Nice Commodore lot...

From: Curt Vendel <>
Date: Mon Mar 8 10:21:36 2004

I dunno,

   I just looked, the guy is from Canada actually... I don't know the
availbility situation there... I know over in the UK/Europe the market
their was flooded to the gills with C64's, Atari XE's and Sinclairs so
perhaps you have a lot more stuff available... An Atari 130XE here in
the US I know can fetch an average of $25-$35, and a 1050 can get about
that much, so comparing to what the guy has and all the software, $99
isn't that bad, a little high I'd say (I'd think $75-$79 might've been a
better price) but not that bad.


Witchy wrote:

>>-----Original Message-----
>>[] On Behalf Of Curt Vendel
>>Sent: 08 March 2004 15:26
>> and Off-Topic Posts
>>Subject: Nice Commodore lot...
>>Not mine, nice lot of stuff, thought I'd mention it if anyone
>>is looking to get into C64 equipment and is looking for a
>>nice starter set or someone who just can't pass up C64 stuff:
>Is the C64 much rarer in the US than it is in the UK? I'm only asking
>because that lot and much more can easily be found every week at a car boot
>sale/yard sale for generally ukp10 and this bloke is asking a STARTING PRICE
>of $99 with a BiN of $150!!
>Owner & Webmaster, Binary Dinosaurs
> - possibly the UK's biggest online computer museum
> - ex-monthly gothic shenanigans :o(

Curt Vendel & Karl Morris
The Atari Museum
The Atari Explorer
Received on Mon Mar 08 2004 - 10:21:36 GMT

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