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#1 2014-05-28 05:01:02

Cosmo
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Cosmo's stuff

Beginning of the list:

DESKTOP:

Apple ][ (original late 1978 Revision 2, needs keyboard fixing on few keys)
Apple ][+
Apple ][+
Apple ][+ (8002) with original Apple leather bag. Basicly upgraded to Europlus with video/color mod.
Apple ][+ clone (Taiwan) - wrong psu currently, need correct one.
Apple ][ europlus
Apple ][ europlus
Apple ][ europlus
Apple ][ europlus
Apple //e (early case&keyboard, rev.b board serial 006023)
Apple //e + monitor stand
Apple //e
Apple //e "65c02" (European)
Apple //e (italian keyboard with swe/fin keyboard rom)
Apple //e platinum (AE 115-220V PSU) *my main //e*
Apple //c + bag + monitor & stand in original box (ROM0)
Apple //c + monitor + stand (ROM0)
Apple //c (ROM0)
Apple //c (ROM255)
Apple //c (ROM255)
Apple //c (ROM 0)
Apple //c (ROM 0)
Apple //c plus (universal powersupply, vga-adapter, floppyemu)
Apple IIgs (115v)
Apple IIgs (230v EURO model)
Apple IIgs (rebuilt 230V powersupply, ROM3, 8MB RAM/ROM-card from A2heaven, CFFA3000, DVI-adapter)
Apple /// 128k (12v)
Apple /// 256k (5v) *working* with universal powersupply
Apple Monitor II
Apple Monitor III
Apple //c monitor + stand
Apple //c monitor + stand
China Education Computer (CEC-I)

Macintosh 128k (was upgraded to 512k, orgininal 128k board replaced) With 400k external drive.
Macintosh 128k (upgraded to Plus with SCSI) + original macintosh bag
Macintosh 512kE (with SCSI)
Macintosh Plus (4Mb)
Macintosh Plus (4Mb + custom added HDD)
Macintosh Plus
Macintosh SE/30 
Macintosh Color Classic + Apple //e-card

Macintosh IIfx 
Macintosh IIci
Macintosh Quadra 700

PowerMacintosh G4 Cube 450mhz + powersupply + speakers
Powermac G4 Sawtooth 400mhz (upgraded with NewerTech MaxPower G4 4774 1,6 GHz CPU)
Apple Network Server 700/150
Mac Mini G4 1.25Ghz


LAPTOPS:

Macintosh Portable (with case)
Macintosh Portable (display panel & cable missing) // both portables need batteries to be redone
iBook G3 orange + box
iBook 12"
iBook 14"
PowerBook 15"
Powerbook G3 400 Pismo



HANDHELD:

Quicktake 100
Quicktake 150
eMate 300
Newton 120 (boxed) with Macintosh connector-kit (boxed)
Newton 120 w/20Mb memory card
iPhone 3G (used, but boxed)



OTHER:

Apple PowerCD (With dock, psu, remote, AV-cables) > need apple powered speakers to go with this.
AppleCD SC
AppleCD SC (NOS, never used - empty replacement case with powersupply)
AppleCD 300
Apple SC 20
Apple SC 160
Apple Profile 5Mb


NON-APPLE:

Commodore 64 (boxed)
Commodore 64 (boxed) ceramic VIC-II (2383)
Commodore 64 (ceramic VIC-II 4882) KU-14194HB-board, VIC-20 colored keyboard.
Commodore 64 (1984)
Commodore 64 & C64C's (several, all more of less projects/parts)
Commodore 128
Commodore 128DCR (with keyboard)
Commodore Amiga 500 - Kickstart 1.3, like new, used slightly.
Commodore Amiga 500 - Kickstart 1.3 + 2.04, external hdd.
Commodore Amiga 1000 + keyboard (-> missing the original L-shaped connector mouse! anyone have one to sell?)
Commodore Amiga 1200 (Kickstart 3.1) + CF 4GB HDD + new floppy drive.



LOOKING FOR:

Apple computers:
...anything Apple ][ and ///...

