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Offline spihunter

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #15 on: May 20, 2007, 03:10:46 AM »
C128D Keyboards are a pretty damn rare item!. It took me two years to find one :crazy:
 

Offline Amiduffer

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #16 on: November 03, 2007, 05:16:59 AM »
Seen at the weird place 2 November 2007



A complete C=64 set, with two disk drives, and two joysticks




and this is a closeup of one of the joysticks that I took out of the box to show. Looks in terrific shape.
Amiga 3000D UP and running! Hear that clicking. 8)
Amiga 3000D & 4000D in storage sadly.
 

Offline Amiduffer

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #17 on: December 05, 2007, 07:01:17 AM »
Amiga gear seen at the WHouse 4 December 07

One Supra Ram board for the A2000, populated with 4 megs of ram and looking in decent shape. according to the BBOAH, it was the later rev. model. Its available for $25 as-is.

BBOAH site

and the ramboard they have at the store:

Amiga 3000D UP and running! Hear that clicking. 8)
Amiga 3000D & 4000D in storage sadly.
 

Offline retrorandy

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #18 on: December 21, 2007, 08:33:54 AM »
Wow, GREAT find! I love Weird Stuff and Urban Ore in Berkeley rocks the house. You just never know what you'll find in that place. About 2 years ago I found an old Amiga 2000 with a Video Toaster and I believe a GVP 040 card. The Amiga was dead, but the accelerator card worked when I plopped it into another Amiga 2000 I had at home.

Never quite figured out the Video Toaster. I believe it had some sort of other audio looking boards with it. Been thinking about possibly selling the boards to someone who could actually use them.

I just had to register when I saw that someone else actually checks out these local wonderful places for retroCOMPUTING in the Bay Area. Let me know if you ever want to meet up & dig around for stuff together.
 

Offline weirdami

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #19 on: December 21, 2007, 10:11:44 AM »
@retrorandy

You guys can arm wrestle to see who gets the keep what you find together.  :idea:
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Offline SamOS39

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #20 on: December 21, 2007, 12:10:47 PM »
wow check out the 68k CPUs :-o

Offline Amiduffer

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #21 on: January 03, 2008, 08:03:39 PM »
Quote

retrorandy wrote:
Wow, GREAT find! I love Weird Stuff and Urban Ore in Berkeley rocks the house. You just never know what you'll find in that place. About 2 years ago I found an old Amiga 2000 with a Video Toaster and I believe a GVP 040 card. The Amiga was dead, but the accelerator card worked when I plopped it into another Amiga 2000 I had at home.
 


Ah! You're the one who snagged that! I saw it too, but didn't have the $$ or space at the time so I had to say bye bye.

What kind of sound card did it have?
Amiga 3000D UP and running! Hear that clicking. 8)
Amiga 3000D & 4000D in storage sadly.
 

Offline Amiduffer

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #22 on: May 08, 2008, 10:43:20 PM »
Seen May 5th at the warehouse, both models of C64, although I had no chance to examine it very closely due to limited time:



Call for info. That's the PSU brick sitting on top of the monitor. Good luck. :-)
Amiga 3000D UP and running! Hear that clicking. 8)
Amiga 3000D & 4000D in storage sadly.
 

Offline Amiduffer

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #23 on: July 22, 2008, 04:53:54 AM »
Spotted July 21st!

The C= A2000 Ram board that I mentioned earlier.

A small container with about 20 to 30 IDE/Compact Flash adaptors for the insane price of $5 each!

Had to buy one of those. Soon as I find a decent size CF card, that puppy is going in my A4000!
Amiga 3000D UP and running! Hear that clicking. 8)
Amiga 3000D & 4000D in storage sadly.
 

Offline countzero

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #24 on: July 22, 2008, 06:05:22 AM »
insane price of 5$ each ? dude you got ripped off ... I buy them for 1.5$ here locally. Even ebay has them for 5$ SHIPPED.

linky

now if you said SCSI/IDE adapter it would be totally different story ...
I believe in mt. Fuji
 

Offline Amiduffer

Re: Weird Stuff Warehouse
« Reply #25 on: May 21, 2009, 06:21:54 PM »
Visited May 17th. The C= monitor and Supra Ram card are still there if someone needs some extra Ram for their A2000.
Amiga 3000D UP and running! Hear that clicking. 8)
Amiga 3000D & 4000D in storage sadly.