From: Marko Mäkelä (msmakela_at_gmail.com)
Date: 2009-02-05 10:06:43
I'm sorry to write this, but I don't think that I can devote enough time to my Commodore hobby. For now, I will keep the Commodore home computer line, but I would like to part with my PETs, which are rather bulky. This is not urgent; we will need more space late next year when my elder son starts school and needs an own room. I'm quoting this list from the top of my head. Contact me for more information. * CBM 200 a.k.a. Commodore PET 8032-SK * CBM 220 a.k.a. Commodore PET 8096D or 8296D (can't remember which) * CBM 8050 single-sided dual disk drive * CBM 8250 double-sided dual disk drive * CBM 720 a.k.a. B256-HP (somewhat burned image on the monitor) * Commodore PET 8032 (integrated keyboard) * Some exotic PET circuit boards and software * Commodore SuperPET (U.S. model) * Commodore B128 or B256 (U.S. model) * Two Commodore adding machines (U.S. model) * Various Commodore calculators The U.S. models (110V supply needed) and calculators are from George Page's collection that was bought by Bo Zimmerman. Bo shipped these items to me. All items should be in working condition. They are being stored indoors. I make no warranties, though. You know, old equipment can fail when not used for a long time. I have got most of these cheap or in exchange to services. The most expensive items were the U.S. stuff (a few hundred euros) and the CBM 220 that I repaired with a spare circuit board that Ruud kindly sent to me. I welcome all offers. I would prefer the buyer(s) to pick these up themselves at my home in Vantaa, Finland, but I can ship if needed, especially to people who I know. Best regards, Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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