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

  • From: Analog X64 <analogx@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Toronto CBM <torontocbm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2009 21:27:49 -0400

I would pay $200 for something that is clean and tested.

I would not pay $100 for a filthy piece of junk, that may or may not work.

Here is what I saw.

1. Amiga Keyboard, very yellowed and alot keys missing.

1st Amiga labled Amiga 2000  it only had a floppy, powersupply, the motherboard 
was filthy and there
was a small card that I dont even know it belonged in there, it looked like a 
RAM Card with a lot of
empty sockets.

2nd Amiga had 2 floppys and an old segate, which looked like the same drive I 
have in my Amiga2000HD.

They both looked like they were stock amiga 2000's.  The one I have has the 
actuall 2000HD label on it.

Sometime next year I will revive it... which is why I was intertested getting 
these junks for the possiblity
of using them for repair.

I would pay $20-$25 each but not $100.

He said all 3 were on ebay, but I searched and couldnt find anything.

It could have been a bluff for me to offer more cash.

He dosent realise I'm not desperate to get them.

I'll go there in 8 days where if he hasnt sold them, he will be
the desperate one, and I'll offer $60 for all 3.

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