New Zealand Vintage and Classic Computer Collectors

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Michael Foot
Auckland
Website

Details last updated: 17th Aug, 2009

BBC Micro and Acorn computers

Any BBC or Acorn item, especially Acorn Atom, Acorn business machine, Acorn Unix box and Econet server.

Philip Avery
Wanganui

Details last updated: 17th Feb, 2010

Radio Shack TRS-80 Model III, Model 100 and Model 102, and a Kaypro II

 

Selwyn Arrow
North Shore

Details last updated: 17th Aug, 2009

Sorcerer

 

Michael Lasham
Waimauku/Auckland

Details last updated: 17th Aug, 2009

Sinclair

MK12, Sinclair C5 electric car, Sinclair calculators, Sinclair TV's

Carl Layton
Christchurch

Details last updated: 17th Aug, 2009

Macintosh.

a 'classic' system disk (ie, 9.2) for use on a g4 ibook

Richard Goulstone
Manukau

Details last updated: 17th Aug, 2009

Amstrad CPC + anything else Amstrad

Amstrad CPC Plus

Stephen Tse
Lower Hutt

Details last updated: 17th Aug, 2009

Apple IIe

Dinosaur Discovery Kit for Apple IIe

Aaron Wheeler
This Website or this one

Details last updated: 28th Aug, 2009

Sega 8bit Computers and Software

Sega SC3000 software, magazines and paperwork

Brady Wedding
Manakau

Details last updated 5th October, 2009

Mac classic 1&2
Mac performa 5400, Directors edition

 

Andrew Kerr
Featherston, Wairarapa
Co-founder of www.sc-3000.com
(Andrew can be contacted through the website above)

Details last updated 28th December, 2012

Several SEGA SC-3000/SC-3000H units, a SEGA SF-7000 control station and a significant collection of cassettes, cartridges, discs and publications for the SC-3000 and SF-7000

The Firefox and Bill’s Basement games and anything else that our group hasn’t seen or archived already.

Gavin Quayle
Stanmore Bay, Auckland
Website (Big change coming soon)

Details last updated 17th May, 2015

Amiga 500 (1.3)
Amiga 1200
1084S monitor

Anything Amiga related

Andy Gardner
Christchurch

Details last updated 21st December, 2015

Hewlett Packard Instrumentation/Test Equipment. Presently have: HP141T systems, 1415A TDR, 3586 SLM's, 5580B NIM rack, 105B, 5065A Rubidium Standard, 8640B's, etc.

Any pre-2000 HP equipment

Steven Senn
Hamilton

Details last updated 12th January, 2017

I principally collect early Apple or Compatibles (70s & 80s).

Currently in the stable are: Apple II+, Europlus, IIe, IIe Platinum, IIgs, IIc, IIc+, III, III+, Lisa, Mac 128K, 512K, Plus, Classic, SE, II IIci, DickSmith Cat, VTech Laser 128ex, Associated software, peripherals, many different expansion cards, magazines, manuals etc.

Early Apple I or II (any condition), Working Apple II Colour Composite Monitor,  Apple IIe Duo Drive with controller card.

Rob Bissett
Auckland

Details last added 21st August, 2019

Amiga 1200

Lots of boxed software and lots of software on disks non boxed.

Justin Mitchell
Taranaki
Website: www.youtube.com/breadbox

Details last updated 12th Jan, 2020

Commodore 3000H, VIC-20 (1st gen and 2nd gen), Commodore 64 Silver Label, C64 Breadbin/Breadbox, C46C, THEC64, C64 Mini, SX-64, Commodore 116, Commodore Plus4, C16, Commodore 128, Amiga 500, Amiga 600, Amiga 1200, Commodore PC-10 II, collecting unusual and cool Commodore 64 peripherals and Commodore 64 original games for display.

Units you want, and anything you don't want and would be happy to sell or trade: I am hoping to complete the collection for the Commodore Computer Museum. I plan to start here in New Plymouth, following the footsteps of Alan Gilchrist's Commodore Home Computer Museum NZ Ltd.

Michael Tropotov
Auckland

Details last updated 3rd July, 2020

Interested in ZX-Spectrum as it was the very first computer I had. I have got a russian clone of ZX-Spectrum which I took from Russia. It is a MAGIC-05 or might easier to find in google name KVORUM which is a very similar model with very tiny internal hardware adjustments. It has some very cool hand-made improvements as 128K (vs original 48K) and a music co-processor AY-3-8910. It also has a BETA-Disk controller and GOTEK-emulator with mods such as rotary encoder and OLED-display.

ZX-Spectrum NEXT, an original ZX-Spectrum and some new features for ZX like DIVMMC.

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