If you’ve got a bunch of old gadgets and video game systems, you might be sitting on a goldmine.
Believe it or not, old-school electronics are actually hot sellers.
For example, thousands of people are in the market for original Nintendo GameBoys, as well as other video game systems and cartridges from the early 2000s. If the system works, there’s someone out there who will pay you for it.
Collectors are also on the prowl for vintage record players, iPods, old rotary phones and TVs from the 1960s.
So … cash in while you can. (USA Today)
Kevin in the Morning.