New 'puter joins the collection

From: Jim Battle <>
Date: Thu Mar 8 23:27:30 2001

Ah, ah, ah! You bastard! :-)

I traded a restored & working Sol 20 plus a working OSI C1P with decent docs
to get a Sorcerer with limited docs. I traded with David Williams from the
classiccmp list. I think he got the better end of the deal, but I was
to get one. David has some really good docs on-line, but you probably already
have these:

Here's the only place on-line that I've seen has Sorcerer software. He has
MP3 files you can play into the cassette port.

Also, here's a picture of a Sorcerer with the official S-100 expansion box
plus official Exidy disk drives:

Do you know if you have the original, or the Sorcerer II?

At 02:22 PM 3/8/01 -0800, you wrote:
>And once again I'm reminded that 'the machines are out there...'
>(just when I was starting to wonder)
>I get this phone call, and shortly thereafter am the proud possessor of an
>Exidy Sourcerer complete with the original documentation, (including the
>tech ref - schematics!) monitor, cables, box of tapes, and various third
>party books and such! (Dilithium Press - now *that* brings back
>And oh yes, BASIC in the infamous (slightly modified) 8-Track Tape
>cartridge! Recycling at its most unusual! (odd, peculiar, etc...)
>Just too much fun! Now, who has some *really* cool games for the thing???
>The Computer Garage -
>Computer Garage Fax - (503) 646-0174
>Note: the '' domain is currently offline. The original
>'Garage' site (URL above) is still out there and is currently being updated.

Jim Battle ==
Received on Thu Mar 08 2001 - 23:27:30 GMT

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