Bill D iis bringing...
- Here is my list so far
Princeton monochrome IBM PC-clone monitor, well tested/working
360K disk drive, half height 5 1/4" (tested/working)
1.2M disk drive half height 5 1/4" (tested a few months ago probably still working)
2 5155 chassis/motherboards with likely working monitors (bad power supplies)
Toshiba T3100SX laptop (bad power supply, should be OK otherwise with bag and software if I can find it.)
[Did I miss something?]
For traveling Commodore PET/IEEE drive diagnostics/repair shop
CBM 256-80 (works)
8088 co-processor card (untested) for B Series
PET 8032 (works)
8050 drive (works)
IEEE to PET cables, IEEE to IEEE cables
a few 8050 "parts units" drives to cannibalize
Magic diagnostic software disks that solve all problems and answer all questions
Factory tech diagnostic carts for C-64/C128/SX-64 systems (if requested)
box of diskettes
For trade (brought only if requested)
http://vintagecomputer.net/browse_thread.cfm?id=192 (IBM PC --> PS/2 )
And one shrubbery
I dont know if anyone would want to see this, but I have a DVD copy of the death bed vigil
It is basically Dave Haynies home movies on the last day at Commodore.
The only good part is the beginning where Dave Hayine is walking through whats left of the commodore building and he gives you a really sad tour.
- Hopefully a not too expensive one yes?
--- In email@example.com, B Degnan <billdeg@...> wrote:
> Here is my list so far
> And one shrubbery*