FWIW I bought two Ozzies, an OCC-1 and an Osborne 1, for $40 last Febuary.
I also got a stack of docs and a binder full of disks with them. Both
Ozzies work. Let's see, that's either 5 or 6 of them that I now have!
The MODEM is sort of rare and it and the disks are worth a few bucks but
the smoking Oz is $5 item IMO.
At 04:24 PM 10/4/01 -0500, you wrote:
Louis Schulman wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Oct 2001 09:20:17 -0400, Steve Cochrane wrote:
> #I have come across an Osborne model OCC1 Serial # 134033. This unit
> #300 baud modem. It also has 5 1/4 disk with it.
> #Qbasic) The unit boots up and runs the software but after about 15 to 20
> #minutes it starts to overheat.(smoke)
> #My question is - What is the selling price for a unit like this and where
> #would be the best place to sell it?
> Well, I have a related question. I have an '86 Dodge that runs fine for
or 15 minutes, but then the
compartment fills with smoke and flames shoot out of the grill.
What is the blue book on an "86 Dodge with flames and smoke?
I bought my ozzie at a hamfest about 10 years ago for $50, which was a
bit high. I had to scrounge up the original system disks and book along
I think anything less than a Jackson ($20) would be about right. they
used to be fairly common, unless their owners used them for landfill