Computers for Sale / Trade / To Good Homes

Hi folks,

I’m clearing out my 8-bit computer collection. The following gems are up for sale, trade, or simply to be given away to good homes. Make me a reasonable offer, to my email. Crosspost anywhere you like.

iCOM 3712 Dual Disk Drive Cabinet (for Altair):
s/n 1567, model # 3712-50
+ Compupro enclosure (S-100 bus + power supply)
+ Compupro arbitrated 24 bit DMA hard disk controller
+ Compupro arbitrated 24 bit DMA floppy disk controller
+ Fujitsu 20MB Hard Drive in full size enclosure w/ power supply

Commodore Business Machines
Commodore VIC-20 Paddle set, in original box
Commodore 64 in original box
Commodore 1571 in original box
Commodore 128 w/Software, S/N CA1109269
Commodore 64, no box
Commodore 1571, no box
Commodore 128D, no box
Commodore plus/4 - in original packaging, all original materials
Commodore 1541 disk drive - no box, dust cover
Commodore 64, no box, dust cover
Commodore modem
Commodore C2N cassette unit
The Connection Vic-20/C64 to parallel port converter
Giant box of Commodore 64 cartridges and floppies (GAMES)
Amdek Color 300 15" monitor.  Has NTSC Composite and Chroma/Lumina

Atari 130XE
Atari 400
Atari 410 cassette tape drive
Atari 600 in original packaging
Atari 800
Atari 800XL (x2)
Atari 1010 cassette tape drive
5x Atari 1050 floppy drives
Atari 801 dot matrix printer
  + plethora of games on floppy and cartridge
  + assorted joysticks & paddles.
Edumate Light Pen + Peripheral Vision -- Atari and C64 compatible

HP-41C full printed manual set (no calc)
HP 82153A -- HP-41C optical wand (complete)
HP-41C Games Manual
HP-41C Synthetic Programming Guide

Apple ][
Apple ][+ with Microsoft 16K Language Card and Kensington System Saver
  and Marcey Inc. parallel interface (slot #1)
  and Disk ][ interface card (slot #6) + 1 Disk ][
  and Monitor II m/n A2M2010 s/n 0872113
  and Panasonic Auto Stop cassette player.
Apple //e with Extended 80 Column Card, Disk ][ interface card + 1 Disk ][
  and lots of manuals
Apple //e (Enhanced, with MouseText)
Epson HomeWriter 10 dot matrix printer, 100CPS.  S/N 017835
  Includes parallel port interface cartridge, manuals, original packaging
Apple Duodisk

Apple Macintosh
Apple Macintosh 512K in original packaging + extra external 3 1/2" floppy drive
Apple Macintosh IIcx, no memory, no HD, "Macintosh II" video card.

Original Copy II PC board with manual (requires 360K 5 1/4" drive)

Sanyo Creative Computer (CP/M) MBC-1000AUS  S/N 56820908
  Floppy drive shows some damage (will not close).  Includes CP/M.

2x Sun-1 computers, missing CPU cards.  Only includes 2xmonochrome
  graphics cards and 2x 3Com 3Mbit/10Mbit ethernet cards (one is a
  prototype).  Extremely rare -- these are Stanford University
  Network computers, NOT SPARC machines.  They were originally
  68010-based computers.  Non-operational.
Sun GDM-17E10 17" multisync color monitor
Sun Type 5 keyboard (with Control key aligned with home row) and
optical mouse w/ required optical pad.

Radio Shack TRS-80 Model III  S/N 00013665
  2x 5 1/2" floppy drives
  + boot diskette + 4 application diskettes
Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer 2.

Texas Instruments
TI99/4A personal computer
  + cartridges
  + cassette tapes

Mattel Aquarius + custom, homebrew extension board of unknown function
Timex Sinclair 1000 (aka Spectrum ZX81)
  + original manual
  + 16KB ram expansion
Mitsubishi C-3919N, 19" analog RGB monitor, s/n 2030490, March 1982
  40-70Hz Vertical, 15.5-23.5kHz Horizontal, max 350x280 resolution
  Perfect for analog NTSC video work or arcade cabinet refurbishment
NEC Multisync 3D monitor (1024x768, capable of NTSC frequencies)
Zenith Z-19 Serial Terminal (VT-52 alike)

8 thoughts on “Computers for Sale / Trade / To Good Homes

  1. In another time and place I would, but I have over a dozen CBM machines and as many drives to get rid of.

  2. At some point, too, I’ll get an old 75-pound steel CBM PET with the little black-and-white screen and tape drive and calculator keyboard, and copies of


    Somewhere on the ‘net I found a binary copy of dungeon once…

    Hmm, and then there’s the original MECC disk #3 version of Oregon… "TYPE BANG: "

    <3 <3 <3

    Hey, how did they do PETSCII anyway? Was it 3 sets of 256 glyphs each or what? Only stuff I was able to google had screenshots of stuff from Europe w/ no details... maaan, atari was better to its developers :)

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