References 76+ on Heatware 477+ on Ebay 4 + on OCN Don't have the Rep count to make FS Threads Payment Paypal Chase Quick Pay Terms of Sale All items were or are still in working order as one would expect them to be. Some items are still sealed and unused. Shipping isn't included unless noted. For items that aren't quoted as shipped in the price I can get a shipping quote to you in a few hours if I'm free. I'll just toss it in a box with some packing material and weigh it at the local PO's electronic shipping thing. Then get back with an exact shipping price insured. Considering everything is either brand new and unused, pulled when it was working for a change or upgrade, or is currently in use everything is as is. I'm not a retail store or company and can't warranty items that are improperly installed or managed. Some items do still carry manufacturers warranty and those that do I can assist in the warranty through the manufacture. That isn't a problem for me. Any issues that are known are listed. Heat will not be left until I receive heat. I've had too many people never leave heat while I have. Just have the common courtesy to do the right thing and it will be done in return. Any old pictures can be linked to the previous dead thread. Now onto the good stuff. For Sale Case 1.Fully custom, powdercoated, CNC machined, Can Gogh (Hugo Montero) Arted, REVERSED Coolermaster Haf932 ONE OF A KIND This build had many ups and downs. This was my first completely custom build. I attempting to paint the first one myself which then I decided to have it powder coated when it didn't turn out to my liking. That powder coater botched the heck out of it. So I picked this one up on the cheap on CL beedblasted it myself and took it to another powdercoater. Exterior is Wrinkle Black while the interior is gloss red. The entire case is assembled with white pop rivets and the wiring is MDPC-X Sleeved in red, black, white. This has lasted two builds with a Bloodrage and a Maximus V Formula. I'm now moving onto a case that is shorter. The powder caused the drive tray slots to be too thick so I had to grind down the hard drive cages. They look terrible once pulled out but once installed you can't tell because the slides aren't seen. I also had to modify the back of the case to accept the Spray Paint Art by Can Gogh. If I didn't cut the frame the side panel wouldn't go on. You will need to pick up some more 3M double sided tape for the art it's not sticking very well anymore and is leaning in on the top. If the art is back light with white light it glows real nice in the dark along with the S's and the Live the Fantasy... The S's have red acrylic and the Live the Fantasy... has white acrylic. They have a nice glow if you have cathods around them. The PCI slot covers are painted in black hammered steel along with the 5 1/4" drive locks the push button is gross red for the drive locks. I also painted the front lower and side grills gloss red. I have a complete set of spare parts for this case if you want to change the side panels or something just let me know and I'll include them. I will install a stock black 230mm fan in the front and top if requested also. Any questions just ask. Also who ever buys this case I will also include 2 16"X20" pieces of art by Hugo free of charge. They all go along the same theme as seen below. And because I'm an idiot and didn't have the paper with my name..... $150 SHIPPED 31lbs Breakdown of my cost: Case was $60 CNC was $40 Acrylic was $40 Powder was $60 Sleeving was $20 Window trim was $15 Spray paint art $100 That's $335 not counting blasting the whole case to remove the factory paint which was hours of my time. Assembling the case, doing the sleeving, the gas used to go have things done to panels and to powder coat, etc. Easily a $545 investment.