Apple IIe "GS" (upgrade, GS in //e case)
Apple IIGS "Woz edition"
Apple //c (NTSC, ROM3)
ITT 2020 (Apple II+ offical UK clone)
Apple ///+
Apple Lisa
Apple Lisa II
Apple ][ graphics tablet + cable + pen

Apple ][ & /// - cards:
-Accelerator cards
-Ramfactor III
-EDD-card (original)
-Alaskacard (original)
-512k RAM card for ///
+more more more more! etc..etc..

Macintosh:
Macintosh 128k (non upgraded)
Macintosh 512k (non upgraded)
Macintosh XL

Other:
Commodore SX-64
Commodore 64 (early silver-label unit, 1982)
Commodore Amiga 1000 - mouse (specific L-shaped connector)
Commodore Amiga 1010 - external 3.5" floppy drive
Atari 800 (with euro psu)


!APPLE ][ and /// SOFTWARE!

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#2 2014-06-09 10:32:07

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

I think i'll list other than just machines, good place for keeping inventory LOL

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#3 2014-07-09 06:14:07

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

We've managed to move into new house, but the space i was hoping for, is not *enough* for "hoarding" (collecting).. i've managed to add an Amiga 500 and looking for Amiga 1000 or/and 2000 but those are rare thesedays too. Working Commodore 64 (breadbin) is what i am also looking. I need to slim down some, so extra IIsi needs to go atleast and that iMac G3 due space limitation, unless i'll use it as "decorative" piece in living room LOL

What comes to Apple stuff, been quiet on that front. Trying to finalize an deal about PowerCD and saw an nice set of Apple //c but that is getting too expensive for me, i already have two working complete sets and one with powersupply missing/internal power convertor, so it's not an big deal. Can easily spot the fact that prices have went up *a lot* within few years. It's just nuts.

My setup is not been built yet. Only having Macbook 13" (late 2007) as main machine hooked up but i'll get things setup soon, can't wait to have permanent places for machines to be used!

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#4 2014-07-09 12:39:44

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

Yeah, when I bought my house I thought I'd have a lot more space too!

I mean, I do, but there's never enough. smile

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#5 2014-08-25 09:58:10

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

I've finally given up and gotten some Commodore products as you can see smile Had C128 and A500 back in the day, later models are unknown to me so there's some interest there as well. Hope to find C128D someday. Pickings are getting slimmer.

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#6 2014-08-25 15:44:48

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

A500s multiply in closets, I think. I have three. How did I get three?!

I want to put Amix on my A3000, and I even have an A3070 tape drive, but I'm having too much fun on the A4000T. I don't regret having gotten rid of the A1200 anymore; this A4000T is a wonderful AGA system and with the 56MHz '060 it flies in AmigaOS 3.9.

I still love the Commodore 8-bits best of all. I have a 128DCR on my desk, which is a fine computer, and multiple SX-64 systems. I'd love to get a C65; my Commodore rarities only extend to a blue-label PET 2001, several KIM-1s, a 116 (with an NTSC crystal) and a C64GS.

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#7 2014-08-25 17:04:49

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

I think I still have four Commodore Plus/4 in the boxes if anyone wants one.


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#8 2014-08-25 20:33:10

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Hmm - there's a Commodore 128 of some kind with an 5 1/4 disk drive at the Twin Cities Free Geek last I checked. If someone is interested I can find out more.

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#9 2014-08-26 02:14:19

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

mcdermd wrote:

I think I still have four Commodore Plus/4 in the boxes if anyone wants one.

I used to do my home budget on a +4. I think I was the only person who ever used the built-in software. lol

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#10 2014-08-26 04:05:13

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

Hmm, I'd consider it, except after reading about it on Wikipedia, it might be better to wait for a C64 instead.

It's really tempting though. How much would you want for it?

c


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Secondary Macs: Early '08 Mac Pro, Mid '12 MacBook Pro 15"
Playthings: Mac SE/30, 3.0 GHz Mavericks-based HackServe, Many others....
Desired: Lisa, Kanga PowerBook G3, Apple IIc, Apple II, Spare parts, etc.

