[vcf-midatlantic] OT: time to downsize

Dean Notarnicola dnotarnicola at gmail.com
Mon Apr 18 20:10:28 UTC 2022


Atari Mega ST4: 1987
Atari 520ST: 1985
Atari SM124: 1985
Atari SC1224: 1985
Atari SF354: 1985
Atari SF314: 1985

On Mon, Apr 18, 2022 at 3:34 PM Bob Shuster via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:

> Just an update on this process and some questions!  I’ve gone through most
> of my Apple stuff and gone through my 8-bit Atari stuff - and now going
> through the 16-bit Atari stuff.  Unlike the Apple and 8-bit Atari, I’m
> having a hard time finding much info on the 16-bit Atari systems online.
> Specifically I’m looking to date the pieces.  Can anyone point me in the
> right direction?  I have: Atari Mega ST4, Atari 520ST, Atari SM124, Atari
> SC1224, Atari SF354, Atari SF314.  I’m having trouble even finding specific
> date ranges.  Any Atari experts out there?
>
> Thanks.  - Bob Shuster
>
> > Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2022 16:33:17 -0500
> > From: Bob Shuster <bob at theshusters.com>
> > To: vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org
> > Subject: [vcf-midatlantic] OT: time to downsize
> > Message-ID: <C5D0CE20-2D73-45DD-84E4-5AC290FEEDD4 at theshusters.com>
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> >
> > Well, folks, I?ve gotten to the age where I need to seriously downsize
> my hobbies and collections, not wanting to leave it to my children to have
> to deal with in later years.  (I had to do that recently for a relative.)
> On the electronics side, I?ve decided to concentrate on my vintage video
> game systems - and therefore sell off most of my vintage computer stuff.
> My collection includes mostly 8-bit stuff: TRS-80 Models I, IV, M100, etc.
> - Atari 400, 800, Stacy, Portfolio, ST, etc. - C64/VIC20 - T/S1000
> (including an unbuilt kit), Apple II, II+, IIe, IIe Platinum, IIgs - Wang
> WLTC - Mattel Aquarius - TI-99/4A - many others that I still have to dig
> out - plus lots of peripherals, disks, manuals, etc.  Also have some newer
> Macs starting with a Mac Plus in an Apple carrying bag.
> >
> > I?m starting with you guys before trying to list elsewhere, although I
> may hit some of the dedicated FaceBorg pages (such as for Aquarius and
> Apple II.)  I may be willing to ship some of the software, but in general
> anything else will need to be picked up here (near the Fort Washington exit
> of the PA Turnpike) or nearby, and cash or PayPal for payment.  I may also
> consider trades for some of the video game stuff I?m looking for.
> >
> > So - I?m not sure how to start with this.  Does the group have a For
> Sale page where I can post photos, etc.?  I?ll need to dig out each of the
> systems (carefully stored in my heated/cooled workshop) and test and figure
> out prices, but I will definitely entertain offers.  For specific inquiries
> please email me, but for discussion of how to go about reducing my
> collection [and assuming the admins agree that it?s on-topic] that can be
> on-list.
> >
> > It pains me to do this, but the clutter is getting out of hand, and I
> haven?t touched most of these in years.  It?s time for someone else to
> enjoy.
> >
> > Bob Shuster
> >
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