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Lots of gear in Australia


Site Administrator
Staff member
Apr 27, 2003
San Jose, CA
Again, from my inbox:

I live in Australia, to be more specific Caboolture in Queensland.
I have the following equipment:
TRS-80 Model III - 48k RAM, 2 DSDD disk drives.
TRS-80 Model I - 16K RAM, numeric keypad.
TRS-80 Model I Expansion Interface with 32K RAM
2 x flopy disk disk drives to suit Model I.
Cables and power supplies to suit above.
There is also some software and manuals.
Commodore 64
Commodore disk drive
Commodere monitor
Unfortunately this equipment has been in storage for about 15 years and I
cannot guarantee that any of it works. I'm not game to plug anything in to
check in case the results are disasterouts!!!

Please contact Colin directly at crsNOSPAM@comcenNOSPAM.com.au

Colin is possibly willing to ship at the recipient's expense, but would prefer pickup.

Keep in mind that shipping costs from Australia to anywhere else are very expensive.

Please post here if you end up claiming this equipment.

Thank you,


Veteran Member
Oct 20, 2006
Boston, MA
Well I know some people on the forums have been looking for such items, and are in the general geographical area.

Well Tezza, I guess shipping from Australia would be less from the USA--Just need to convince someone to go get it(maybe...chance of shipping).



Veteran Member
Oct 1, 2007
New Zealand
Hi Ryan,

Yes, it is less expensive...but not by much. The expansion interface (and power supply) will probably be about $70 US to ship.

Anyway, I'll make inquires. Thanks for the note Eric.