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35887Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: Looking for non-working TS1500/2068.

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  • Christopher Blackmon
    May 9, 2014
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      Folks... before anyone else loses their minds, I'm not looking to destroy a working or fixable system... if I wanted
      to do that I could do it to any of the multitudes I already own.  I'm in my 40's and like to collect 8/16 bit systems
      mainly for the nostalgia factor.   I was just wondering if anyone had just a case/keyboard or one that had a system board
      beyond repair.

      I just thought the Pi in a ts1000 looked neat and was going to try it with a 1500 if I could find some misc parts that weren't
      being used.

      Perhaps I'll try building something with lego's that looks like a vintage computer or something.

      l8r,
      Christopher.



      From: corey986 <no_reply@yahoogroups.com>
      To: midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Friday, May 9, 2014 1:08 PM
      Subject: [midatlanticretro] Re: Looking for non-working TS1500/2068.

       
      I wouldn't destroy a vintage system for that, but 3D print up a new case for it that would look like a TS1500/2068.  A guy recently just did that with the Apple IIe and sells them.  He scaled it to size and also was able to print in good mounting points for the PI. 

      Otherwise we would have to hang you by your toenails and whip you with a wet noodle for even considering destroying a fixable system.   LOL

      Cheer,
      Corey


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