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Old Jan 2, 2008, 07:49 PM   #1
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New years closet cleaning sale

Well, time to make room for all the new stuff I got for Xmas, so here it goes

Terms: All prices are OBO and paypaled ONLY + USPS ground shipping within the lower 48 states. Faster & out of USA shipping available if you pay the extra fees........Will make better deals for anyone buying more than 1 item too !

Please PM me or post here with offers, questions etc. Click da thumbs for bigger pix

1) A brand new, sealed in the box, RipRoar Creation Station Child's Video camera set. Designed for children 8yrs+, this set includes a fully functional mpeg-4/640 x 480/30fps video camera with microphone and LED light, mini-tripod, USB cable, 9' x 5' green screen w/ hanger clips, and a CD containing the Creation Station software for making various edits & scenes using over 100 backgrounds, effects, sounds, and clip art. The software also allows one-click uploading to YouTube hosting site. More info can be found @ www.riproarmedia.com and/or www.toyquest.com

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Windows XP or Vista, IE 5+, Pentium/Athalon CPU @800mhz+ , 256mb+ Ram, USB 2.0 port, DirectX 9 capable video w/16mb+ vram, 20MB HDD space, DVD-RW drive, sound card. Price: $25.00




2) A used, modded Sawtooth G4 case. This case has few minor scuffs/wear & tear, and is empty except for the stock internal fan assembly and a 2x 60mm intake fan modification to the bottom floor panel that allows extra fresh air to be drawn into the main area of the case. Also modded the Zip drive bay cover where I had a fan controller installed at one time. There is NO motherboard, power supply, ram, hdd, cpu or other components inside this case. It is an empty shell but is still useful either for replacement case parts and/or rad installation of any suitable mid-tower ATX mobo. Price: $18.00





3) This is a used but good condition Black and Decker Cordless multi-purpose saw, Model VP650T. It is part of their 7.2 Volt Versa Pack System. This tool is designed for light-duty tasks and uses smaller, more common standard jigsaw blades. The blade stroke is only one inch (1") , which makes it perfect for tight spaces and smaller projects where a full sized reciprocating tool would be useless. The batteries and charger (NOT INCLUDED) are the same ones used in other Black and Decker Versa pack tools and are completely interchangeable between the different units. It will ship in it's original box. PRICE: $12.00 SHIPPED!




4) 1 pair of Bacco-Bucci Italian Leather Mens Dress shoes. They are size 11.5 medium width, made of the finest Italian Leather, with double stitched soles and solid rubber heals. My father found them in one of his storage chest, apparently he bought them a long time ago & only wore them once or twice, then put them into storage......He said he paid about $150.00 for them, and according to my web research, thats fairly accurate. PRICE: $35.00






5) DELL OPTIPLEX G60 SmallFormFactor Desktop PC. A great little medium powered machine for everyday uses. A few minor wear & tear marks on the case, but otherwise in great condition overall. Came from a non-smoking business office (replaced with newer models). Can be used standing up on end or laying flat, and has the fold-down side door for easy upgrading/maintenance work (kinda like a G4 tower)

Specs:

P4/2.4Ghz, 1GB DDR ram, 40GB/7200rpm HDD, CD-Rom, onboard soundcard, 10/100 Ethernet, and video w/64mb vram, 6 USB ports, 4 on back & 2 on front, Clean install of Windows XP Pro w/ COA & SP2 + all current updates, & Office XP. Includes Logitech 2 button USB scroll mouse & Generic PS/2 keyboard. Price: $165.00 SHIPPED







6) 1- BRAND NEW, NEVER OPENED, Kingston 1GB SecureDigital mini-sized memory card. It includes an adapter for use in larger devices also, making it usable for cell phones/pda's as well as cameras and other devices. Price: $10.00 SHIPPED!
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Old Jan 2, 2008, 10:17 PM   #2
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Location: CANADA? eh?
do u know where the missing drive bay is?
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Do you ship to Canada? I'm interested in the Dell because I'd like to put Linux on it.

Is the VRAM dedicated or that Intel Integrated stuff? I presume it uses VGA to connect to a monitor...is that right? Is there a keyboard included? Also interested in whether or not you're including install discs for XP and Office. Thanks
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Do you ship to Canada? I'm interested in the Dell because I'd like to put Linux on it.

Is the VRAM dedicated or that Intel Integrated stuff? I presume it uses VGA to connect to a monitor...is that right? Is there a keyboard included? Also interested in whether or not you're including install discs for XP and Office. Thanks
Yes I can ship to the Great white north , of course it'll cost ya a bit extra for the shipping....if you give me a postal code, I can get you an exact quote.

Yes, the vram is integrated onto the mobo (as is the ethernet & sound) and it does indeed use a VGA connector. But there is 1 open 1/2 height PCI slot, so if you wanted to add a dedicated video card, you could.

No keyboard nor install disks.....none came with the machine when I got it. If you want, I can wipe the HD clean for you before shipping it.

Please let me know if you need additional info
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do u know where the missing drive bay is?
I have the mounting cage, which I will reinstall prior to selling the case, but the faceplate was removed a long time ago. I had a fan controller mounted there and did not keep it since I made a custom faceplate for it. But it broke when I removed the controller (forgot about the super glue )

You should be able to get a faceplate off ebay for min $$
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Postal code is E3B 3R1. I'm not sure I can scrape together the funds, but I'm definitely trying, haha.

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Yes I can ship to the Great white north , of course it'll cost ya a bit extra for the shipping....if you give me a postal code, I can get you an exact quote.

Yes, the vram is integrated onto the mobo (as is the ethernet & sound) and it does indeed use a VGA connector. But there is 1 open 1/2 height PCI slot, so if you wanted to add a dedicated video card, you could.

No keyboard nor install disks.....none came with the machine when I got it. If you want, I can wipe the HD clean for you before shipping it.

Please let me know if you need additional info
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Postal code is E3B 3R1. I'm not sure I can scrape together the funds, but I'm definitely trying, haha.

OK, shipping to your addy would be ~$25.00, for a total of $43.00, so just let me know asap
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Da stuffs gotsta go ASAP, so I lowered prices a bit, and am still waitin on some offers

Updated list for some pending sales too......
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OK, shipping to your addy would be ~$25.00, for a total of $43.00, so just let me know asap
$43.00 total for the Dell shipped to my door? Sir, you have yourself a deal!

(heh, I assume you meant that price/shipping quote for the gutted Sawtooth, but I actually requested one for the Dell)
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$43.00 total for the Dell shipped to my door? Sir, you have yourself a deal!

(heh, I assume you meant that price/shipping quote for the gutted Sawtooth, but I actually requested one for the Dell)

yep my bad thats what I get for trying to read AND reply to several posts at one time.........but anyhows,

I will ship the dell to canada for $190.00 USD.......

jlmk asap please
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yep my bad thats what I get for trying to read AND reply to several posts at one time.........but anyhows,

I will ship the dell to canada for $190.00 USD.......

jlmk asap please
Well, I hate to have lead you on, but I'm afraid that I simply don't have the money to purchase your Dell and still pay my rent, haha Thanks for your effort, and good luck with the sale!
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Added more stuff, lowered some prices
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henkle duck laminator

I would like to purchase the henkle duck laminator. How much is shipping to Rexburg, ID 83440?
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Oops.....old thread, forgot to update/remove sold stuff......sOrRy :0

laminator & printers have been sold.......
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