I just registered after discovering this board - I'm a kiwi who lives in the USA nowadays, but I'm back in NZ cleaning out Mums garage of accumulated machines, shipping some stuff back to the states, but realistically I can't ship it all... but I hate to just have it 'lost' or sent to the tip by someone. Mum lives in Lower Hutt and I'm here for for two more days - but can leave things in the garage for someone to pickup after I'm gone later on...
Here's the list of machines I'd like to put up on the board:
Terry has called dib's on these, other stuff below is available
Ohio Scientific machines + documentation + parts
Challenger 4P MF - 24K just like the adverts - machine + OSI floppy drive
Challenger 8P - Cassette - no case just 48 line bus + 502(505?) + 540B boards
5 x Superboard II's in various states
Modified RCA TV Set sold with NZ OSI Machines
Bunch of other boards. Some of these machines worked when put away but no idea now - I did fire up the 4P MF and got character mapped video but 'Break' didn't reset the CPU to the DWM? prompt. The Superboard II's are barebones but many have had the video, cassette and power interfaces soldered. There's A TON of documentation from the Wellington OSI Users Group - that the secretary gave me years back. and other places - Peek 65's OSI Small systems journals, OS65D disassemblies, hardware mods etc (3 or 4 FULL boxes)
Atari 8 bit equipment - in working order last time I tested about 2 years ago:
Atari 8 bit - My old PAL Atari 800XL - Everything except the 1050 was working last time I tried it - All atari stuff is in original boxes etc
Atari 800 XL - PAL
Atari 810 disk drive
Atari 1050 disk drive - Not sure where I got it - was dead when I got it, might be an easy repair (Blown bus-drivers like is common?)
DOS System II Master diskette
Atari 1010 tape drive (a bunch of tapes too - mostly games)
PSU's and cables included.
Box of ISA bus PC stuff
A bunch of ISA bus NIC's looks like 3 NE1000's a couple of WD's by looks of things tooNIC's
XT motherboard full of RAM, with CPU and FPU (NEC?)
486 DX/40 originally from LEAT - Leading Edge Advanced Technology.. in Upperhutt NZ No ram but looks fine.
3 or 4 video cards - Trident 8900 CL - ISA, Paradise VGA
ISA hard disk controllers
About 4 or 5 360 K Floppy drives
1 3.5 inch - I think 1.44 MB floppy drive
I'd prefer one person to take all the Atari stuff, and one person to take all the PC stuff, or one person to take all the Atari and ALL the PC stuff... to make things easier for my mum.
Please contact me via PM.