Restarting Old Amiga's

Jules Richardson jules.richardson99 at
Tue Jun 9 16:03:47 CDT 2020

On 6/9/20 1:19 PM, Ethan O'Toole via cctalk wrote:
> My friend found the deal on the A4000Ts which includes mine. They weren't 
> really cheap, and it was 3 in one deal surrounded by a ton of unknowns. All 
> the manuals for the other things like the 060 accelerator and stuff -- the 
> hardware wasn't with the systems. Ours have the slow CPU cards and the 
> A4000T cases look like cheap PCs and are crazy large and empty, and the IO 
> card on the back with the SCSI ribbons just seems poorly designed.

Yup. Mine's like that, too. Just an '040, and a case that seems far too big 
for what's inside. If my "regular" 4000 was working I'd almost be inclined 
to use that instead - the T model looks a bit too much like a crazy 
mid-90's PC for my tastes (although the SCSI's nice).

Thoughts on this, incidentally?
It's just an empty case, not even a complete machine, which claims to have 
sold. No PSU, no "middle" drive bay hardware. I wonder if a friend of the 
seller "bought" it and it was just a trick to drive up prices or something 
- $550 seems ridiculous for an empty box, but I don't "do" ebay and don't 
know how crazy people are or what kind of scams go on.



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