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Sunday 1st December 2013
leLANNA (Australia)

I have one with everything except a manual and box. Made it hard to work out which model.
Am about to list on ebay :)


Sunday 1st December 2013
leLANNA (Australia)

I have one with everything except a manual and box. Made it hard to work out which model.
Am about to list on ebay :)


Monday 21st June 2010
Gary (australia)

I still have a Hanimex 677 console,(boxed and mint) which was my first video game console. This machine was NOT black and white output as in your info, but had pink sprites on a green background. The blue version of the console without the lightgun was B$W.





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