Classic Computer Stuff Wanted
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- Tektronics 564B oscilliscope manual
Have the scope, but it is broken, and the manual that I have is
not close enough (that manual is for a 564, not a 564B).
Until I get the manual, the scope itself is on my
"for trade" page.
(I know these manuals are available for sale, but they cost more than
the scope itself did.
So I'm hoping to find one for trade, or really cheap.)
- E&L MMD-2 Microcomputer Design System, user's manual or info
I have one of these things, but no manual for it.
Some things I have figured out; others will take serious effort.
- Cartridges for the Radio Shack Color Computer (1 or 2).
- Instructions for the Audio Spectrum Analyzer cartridge.
- Cartridges for the Atari 400 or 800 computers.
- Southwest Technical Products Corp,
Successor to their TV-typewriter, boasted a 16-line by 64-character
display, baud rates from 110 up to 1200, and both upper and lower
I have a partially-assembled CT-64 kit, but no monitor for it.
- Southwest Technical Products Corp, Minifloppy Disk System documentation
- Southwest Technical Products Corp, boot disks
For their classic 6800 system.
I have one, but no cables to connect it to anything, no docs to help
me figure it out, and no disks to read once I get it working.
- Smoke Signal Broadcasting, BFD-68
Contains from one to three 5.25" floppy disk drives.
Here is a nice
of a BFD-68 with a SwTPC 6800, at the
Obsolete Computer Museum
- Lear-Seigler, ADM-31 service manual
I have a broken one, and would like to fix it, but have no docs.
- Ohio Scientific, C1P, C2P, C4P, C8P...
Eight-bit machines, 6502 and Z80.
I very nearly ordered one of these once, despite being much too poor
to afford it.
I still have their catalog, and it still looks beautiful.
- Heathkit, H8
Mostly interested in 2708's, 2716's, or 2732's.
Also possibly anything smaller.
Those old machines want old EPROMs, you know.
- Atari Asteroids arcade game
Like that old computer stuff, I've wanted one of these things for
Ideally it would be the original Asteroids, and not the Deluxe version.
Even more ideally, it would already be in central North Carolina, so
shipping wouldn't be (much of) an issue.
- Cinematronics "Rip Off" arcade game
I used to try to keep a price with each item that I'd be willing to pay
for it, but that is very hard to guess when the things are not actually
available, and without knowing how much space won't be available in my
apartment when those things appear.
So I've removed those.
If you have one of these things that you want to get rid of, let me
know, and we can negotiate.
Don't worry, I'm not a used-car dealer or anything.
See also my list of stuff available for trade
in case money isn't your thing. :-)
Last updated: 29-Sep-99
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