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Sunday March 15, 2009
11:06 PM

Someone I know has a Com. PET, TRS-80 Model II, etc for sale

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Passing this along out of my unending passion for old computers. Let me know if anything on the list interests you and I'll pass the query along. I got a Sun 3/60 from this guy and have been playing with that. That was back when the Sun boxes were 68k based. And quite industrial.

Quoting him:

All pieces are in full working order, unless otherwise stated.

TRS-80 Model II "Microcomputer"
This is a large beast (14" tall x 19" wide x 17" deep).
Display is not working, but it might be fixable.
If not, the rest can be used for parts. .....

Atari 520 ST computer + monitor + mouse. ......

Commodore Pet computer.
Works well, but keyboard is not too responsive.
PET logo is faded / scratched
Screen is good and clear, case in good shape. ........

Commodore 1701 monitor - great condition .........

Commodore 1702 monitor - great condition ........

Commodore datasette - decent condition.
Works, but the case is a bit scuffed up ........

Commodore C-64 power supply ........

Amiga 520 RF modulator
(Adapter for Amiga 500, to display on TVs and other monitors) ........

Amiga mouse ...........

Toshiba T1600 portable / laptop computer, circa 1988.
(one of the first laptops)
Works great, needs new CMOS battery.
Has 20 MB hard drive with MS-DOS 6.22 installed. ...........

Zenith 286 SuperSport, circa 1988.
Another early laptop ........

Tandy 1000 TX.
With keyboard, monitor (CGI).
Comes with some software and manuals.

Has no HD controller -- if one can be located, I believe I can get a
hard drive to work with this.

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