As others have mentioned/asked, it might help if you explain WHY you're looking for old models -- none of the oldest, pre-1990's G-Shocks are still in production. Some collectors pay premium prices to have an old, outdated piece of memorabilia to put on a shelf, but if you're going to actually WEAR the watch you'll probably want the easier-to-read electroluminescent backlight rather than the old, dim LED lights they used to use.Can you tell me some models from the past still in production?
I ban it personally, because it's a known symbolic link to terrorism, and a known tool used to kill innocent civilians and servicemen. I don't feel right to have it, no matter how cheap. But that's just me, everyone else can choose their watches freely.Does that certain watch model walk on the streets and terrorize people? Or is it just cheap and accurate so that it is desired model among all kind of people.