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#11 2014-08-26 05:30:34

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

Looking for Amiga 1000 parts if somebody happen to have, specially the L-shaped connector mouse, external Commodore 3.5" floppy drive etc.

ClassicHasClass! You have A4000? That's a *beast*!

Tried fixing one external 3.5" floppy drive yesterday evening, no dice on that. The head just wont move.

Waiting for the Ultimate 1541-II to arrive next month for C64...

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#12 2014-08-26 14:50:25

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cc333 wrote:

it might be better to wait for a C64 instead.

The +4 is not a bad computer. It has very nice graphics, for example, and BASIC 3.5 is very well designed. Its chief sins are incompatibility with just about everything, no sprites, and (compared to SID) lousy sound. If you were looking for a representative Commodore system, then yes, go get a 64 -- it runs nearly everything and everyone will recognize it. If you were looking for a less-common Commodore system you'll have fun programming, a +4 is not a bad way to go.

That said, the Commodore I use most is a C128DCR, and it's usually in 64 mode. tongue

Cosmo wrote:

You have A4000? That's a *beast*!

It's not just an A4000, it's a QuikPak A4000T. It has a 56MHz '060, 128MB fast RAM (plus the standard 2MB chip RAM), Picasso IV RTG card (plus AGA of course), Hydra NIC, SCSI/IDE, CD and Zip drives. It runs 3.9 like nobody's business. Quake, Rise of the Triad and NetSurf are actually playable/usable on it. I also have a crapload of WHDLoad games on it so I can play Marble Madness and Defender of the Crown periodically. smile

It cost me a lot of money, but I love it. It was a big jump from the A3000 and A1200.

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#13 2014-09-01 11:43:00

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Re: Cosmo's stuff

Picked up an Salora Manager (made by vTech in Hong Kong) finnish version of Laser 2001.
Nice small machine with 6502@2Mhz. Too bad no PSU so there's no way right now powering it up.

http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=1118

Could run game console modules with super-rare adapter:
http://www.pelikonepeijoonit.net/articl … n-module-1

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#14 2014-09-01 20:27:22

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What a fascinating computer. I like how it bridged the console and home computer markets. Too bad it looks like both Laser and Salora botched the marketing.

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#15 2014-09-04 09:51:19

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Ended up *not* getting that Salora Manager unit. But i am looking for one.

Ordered an ROM 3.1's for the A1200, new floppy drive and CF-IDE-adapter with 4GB CF ready-installed.

Slim pickings on 68k Mac's over here. Just not anything interesting around. Also, still not a word from he guy who had PowerCD -drive with dock/remote. Bummer. It's been months now.

Getting more and more interested getting an Apple //c+ but those are quite expensive what i've seen. 220v power supply would be another matter on those. No EU model made.

Managed to swap an boxed disk game to Commodore 64 disk game to Commodore 128D. I am not so much into collecting boxed games so it was ok with me. Now need to get few things fixed. The rubber-feet are missing, the drive has issues (need to press the disk to get it loaded) and the PSU is making noises at times as well for some reason i can not get the C128 mode to display text. Only the colors (border/center).

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#16 2014-09-15 09:05:01

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Bought an LC II to make the LC -pizza style box collection more complete LOL for 20€
4 MB RAM, 80 MB HDD, System 7.1 installed, keyboard, mouse, VGA-adapter.

Bought also an boxed, Commodore 64 (1983, Rev.B) with ceramic VIC-II chip (date: 2383) with powersupply, datasette-casette player and Ghostbusters (tape) -game for 30€

...and i am supposed to CUT DOWN???!

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#17 2014-09-15 13:38:39

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I'm not sure if the LC2 increases or decreases the total value of your collection. lol

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#18 2014-09-16 05:54:27

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ClassicHasClass wrote:

I'm not sure if the LC2 increases or decreases the total value of your collection. lol

LOL it's not about value, more likely the space tongue aaaw... i do need to cut down. How it can be so difficult for me?

