Best 200 buck I have ever spent!!! Deal of a lifetime!!!
tulsamike3434 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 00:53:22 CST 2015
On 12/10/2015 01:34 AM, Mike Stein wrote:
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> From: "drlegendre ." <drlegendre at gmail.com>
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> Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2015 5:03 PM
> Subject: Re: Best 200 buck I have ever spent!!! Deal of a lifetime!!!
>> Hi Mike,
>> You're not alone, I'm a big fan of the C-64.. in fact, I'm just finishing
>> up a software / hardware project to interface the C-64 to a Model 15
>> Looks like quite a haul you made there! I'll be curious to know what all
>> emerges from the heap - and of course, there are a couple things I'm
>> looking for. FYI, I've had pretty good luck repairing both C-64 and 1541
>> type drives. Neither of the devices are all that fragile, really, and
>> almost all of the chips etc. are readily available.
>> Keep us posted!
>> On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 10:12 AM, Mike <tulsamike3434 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I was searching Craigslist and found this post with 7 boxes of C64 stuff
>>> One C64 was still in the box, hard to find games great books and much
>>> much more here is a link to what I got! once I have it all setup Ill
>>> upload some more pictures.
>>> Here is a link to the photos...
>>> My wife is using my table that I am going to use to set it all up so as
>>> soon as she is done I will set it all up so you guys can see it all then
>>> I am sure I will have a few questions for the group.
>>> Are there any other Commodore 64 users out there?
>>> I hope I can meet lots of other people that have a love for vintage
>>> computers as I do.
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> (Bottom-posting because apparently it's easier to follow ;-)
> Although the web site suggests that the TPUG store is still open it is essentially closed;
> nevertheless there's still a fair bit of stuff available. If anyone's looking for something
> and is prepared to pay exorbitant Canadian postage, just send an email.
> Surprised to see so much interest in C64s on a 'serious' list...
I am coding a game using an old D & D " Choose your own adventure book"
Ill post it here when done...
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