A garage full in Christchurch - $1000 starting bid...

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A garage full in Christchurch - $1000 starting bid...

Postby SeanKennedy on Mon Oct 31, 2016 12:16 pm

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Re: A garage full in Christchurch - $1000 starting bid...

Postby tezza on Mon Oct 31, 2016 8:17 pm

Nine bids already!
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Re: A garage full in Christchurch - $1000 starting bid...

Postby Roux on Thu Nov 03, 2016 7:58 am

That SE/30 looks nice !! Also if anyone has a Commodore Amiga collection like this stashed away anywhere in this great Country of ours please sing out :)
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Re: A garage full in Christchurch - $1000 starting bid...

Postby mons2b on Thu Nov 03, 2016 9:42 pm

Roux wrote:That SE/30 looks nice !! Also if anyone has a Commodore Amiga collection like this stashed away anywhere in this great Country of ours please sing out :)


I remember doing a tourism training course in a suite of macs with those tiny screens. It was less comfortable typing away with the small screen. Nice collectors piece now of course.
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Re: A garage full in Christchurch - $1000 starting bid...

Postby Roux on Mon Nov 07, 2016 8:26 am

mons2b wrote:
Roux wrote:That SE/30 looks nice !! Also if anyone has a Commodore Amiga collection like this stashed away anywhere in this great Country of ours please sing out :)


I remember doing a tourism training course in a suite of macs with those tiny screens. It was less comfortable typing away with the small screen. Nice collectors piece now of course.


Yes definitely more of a collectors piece than a daily use computer, however I remember Shufflepuck Cafe , Dark Castle and Apache Strike all being amazing to play on my Grandfathers SE/30
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Re: A garage full in Christchurch - $1000 starting bid...

Postby Roux on Mon Nov 07, 2016 8:28 am

$4,760!!

Well done to the seller and bidder and I have my fingers crossed that at least one Lisa is functional or close to :)
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