I want to buy GT Concept 2002: Tokyo Seoul

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Concept' started by matski, Jul 9, 2006.

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  1. matski

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    Hi guys - I hope its okay to post this here but I really want to get the Tokyo Seoul Version of GT Concept..

    I've been looking on eBay - but alas, none for sale!

    If anybody can help me out with this I'd be very grateful
     
  2. guska

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    Perhaps try the Trading Post here on GTPlanet. Post a thread outlining axactly what you are after, and maybe a price range that you would be willing to pay.
    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=179

    Failing that, try putting up an "I want it now" in eBay. That is on your My eBay page.

    Good luck

    gOoSe
     
  3. GM

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    Aha, I'm selling my version of the game Tokyo Geneva
     
  4. daan

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    Creating threads in the Trading Post is only for Premium users.

     
  5. matski

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    Thanks guys...

    Its 2002 Tokyo-Seoul I'm after... think i'll just have to keep checkin eBay
     
  6. Roo09511

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    What's the difference between the Concept ones? And what makes the different from GT3/4 that everyone else has?
     
  7. matski

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    Not much really..

    the most widely available version is Tokyo-Geneva 2002.. I believe this has everything that Tokyo 2001 collection and Tokyo Seoul has...

    I want them all for my collection.. mu hah hah hahhhhahahhh.... precious game.. ..... ANYWAY

    The cynics will say that concept was just another way to make abit more money before GT4 came out, and to tide the fans over between GT3 and GT4
     
  8. Roo09511

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    Does it have different cars and such? Tracks?
     
  9. daan

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    On further thought, I'm going to have to lock this. Its advertising in reverse. If someone tried to sell a game, we'd lock it. So if someone offers you their copy, then they are selling it, which we don't allow.

    Try ebay.
     
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