[torontocbm] Re: Amiga 2000s at A-1 Electronics

  • From: James Alexander <james.m.alexander@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: torontocbm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2009 11:39:17 -0400

It's nothing other than greed.

Burt wrote:
I bet he lacks the technical knowledge to even test it.  I can understand the 
price if machine is fully tested and has no battery leak...  but from a novice 
seller $100 is insane.  I wouldn't offer more than $25 for untested machine...

--- On Fri, 9/18/09, Analog X64 <analogx@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: Analog X64 <analogx@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [torontocbm] Re: Amiga 2000s at A-1 Electronics
To: "Toronto CBM" <torontocbm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Friday, September 18, 2009, 6:29 AM

For those that maybe wondering.

I went to the store and the owner said he is selling it on
ebay for $100 each.

Its one of those situations where someone thinks because it
maybe a classic
computer that they can make a ton of money off of it.

Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 17:27:39
From: va3rca@xxxxxxxx
Subject: [torontocbm] Amiga 2000s at A-1 Electronics
To: torontocbm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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I don't know if
anyone is looking for these, but I noticed 3 Amiga 2000
computers at A-1 Electronics.  They looked like
fixer-uppers but sometimes dirt can be misleading.
If you need their location: http://www.a1parts.com/ The also had an Apple II if anyone out there is
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