RE: [Altair Computer Club] How to sell 8080b??
- First, the sales price depends on the condition, the number of boards included and the working status. If you can check to see if they power up, if you can single step through addresses and see the data, can possibly even run a short program, that would improve the value. Including a memory board, the CPU board, a serial board at the very least, gives the impression this is a complete system. Additional boards would, of course, help.
Hey by the way, if you have a modem double board, email me at dougls1@.... This is a daughter modem board with an 88SIOB card.
I track prices on ebay and have many Altairs with different models represented. I have been surprised at the variation in how high and low these can go for. Set your reserve price carefully and don't put a high starting bid.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: 8/15/2004 5:15:32 PM
Subject: [Altair Computer Club] How to sell 8080b??
Hi, I was surprised to find this group. I was involved in the
microcomputer revolution during the 1970's and built a few MITS
8080b and Sol Processor Technology computers. Even developed the
first micro based system used by my company (using a 4004). I'm now
I still have 2 8080b (and 2 Sol Processor Technologies) in my
basement collecting dust, my wife insists I throw them out. I also
probably have at least 50 S100 boards (now without documentation),
(memory, serial, speech recognition, etc.). I notice that on eBay
people are buying these relics?
Any advice on how I should prep these items for sale? Where is the
best place to sell them? What can I expect them to go for?
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