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#19 2014-11-19 07:47:58

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Just got an gift from a friend, opened, harddrive removed, Powerbook G4
No idea if it works or not, need to assemble it and try what happens. If not, good spare machine for my own 15" G4 i have.

Bought also an while back an Apple //e with Disk ][ drive and few cards on it. Oddly it does *not* have 80col/64k card but i had an spare. Never seen an Apple //e without the 80col/64k card before LOL

Cleaned the machine, and turns out one key have issues, need to investigate that. Scandinavian layout. A friend will read the keyboard/video ROM's to binary files and make an EPROM backup chips out of those.

The board is later but it does not have enchanced ROM's on it.

The Disk ][ drive did not work. I replaced the logicboard on the drive and the cable, cleaned it and adjusted the speed, it works fine now.


also....might be getting an Apple Network Server by the end of the year. Woooah!

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#20 2014-11-19 14:09:48

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Very nice, I like that 'Book. ANS! cool Which one?


<  .  .  .  just got a second LC, wonders what that did to the value of his goodies.  >

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#21 2014-11-27 12:21:14

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jt wrote:

Very nice, I like that 'Book. ANS! cool Which one?

I don't know, yet. Let's see when this happens..

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#22 2014-11-27 17:27:12

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Good to see another ANS going to someone who will value it. I think a lot of them were scrapped back in the day, and there weren't great numbers to begin with. sad

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#23 2014-12-03 06:39:16

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Donation (part 1.. more coming.. ANS..) i received yesterday;

Hardware:

-Tecmar Mac Drive (with cable) - this is the first unit imported to finland back in the day. I think he said it was 5Mb version of it.
-> anyone have software needed this booted up?

-Club Mac external SCSI hdd enclousure
-Micronet external SCSI hdd enclousure (2 pcs)
-Apple //c PAL Modulator adapter


Books / Software / other:

Apple LocalTalk Locking Connector Kit Din 8 (boxed)
Apple IIe reference manual
Apple IIc Setting up your Apple //c (still sealed)
Apple II The DOS manual
Apple /// Standard Device Drivers
-> Oh man, i can't believe how difficult finding an actual Apple /// unit is! sad
57 Practical Programs & games in Basic (Radioshack 1978)
Apple II Apple Logo
-> Boxed but missing the manual - anyone have extra copy?
Apple II refefence manual (never opened)
Apple II Fortran
Apple II Basic Programming Manual
Box of 3.5" macintosh disks & box (about 100)
-> lots of Localized System disks from 5 up to versions of 6 among other mostly interesting sales-info-stuff from the 80's.

and... Apple sleeping bag (!) LOL, oh yes. Promotional item from 80's or early 90's i'd say.

Other non Apple/Macintosh..
Commodore 64 (1982 board) SWE/FIN keyboard + ROM's + VIC-20 styled keyboard
Commodore 64 (4982-dated SID-chip as the 1982-model i got, had SID replaced with 1986 dated one)
Amiga 1200 (Topcase for Gotek-usb-floppy project)
Tons of Amiga 3.5" floppies
External 3.5" floppy drive for Amiga
etc


--- and ordered also the FLOPPY EMULATOR (!) finally! big_smile

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#24 2014-12-03 06:42:11

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ClassicHasClass wrote:

Good to see another ANS going to someone who will value it. I think a lot of them were scrapped back in the day, and there weren't great numbers to begin with. sad

Oh yeah. Specially here, only 5 (five, yes) were imported so far i know of (i have quite good source on this..). I can't wait to get this. He have it on his summer cabin's car garage.. hope it's not totally destroyed by the moisture etc.

Is there any good source of the A/UX installation media?

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#25 2014-12-03 17:33:20

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Cosmo wrote:

Is there any good source of the A/UX installation media?

Correct me if I'm wrong but the ANS is the mutant cube-shaped PowerPC server, right? In which case it uses AIX, not A/UX.


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