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Super-Slasher

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Terry Yager

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Yes, very interesting (to me, anyways). I'd love to have a 8080 or Z80-based trainer (preferably with documentation). A Z80-based Micro-Professor sold on eBay last week for $41.00US, but I was broke, as usual. At those prices tho, there's a good chance I'll have one someday (soon, I hope).

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Erik

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Well, this closed at just a bit under $9,000 US after 21 bids. . .

That's just crazy! :)


Erik
 

tachyon

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Super-Slasher said:
I'd actually give anything for an S-100 system, regardless of age, shape, or functionability.

... that is, if I had anything to give in the first place...

:cry:

Well...

I happen to have a 'spare' Zenith Z-120 that's fully functional with the exception of a broken drive A: latch. If you have any friends or relatives who are driving to Florida this fall for a vacation, I can let them bring it back to you. The Z-120's are a little too fragile to ship. This one was, but I was just darn lucky it got to me in one piece. I've got another one of these machines and I'd be happy to share the hobby.

Tom Martin
 
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