RE: [midatlanticretro] Tandy stuff available
- I'll know it when I hear it.From: Chris M [mailto:chrism3667@...]hey Evan...you wouldnt by some chance mean
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Subject: RE: [midatlanticretro] Tandy stuff available
WWWIIINNNDDDOOOWWWSSS, would you???
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> Isuppose it's okay to talk about running vintage
>not-quite-vintage computers. Basically what we
avoid at all costs is the
> "W" term.From: tfagan@...
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>on the Sensation
> Tandy's claim (I believe) was based
being the first
> (?) mainstream PC to have thegraphics/sound
capabilities it had, as
> well as the fact it had aCD-Rom (Ooooooooooh!!!
>(he knew me from NJ
> As Mason T. e-mailed off-list
back in the 80s) - I
> should bite my tonguecalling the Sensation the
> machine when I, myself,was a very happy Amiga owner
through the late
> 80s! I defended myselfby pointing out it was
> er... advertising for themachine that made that
claim - not me
> personally! :-)pas. I even read
> I'd also like to apologize for my retro-group faux
> the FAQ Saturday when I signed up, and what is oneof my first posts
> about??? A 486 machine!!! Doh!if it was considered rare, but
> I just wanted to know
> from you'smarter-than-me-about-these-matters' forum
participants - if
> a 486will run 286 and 386 software reliably. That's
actually what I
>wanted to know most. My bad... Take solace in the
fact that 90+% of my
> vast collection came into existence between the late70s and the mid
> 80s! ;-)))<http://groups.yahoo.com/gads?t=ms&k=Vintage+computer&w1=Vintage+computer&w2
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- Mike:sounds like a fare enough deal to me. If you have a coco3 you don't need (especially any games, floppy drive or joysticks) I'd really be interested. Send me a private email if you're interested and we'll arrange something offline.KellyPS All 16s have been accounted for. Still have a few model 12's and a few model II's.-----Original Message-----Kelly I havn't posted here before because I'm not as computer literate as everyone else. However, I would love a Model 12 or 16 as I have only ever seen them at your exhibit at TCF last year. I have a working color computer 3 and a box of TRS-80 stuff which I'm sure you have but you could check. (maybe there is something there you could use) A coco3 is not an equal trade for a 12 or 16 and I'm happy to make a contribution and also pay you some gas money for the trips to South Jersey which I'm sure added up to over 500 miles. Also I live in Somerset County NJ and a trip up North is fine with me Thanks Mike
From: M. Frank [mailto:mmfrank2001@...]
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 7:36 PM
Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Tandy stuff available
PS I'm not looking for a Model II b/c I've used them
Kelly Leavitt <kelly@...> wrote:
These are in addition to any other trades already made (BillD and Mike)...
Model II's (2 of them)
Model II drive units (2 of them)
Model 12's (3 of them)
Model 16b's (at least 2)
8" disks, new in shrink wrap
All the computers have matching keyboards.
Have to come to North Jersey if you want any (limit one each to a customer).
I'll post on ClassicCmp on comp.sys.tandy Thursday if no one else wants
them. Trade me something Tandy, or something else interesting....
I need a Tandy DT-100 terminal
A functional Model I
A PT-210 (I think, printing terminal, looks like a CoCo)
A CoCo 3
CoCo multipack interface
Any of the hand held Tandy computer (not the 100 line, I have those)
A functional Model 600
Tandy VM-1 monitor or Multisync II or original Multisync
A functional Model 2000
A functional Model 1000a (may as well start on the PC lines)
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