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Offline weirdami

Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #15 on: October 19, 2008, 03:52:29 AM »
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DSS8+ Digital Sound Studio in original package ... $72


Wow, and I traded one of those for an A520 not too too long ago.
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Offline nine3o

Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #16 on: October 19, 2008, 03:52:42 PM »
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Yes, yes I do believe I saw a few of them.


Let me know your asking price when you sort out your pile and get to them and maybe we can strike a deal out side of eBay.
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Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #17 on: October 20, 2008, 01:56:05 AM »
Added Paloma video tuner for Picasso IV and A64 ver3.0 emulator package as 7 day auctions! Starting price is $0.01 with no reserve!

Added Repulse sound card to the store.

That's it for today, more next week!

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Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #18 on: October 20, 2008, 06:28:34 AM »
Did you take it all out of the boxes and take a single giant picture of it all with your dog in there for scale? Later on, at least, then, perhaps just a gigantic list of everything so we can all see how hauly you were?
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Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #19 on: October 20, 2008, 02:01:52 PM »
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weirdami wrote:
Did you take it all out of the boxes and take a single giant picture of it all with your dog in there for scale? Later on, at least, then, perhaps just a gigantic list of everything so we can all see how hauly you were?


The haul is too big to unpack all at once in Red's Retro corporate office. I can give a partial list, but it is by no means complete. There is much more than what is on this list.

Here is a sampling:

A600HD Pal in box
A4000 prototype (black bezel)
A2000 new in box with PIV, Widlfire, Bigfoot
Access Amiga clone on a card
A500 Plus in Box
A500 design series (both models)
C A4000T
A3000T
Mikronik infinitiv A1200 BPPC + Grexx or Mediator in box
CDTV + SCSI TV with HD, + kbd, mouse, trackball, floppy, software
CDTV CR + kbd, mouse, trackball, floppy, software
CD32 + SX32 Pro 030, kbd, mouse, floppy software
A4000 New in box + 060 + Grex
A3000 in box
A1000 kwikstart, ADIDE HD in box
A1000 in box
A1000 stuff (rejuvenator, genlock , floppy, ....
BPPC 060 + BVIsion - BPPC not working, BVision not tested
BPPC 060
MTec 020 for A500
CD32 030 dev board
WarpEngine 3040
Apollo 620
BPPC 040 SCSI
CStorm MK3 060
Apollo 630 Turbo
Viper 520CD
Viper 520CD dead
Amiga Books + WB Books Sets + WB DIsks
Amiga schematics for almost every model
Box of Amiga games
Box of Amiga Software
Blizzard SCSI kit
BVIsion
CyberVision
CD32 dev board (with all ports)
CD32 RTC board
A500 Stuff: GVP A530 Turbo in box, Derringer 030, A570 CD in box, A590
HD, AD540 RAM, AD 510 Plus RAM +...
6 amiga Monitors: C1084S, C1084sD, C1084SP, Black C1084S for CDTV 220v,
C1942, M1438
2 boxes of joystics (mostly quickshot and quickjoy)
Toaster 4000 / Flyer / TBC Cards
PhonePak
Bunch of Multiface III
A4091 SCSI
DKB 3128
Amiga Parts: A4000 CR Mobo, floppies, spare kbds for all models + ...
A3000 AmiFast RAM Adapter
SQuirel SCSI
VideoMaster AGA
DSS8+
Archos Overdrive ext HD for A600/1200
2x PIV in boxes
Repulse Audio
Paloma for PIV
iBook 466 Lime in Box with padded case
Mac COlor Classic
G4 Cube in box
Apple II GS in box with internal HD, monitor, software
C64C new
C64 220v
C128D Euro 220v
SX64
C128D in box
C1541 220v
C1581
C2n
C128
C1541C
C1571
C1541II
SuperCPU
Commodore games, cartridges, misc hardware
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Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #20 on: October 20, 2008, 02:02:03 PM »
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DSS8+ Digital Sound Studio in original package ... $72


Wow, and I traded one of those for an A520 not too too long ago.


