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A > ATARI  > PONG (Model C-100)


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Atari  PONG (Model C-100) pong. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Friday 25th October 2013
Brad

My Grandpa is Tom Quinn


Friday 9th March 2012
linus (Viña del Mar/Chile)

Steven, i have a pong with the same model number that your pong (637.99716).


Sunday 4th March 2012
loodo848

My uncle and grandpa used to have a atari pong intill it got lost somewhere


Tuesday 27th November 2007
fixman88 (Tyler, Texas)

I've owned one of these for a little over 10 years. I bought it at a Goodwill store for 7 dollars. It came with its' box and the instruction manual and warranty card (unfortunately since lost due to water damage). The unit itself however is in excellent condition and is sitting on top of my TV to this day! In the late 1990s my cousins actually preferred playing Pong to playing their Sony Playstation!


Tuesday 23rd August 2005
Steven Gerritzen (Ocala, FL)

I am trying to learn a little about a Pong system I have. My parents bought it back around 1976, I believe. The model number is 637.99716 which from some of the sites I have found noone seems to have that Model NO listed. The S.N. is legabel and the games works perfectly. The only thing I am missing is the original 110v power cord but the battery power supply still works. The game is in exxcelent condition. All I am is curious to about how much it might be worth if it, if it is worth anything.


Sunday 20th April 2003
Primoduke (Argentina)

Does anyone know how many units had been built of this little wonder?





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