to knowing the story is BS is in the comments section at the bottom of the sale page:

" >>>> I've been a member since 2002.<<<< You are protected by ebay with any purchase. " - squishy013 confirming that THEY are the account owner. (it is not their son's account...which would have possibly made sense with the recent purchases)

So squishy013, the person supposedly selling their dead son's collection for $65,000 is the account owner. They claim ignorance about the items, "Don't take advantage of my difficult times and my ignorance on Nintendo items.", yet they are buying very rare items on the account.


I CALL BULLS**T!


Ha, this just makes it even more insane than it previously was.
Read the comments page, the person is clearly making a sob story to try to get some sucker to buy it, I'm surprised they posted some of their answers as they are rather childish!

http://contact.ebay....llerQuestion_VI
Definitely a BS story and they are asking way too much for the lot. N64s are some of the easiest unopened consoles to find.

 

 

 

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