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Topic # 94527 13-Dec-2011 12:21
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Hey all,

I have a Commodore 64 in great working condition with floppy drive, working dot matrix printer, monitor, and system unit/keyboard for sale.  There are various word processing disks and some blank floppies.

I am going to list it on Trademe but I thought I'd let you all know first, in case anyone is a bit of an enthusiast.  It will probably go for over $100 on Trademe (judging from previous auctions I have followed) - feel free to make me an offer.

I don't really want to sell this but we are moving and I need the cash and the space.




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  Reply # 557427 13-Dec-2011 13:15
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Where are you and would you sell the monitor separately? I got a C64, 5/4" Disk Drive and a huge box of disks for 50c off Trademe a couple of years ago Smile



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  Reply # 557751 14-Dec-2011 09:44
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Sorry I'd like to keep it complete - yeah they were cheap as chips a while back but the demand seems to have increased of late...




Michelsen Computer Services Whangarei
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I was born in a cross-fire hurricane
And I howled at my ma in the driving rain,
But it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas...
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  Reply # 557752 14-Dec-2011 09:45
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Location is Auckland - Mt Eden.




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And I howled at my ma in the driving rain,
But it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas...
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