And it's being put to good use!!
A2000 GVP 40MHz \'030, 21Mb RAM SD/FF, 2 floppies, internal CD-ROM drive, micromys v3 w/laser mouse
A1000 Microbotics Starboard II w/2Mb 1080, & external floppy (AIRdrive)
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« Reply #21 on: October 20, 2008, 04:42:21 PM »
Now that you've got all this stuff. Can you tell us where you got it all from? I am particularly curious as to where they got some of this stuff from.

Was it anyone famous or just a collector who scoured for rare stuff?

You sure that is an "Access" and not an "InsideOut"? The Access was a replacement Amiga motherboard whereas the InsideOut was the Amiga on a card.

http://bboah.com/download_photos/access5.jpg
http://bboah.com/display_photos/inout2.jpg

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Offline systmcrsh

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« Reply #22 on: October 20, 2008, 04:51:12 PM »
i want the apollo 630!
 

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Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #23 on: October 20, 2008, 04:56:33 PM »
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redrumloa wrote:
iBook 466 Lime in Box with padded case


The gem of the collection! (actually, these are one of my favorite Macs, 800x600 max resolution nonwithstanding.)
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« Reply #24 on: October 20, 2008, 05:03:17 PM »
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systmcrsh wrote:
i want the apollo 630!

You'll pay through the nose. Best get saving now.

You could wait a bit and email Jen's Schoenfeld to see if he's ever going to release his remake. (But I think you might be waiting forever?)

Buy an 8Mb NedoPC Fast RAM expansion for $40 in the mean time?
 

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« Reply #25 on: October 20, 2008, 05:09:39 PM »
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alexh wrote:
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systmcrsh wrote:
i want the apollo 630!

You'll pay through the nose. Best get saving now.

You could wait a bit and email Jen's Schoenfeld to see if he's ever going to release his remake. (But I think you might be waiting forever?)

Buy an 8Mb NedoPC Fast RAM expansion for $40 in the mean time?


yeah, judging by the prices of everything else, ill prolly pass...

i have a friend in berlin, so occasionally i can pick stuff up on ebay.de where the prices are pennies compared to the US.

i just won an auction for a claimed "brand new" a600 for 35 EUR... a machine that would likely exceed $2-250 US.

it helps to understand a little german and have a friend you can ship thru :))

oh and that 8mb fast ram looks kewl :)
 

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Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #26 on: October 20, 2008, 05:19:16 PM »
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Now that you've got all this stuff. Can you tell us where you got it all from? I am particularly curious as to where they got some of this stuff from.  Was it anyone famous or just a collector who scoured for rare stuff?


It was a private collector from the Detroit area, no one famous.

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You sure that is an "Access" and not an "InsideOut"? The Access was a replacement Amiga motherboard whereas the InsideOut was the Amiga on a card.


It is an Access.

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Are you keeping the CDTV-CR?


Not likely, I will most likely auction it so everyone will have a fair shot. I have been a bit overwhelmed by people contacting me for direct sales of some of the more rare items, including some very long term repeat customers.  For more common items I can make direct deals if a price is agreed upon, and I have dome that with a few items so far, but for the rare items they will be probably auctioned at $0.01 with no reserve.
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Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #27 on: October 20, 2008, 05:34:54 PM »
Sold Picasso IV with Concierto, added 2 more Boxed Picasso IV.

MegAChip reduced to $89.95 with USA free shipping.

MultifaceCard 3 reduced to $49.95 with free shipping.

Repulse is sold.
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Re: Red's bad a** for sale thread!
« Reply #28 on: October 20, 2008, 05:49:51 PM »
Anyone want to make off eBay offers on FastATA 4000 or Catweasel ZII cards?
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« Reply #29 on: October 20, 2008, 06:02:28 PM »
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Sold Picasso IV with Concierto

Did you get the full price? I notice you had a few offers. I'm very curious to know if there is a volume demand (no pun intended) for Concierto cards. MASTATABS has the design plans for them and the code for the drivers etc.