This is one of the rare Pre-Famicom consoles released by Nintendo in the late 1970s. The 112 is a giant, the biggest console Nintendo have ever made. Released in 1978, it was the first games console to ever feature a built in steering wheel. It also includes a Gear Shift. The games are of the traditional 1970s top down 'avoid' nature, but it's still quite fun to play, with several game variations, including some pong variants.
The console also features seperate controllers which neatly slot into the back of the machine, a feature replicated in the original Famicom.
This example is boxed complete with manual, 9/10, Nintendo TV switch and power supply. The wheel detaches for storage in the box (see additional pictures). The console is in Excellent condition, a lovely example of this incredibly rare console with no damage or marks, all controls are working. The box is in very good condition, remarkable considering its age, 7/10 overall and the poly inners are Excellent. A beautiful example of this super rare console, the ideal centrepiece of anyone's Nintendo collection.
Japanese consoles from this era are very difficult to use on UK/European TVs, as they only have RF outputs and the signal is not compatible with UK Televisions.