As we were not old enough to steer anything but a lawn tractor in 1977, driving cars on TV created by the miracle of the Atari was great fun. Last month the Atari 2600 turned 30. In honor of this occasion an intrepid fan created some if-they-had-made-them game cartridge labels. And while we can't imagine what Death Race 2000 gameplay would have been like, the choice of Carradine's Frankenstein over Stallone's Machine Gun Joe Viterbo would have been an easy one. [Thanks to Retro Thing for the Tip]