OSI C1P currently on ebay...
terry at webweavers.co.nz
Thu Mar 31 16:05:49 CDT 2011
No, I don't think the sides are wooden. I have one of these models
(http://www.classic-computers.org.nz/collection/challenger1.htm) and the
sides are metal.
They are very vintage in apparence and function and I've glad I've got one.
My oldest computer and the one that really started me collecting.
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Subject: Re: OSI C1P currently on ebay...
> Bill Sudbrink wrote:
>> Ah! There I would disagree. The case is not in half bad shape. If you
>> have Superboard you would like to mount, it could be just the thing for
>> you. That said, I think around $100 US is about the top of its value.
> I had to google (I'm not at all familiar with OSI stuff), but it seems
> that the keyboard is integral to the Superboard, right? So you'd basically
> be paying for a bit of bent metal, wooden (?) sides and a PSU - and it's a
> bit of bent metal which needs sanding down and repainting, at that (and
> I've no idea if those decals come off easily!).
> Considering it's $22 in shipping... anything seems like a lot to me :-)
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