Vintage arcade games draw auction interest
While some dads will be "Anaboliset Aineet" bringing home a new Wii "Anabolika Definition" or other home entertainment system for their kids this holiday season, Michael Miskuf is taking home a full sized vintage arcade game.
Miskuf was one of nearly 100 bidders at Saturday's arcade auction at Chilhowee Park in Knoxville, where rows of video games attracted both business owners looking for a new distraction for their customers and people like Miskuf, who remember Comprar Levitra the days of dropping quarters in the machines.
He and his wife "Oxandrolone Powder India" Courtney, both dentists, drove from Nashville, where they are staying on business. They also brought along a trailer to take their prize, Tren Delantero Ford F100 72 a Roads Edge driving game Winstrol Pills Or Injection purchased for Turinabol Roid Plus $410, back home to Indiana to share with their sons, ages 3 and 6.
"We do have all the latest video game systems, too. But they're not like the real thing," he said.
Miskuf, 34, represents the majority of bidders at these auctions, according to Kim Popp, operations manager for Super Auctions, the company that sponsored the event.
"We have a lot of professional people in their 30s and 40s come in," Popp said. "Kids may not know what Pac Man is, "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" but the parents do."
Her company holds arcade auctions about every three months in Knoxville, and she travels the country doing similar events. A typical auction features hundreds of arcade games, pinball machines, pool tables and even juke boxes.