( The Spectrum VME card in this bundle has been sold)
Hope this isn't too hokey of a way to allow the images to be previewed.
Created a tiny URL that links to a public folder on my Facebook account.
No, I don't think you can snoop me this way!
If it doesn't work, let me know. Looks good when I sign out of FB, and follow the tiny URL.https://tinyurl.com/yccq823k
Thinning the TOS herd a little. While back traded a Falcon for a MiNT (Snickers) condition TT. It's very late production, does NOT have the CPU daughter card. Has the 8 MB ST RAM card for a total of 10 MB (duh). I installed a GE Soft FRB with 32 MB non-nibble mode ram (speed freaks might swap those out). Has a NOS 4.7 GB Seagate 3.5" internal SCSI II HD connected to the internal bus. Terminators are removed, so either an external SCSI device will have to be connected, or utilize the terminator provided.
Only flaw inside is the hard disk LED leads corroded. Not an indicator of the rest of the board, just electrolysis I guess. I've purchased a Spectrum 1 TC VME graphics card, 65k @ 832*626, 1152*910 8 bit. A VME graphics adapter from Frank Lucas with an ET4000 video card, and Tenoxvga Mono adapter.
The keyboard is nice condition, key are pretty yellowed. Floppy hasn't given any trouble. Don't have much else for it.
The TT case is near perfect as you can see in the photos. No stripped threads, cracks or hacks.
The Spectrum VME card is tested working, but did remove it after installing the new HD. Setup now to boot basically with NVDI. CD software is installed, but disabled in the auto folder.
The HD was prepped with HD Driver V10 into 512 MB partitions. I don't know how backward compatible this is with earlier versions of the driver package, if not already owned HD Driver would need to be purchased. (really, you should support Uwe!). The set up for both Frank's VME ET4000 card and the Spectrum card do require additional software setup, and are very monitor dependent. Basically, how it was configured may or may not work for a different monitor.
Why the TT? Always been top of my list for a DTP machine. Managed to wrestle my Milan back and now have an 060 socket, honestly it does what I need and can toss around the PC case without worry. Figure the TT the best choice, especially with the new hardware available for users to purchase, support developers, as well as it going to a good home
I KNOW what it's worth, as well as what a good buyer price would be. I'm negotiable. Would consider splitting up some of the components, but the VME ET4000 set up has to go with the TT. For now, I'll start at $1200 +shipping and work from there. Will consider splitting up only if and after the TT sells.
Probably can't be convinced to ship outside the US 48 State area. Would be a very large box and costly (then again the Euro against the dollar would help with that
) . Refuse to thrown it in a box packed with news paper and ship overseas like some Falcons from evil bay.
PM with interest, or even in this thread. PayPal is fine.
All this to market an Atari