Trip to London, want BBC Micro stuff...

From: Iggy Drougge <>
Date: Tue Jun 26 21:05:19 2001

Tony Duell skrev:

>> Tony, any sign of a secondhand chain called Cash Converters
>> in the London area? The big Bristol branch has closed, but

>Cash Converters were still going a couple of weeks back, so unless
>they've closed very recently they are still trading. But their prices
>tend to be out-of-this-world (No, I don't think a battered C64 is worth
>50 quid, OK...). I think I've found exactly one bargain in that chain
>over the years.

That must be why they were so short-lived here. They had no idea about correct
pricing, and probably ended up paying a lot more than things were worth to
sellers. OTOH, they had quite nice prices in the shops, and during the few
months that they were in business, I frequented them a lot.
They still haven't removed their business signs from their old shops, though,
the slobs.

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