Wanted: Cromemco assistance

From: MHStein <mhscc_at_canada.com>
Date: Fri Aug 23 14:36:46 2002

Congratulations! A fine box indeed.

I might be able to help ya; I scrapped a pile of Cromemco stuff and Dan
Cohoe's name is on most of what's left, but I believe there is most of a
spare Z-2 cabinet left over, including the front panel (the version without
floppy drive cutouts).

But an S-100 chassis (especially the Z-2) is only that; as far as disk
drives & OSs, that would all depend on what cards are in there.

FWIW, I do have copies of 11-(Z80), 20-(68000) and 30/31-(68010)
series Cromix, CDOS (their version of CP/M), and various utilities and
languages. Also some cards & lots of manuals, at least until Dan cleans
me out.

What kind of info do ya need?


---------------Original Message----------------

From: "Curt Vendel" <curt_at_atari-history.com>
To: <cctalk_at_classiccmp.org>
Subject: Wanted: Cromemco assistance
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 23:56:24 -0400
Organization: Atari History Museum (http://www.atarimuseum.com)
Reply-To: cctalk_at_classiccmp.org


   I am planning on purchasing a Cromemco Z-2 system shortly, it has some
special purpose Atari designed boards installed and was used within Atari to
develop Atari 2600 VCS games. However the unit is missing the front cover,
disk drive and OS software. If anyone can point me to a site(s) with good
information on the systems and anyone who may have spare parts to sell like
boards, keyboard and so forth, please let me know, thanks.


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