I was contacted by someone in Hamilton who must divest himself a collection due changed circumstances. Rather than take all to the landfill, he’s offering them free to a good home, preferably to someone who is prepared to take them all in one lot (or at least those who will take quite a few at one time).
These units must find a home before the end of October otherwise they will be dumped.
The computers include:
- Many ‘90s Macs including a few from the 1908s like two Mac Pluses and a Mac SE. There are also a couple of colour classic Macs
A handful of Mac laptops of various types
A number of Apple II’s plus drives and a screen or several
A number of BBC models
An Amiga and Amiga Plus (plus screen)
A Commodore PC-10-III
At least one (possibly several) generic PC-compatible (XT?) machines
A couple of commodore 64s
Software, manuals and accessories for many of the above
There may be other ones I’ve missed so please check out the uploaded pictures so you can see for yourself. These will give you an idea of what’s there and their condition.
All computers are untested and are as-is, where-is. The donor will not be testing them. Batteries have NOT been removed in those machines that have them, so mileage may vary in this respect.
Machines will be gifted on a first come-first served basis. They MUST be collected and will not be shipped.
If you are interested please contact Logan at the email Lmoss@ihug.co.nz. This is a good opportunity to get a ready-made collection for restoration, or those obtain models you’ve always been looking for.
See the photos below. Click on the photo for the full view.