|Heavy Sixer on Craigslist Seattle|
I drove and met the original owner who was clearing hid dad's garage. The console has been in storage for 30 years it sounds like.
I got what I saw on the picture, a heavy sixer in nivce condition with a box that has the chess piece on it. But I wanted to check the joysticks, I opened the box, and saw the marvelous Cx-10 joystick, loaded with springs. It makes a nice click click on every direction, and the fire button has to be depressed deeply. I asked the owner, but apparently, there was no game in the garage, which I found strange seeing how cleanly the console was kept. And I saw 3 carts in the box when I fully opened it at home. Lose carts though, not too nice, but they must be from the first run. There was a coupe of catalogs from early 80s inside the box, so they might have bought more games, they are supposed to contact me if they find some.
|Heavy Sixer Chess box|
Not I have an older one I won on ebay, but that doe snot come with complete rays, CX-10s or the chess piece, so it is going back to eBay.
|Heavy sixer chess box !!|
|Heavy sixer box, back|
|It has the complete cardboard trays inside. Heavy sixer atari 2600|
|Cx-10 Atari in tray|
|And the paddle controllers|
|Atari game catalogs|
|First edition (c) 1977 of the manual and a $5 voucher from 1981.|
|Atari Cx-10 joystick|
|Atari 2600 Heavy Sixer serial number. Made in Sunnyvale, CA|
|Back of my heavy sixer|