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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Antiphrasis on Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:59 am

georgeby wrote:Hi, I'd be very interested if the Acorn / BBC machines are still available?


Yes I still have a number of BBC's left, I'll try and get you a list tonight.
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Antiphrasis on Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:01 pm

Marais wrote:Hi.Do you have any ZX Spectrums left for sale? Thanks


Yes, I should have a few of these somewhere, I think I also have a boxed ZX Spectrum+ and some orginal cassette software, a joystick expander and a couple of boxed cartridge games.
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby lizardb0y on Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:19 pm

Do you still have a Lisa 2? I'm interested if you do.
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Antiphrasis on Thu Jan 05, 2012 2:30 pm

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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Marais on Fri Jan 06, 2012 6:11 am

Antiphrasis wrote:
Marais wrote:Hi.Do you have any ZX Spectrums left for sale? Thanks


Yes, I should have a few of these somewhere, I think I also have a boxed ZX Spectrum+ and some orginal cassette software, a joystick expander and a couple of boxed cartridge games.


Hi. I am very interrested. Do you have prices or a bidding site etc? May i view items etc? What do i do from here? Thanks
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Antiphrasis on Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:05 pm

In addition to the previous list of systems I have for sale is a little Panasonic JR-100; not even sure where it came from originally. I found it while looking for my DSE VZ200 which I know I've seen somewhere... Anyway I've added a photo of this to the album I linked to in a previous post.
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Antiphrasis on Tue Jan 10, 2012 10:42 pm

Found and tested my DSE VZ200, the top part of the case is badly yellowed but this still functions. I've had this hooked up to my TV and run "Hello World". I don't have the original power supply for this, but it's a standard connecter using 9V DC 800 mA.

The keyboard on these things is terrible though, I thought it might just have been my one but a little digging around seems to indicate my experience is typical and the keyboards just suck. Makes me so glad I started out on the C64.

Three more pictures have been posted to the link previously mentioned.
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby acsi on Wed Jan 11, 2012 12:42 pm

Hi

Is that Amstrad 6128 still available?

Also is that a DD1 and floppy drive I spied?

Very interested if they are still up for grabs.

Thanks
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby georgeby on Thu Jan 12, 2012 3:00 pm

Any luck with the BBC machines? Not hassling, though :)
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Radar on Thu Jan 12, 2012 3:39 pm

Have pm'd you as I'm keen on the ProFile / Apple III memory card to go with my own Apple III. (still needs fixing :()
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Antiphrasis on Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:10 am

I've removed items that have been sold from the web album so anything in there is still up for grabs;

https://plus.google.com/photos/106237623564528805602/albums/5693945739079049345?authkey=CP62mu2mmoKbMA

Just added tonight after tested, pictures of my working Atari 65XE and 130XE's.

Also, I found a box of misc ZX Spectrums and bit's and pieces, a ZX81, Spectrum software and an expansion pack.

I have also dug out some BBC Micros, and 128's, pictures also posted.
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby YetiSeti on Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:57 am

Keen to know who got the Panasonic JR-100 seeing there aren't too many of these computers around. I think it's very much in the interest of documenting NZ's computing history for the more rare computers to be mapped and kept stock of seeing there are so few around. I need to start a general thread about this.

A thread reference on the JR-100 by Murray Moffat :

http://www.classic-computers.org.nz/for ... 9bc95e76bb
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby matsondawson on Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:55 pm

I got the JR100 :) Be cool to have a go at it, see what it does.
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby arjoll on Thu Jan 19, 2012 1:12 pm

Sorry I'm a bit late to this!

If you still have a BBC Model B available I'd be interested, and possibly be interested in an RGB monitor too depending on freight costs. A Spectrum isn't on my wishlist but I could still be interested :D

The only other things I've been keeping a tentative eye out for are an Apple DIsk II to replace a non-APple one on one of my IIe's, a Monitor II for a similar reason, and anything from SORD - especially the 100tpi 5.25" TEAC drives used on the M23 mk III.

Thanks
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Re: Collection for sale

Postby Antiphrasis on Thu Jan 19, 2012 4:54 pm

arjoll wrote:Sorry I'm a bit late to this!

If you still have a BBC Model B available I'd be interested, and possibly be interested in an RGB monitor too depending on freight costs. A Spectrum isn't on my wishlist but I could still be interested :D

The only other things I've been keeping a tentative eye out for are an Apple DIsk II to replace a non-APple one on one of my IIe's, a Monitor II for a similar reason, and anything from SORD - especially the 100tpi 5.25" TEAC drives used on the M23 mk III.

Thanks
Andrew


If it's still in a picture I still have it available, just PM me and we can go from there.

Regards
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