U.S. Metal Slug 2 AES in DEAD MINT condition w/FREE SHIPPING

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Hello,

After much thought I have come to a hard decision and am offering for sale my Metal Slug 2 U.S. for the AES.


The entire package (cart, manual, insert and box) and 100% as new. To be clear, there aare NO flaws or imperfection of any kind anywhere. This is an ultra, ultra mint collector's piece. I have not even played it, not even once.


Pictures are here:


http://www.dasifields.com/neo/slug2.zip


I am asking for $1000 shipped and take payment by Western Union.


Please feel free to ask if you need more information.


Thank you for reading my ad.
;)
 
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not that I'm gong to buy it or anything, but the link is broke.
 

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$1000 shipped... to think I actually owned this at one time.... and I sold it for $250. hmph.

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In case you didn't know, there is a spot in your profile for your location. In order to sell things here, your physical state/providence/country ect should be there.
 

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neogeofl said:
At that price you should fly and deliver it personally to the buyer. :eek:

I was gonna say something like that.

Where is he getting this price at? Price guide is at $700 now max, and I think that is over priced. :eek:
 

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*waits for thread to enter the "mint" endless discussion of entropy*

"mint" vs. 'mint' vs. _mint_ vs. "dead mint" vs. "live mint" vs. "ultra mint"

Who will emerge victorious?
 
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Price Guide is for near mint copies. Mint ones may be woth well more.

I won't buy it unless its in PEPPER MINT condition.

Thats final.:spock:
 

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I am a big fan of the mint discussion. That is why I keep coming back here.
 

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ROBOTRON said:
I won't buy it unless its in PEPPER MINT condition.

Thats final.:spock:

That's probably the best post I've ever seen on this board.
 

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Maybe the currency is different in Neo-Geo world. If so the exchange rate may be $700->$1000U.S.
 

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The price isn't terribly outrageous.

My friend sold a near mint copy on ebay last winter for $1,500 U.S. to a buyer in the UK.

Despite what the price guide says, $1000 is still very reasonable for an extremely rare piece as a U.S. MS2.
 
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Your PM is full, please check your hotmail.

by the way everyone if you think 1000USD is a lot i was offered one for 2400USD last week!!!! laughed???...... i nearley died!
 
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Argentina94 said:
The price isn't terribly outrageous.

My friend sold a near mint copy on ebay last winter for $1,500 U.S. to a buyer in the UK.

Despite what the price guide says, $1000 is still very reasonable for an extremely rare piece as a U.S. MS2.

also you gotta remember that the USD -> GBP exchange rate is fecking FANTASTIC at the moment!!! 1000USD is still expensive but compared to three months or so ago thats a saving of 200USD!!!
 

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Argentina94 said:
The price isn't terribly outrageous.

My friend sold a near mint copy on ebay last winter for $1,500 U.S. to a buyer in the UK.

Despite what the price guide says, $1000 is still very reasonable for an extremely rare piece as a U.S. MS2.

Anyone that drops $1000 for a US Metal Slug 2 is a nut. Everyone knows the price guide is overpriced for many items. Just because one person bought this at some time for $1500, doesn't mean that's what it's worth. You have a hard time selling RotD for $250 or less these days, but on eBay they have gone for close to $500. Doesn't mean it's worth that, just means that there are alot of idiots who don't research before they buy, or they have more money than sense.

But, if you can get $1000 for this, more power to you. I seriously doubt anyone on these forums will drop that much though. eBay however, is a different thing altogether.

Good luck...
 
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I wouldn't pay more than.... $500 for this.

$1000. LOL
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Spike Spiegel said:
I wouldn't pay more than.... $500 for this.

$1000. LOL
Spike

It's Necro-mint, a entirely new type of mintiness noone has ever seen before!
 

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The price for this is exactly what it should be.

I've seen the cart and it's 100% as new; free of any scuff, scratchs or flaw or any kind. It's a collection piece better than almost any other I've eer seen.

And the price guide is a guide. It lists blazing Star for $700 and Shawn sells them for $875, so real world supply is the issue.

When is the last time anyone here saw a US Slug 2... much less a perfect copy?

Also Kulanart is a great guy to work with. He and I have done business many time and it's always a good thing.
 
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Harry Hazard

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Argentina94 said:
The price isn't terribly outrageous.

My friend sold a near mint copy on ebay last winter for $1,500 U.S. to a buyer in the UK.

There was shillbidding going on in that
auction you are talking about.

Explain why a ebayuser with 0 feedback
made a jump from 700 to 1450
when you looked at the bid history.

He could have just bid 705 to be the
highest bidder:very_ang: :shame:
 
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