BL.A Garage Sale – Buy my PS2 & Games we go! I’m getting rid of stuff at our blogging community garage sale. I’ve got classic anodized aluminum goodies (tumblers, popcorn bowls, pitchers), a vacuum cleaner as well as many books that I’ve lost interest in, stacks and stacks of design & food magazines (Sunset, Martha Stewart, Bon Appetit, Architectural Digest … you can have em for free). I also have a cherry stained coffee table and side table set. They have glass tops (so no worries about using coasters). They’re in good condition.

But my big ticket item is our old Play Station 2. It has two controllers (well, it has a third that we plum worn out), a DVD remote (so you can watch movies), memory card and lots and lots of games (15 plus). I’d love to sell the whole thing as a package for $150, but if folks don’t want any or all of the games, I’m not going to argue. (Click to embiggen to see the titles … I may have more, I need to do some more digging.)

9am-3pm (no early birds!)
Saturday – May 12th
1500 Block of Elevado

The sale is basically on the northwest hill above the intersection of Silverlake Blvd. & Sunset Blvd. We’re taking over several driveways & carports in that block. It’s gonna be that big! Elevado Street is a little circle street off of Westerly Terrace. Westerly is off of Sunset and Berkley to Westerly off of Silverlake Blvd. Stayed tuned for more postings about all our wonderful crap we’d like you to buy from us.

6 thoughts on “BL.A Garage Sale – Buy my PS2 & Games”

  1. I’ll also have an original Xbox with four controllers (two wireless), 14 games, the DVD kit and some gold Monster video cables. And, a Dance Dance Revolution Universe bundle for the Xbox 360 that’s been used a whopping one time. Video gamers rejoice.

  2. Don’t sell your old gaming consoles! Years down the line you’ll wish you still had them.

    In fact, thanks to the Wii, I’ve been reliving the glory days of the NES and SNES with my 4 year old son and we are having a great time. I regret selling my NES, SNES, N64 and Dreamcast to Funcoland all those years back.

    Put them in a box in your closet and save them. On a rainy afternoon 5-10 years from now you’ll be glad you did.

  3. Brian – I’m not going to regret selling my old console. I want someone to play with it, as that’s what it’s made for. It’s not being played right now and that’s a shame because there’s nothing wrong with it. You’re free to buy it and put it in the back of your closet though. (And pick up 5000!’s while you’re at it too.)

  4. Yeah, please take mine too. I’ve sold an Atari 2600, a NES and an N64 over the years and I don’t miss any of them. Maybe because I don’t have any kids to share them with? Anyway, I’ll happily part with my Xbox if it means somebody else will actually use it.

  5. I’m kinda with Brian on this, but not so much with the PS2 since you can play those games on the PS3… but the Atari 2600 or the original Nintendo are still a blast. Wish I’d kept my consoles.

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