To keep it OT, was probably a bad move. It's hard to really gage value on it, but i can tell you right now there's most likely not going to be any demand for it, let alone profit at 65 bucks. They rarely get listed, but what few i could find fell in line with what this user over at nintendo age says
> Not a lot. As a general rule, very few of the Pong/Pong clone systems are worth much of anything,
> even CIB, and those that are, usually are the Atari-branded systems (which can get $50-$150 each
> for CIB). Those two in particular? About $20-$30 each. I have a Rally IV (also made by Roberts,
> looks similar to that Volley VI), and I only gave $10 for it. I also have several other Pong clones, as
> well as an Atari Super Pong, and gave no more than $20 each for them (including 3 of them I got
> for $5 each). https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-70s-Roberts-Volle...
- sold for almost 40 shipped.http://nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid...DefaultGen wrote:
> Lol, nevermind $40, there's a Buzzfeed article that actually suggests Beauty and
> the Beast is worth $500 on VHS and Aladdin is worth $250 on Sega Genesis.
I hope they go the way of Gawker.