Zane H. Healy wrote:
I'm not aware of one. Here are the Big Iron
emulators that I am aware of:
What defines 'big'? Raw horsepower, or physical size, or something else?
I'm just thinking that there are probably lots of emulators of older (1950s
and 1960s) machines around - big iron in their day, but not exactly quick by
the standards of 1970's hardware.