wh.sudbrink at verizon.net
Wed Apr 13 13:15:45 CDT 2005
Vintage Computer Festival wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Apr 2005, Bill Sudbrink wrote:
> > Vintage Computer Festival wrote:
> > > OSI stuff seemed to be the hardest thing to get a hold of for me, but
> > > eventually I started to get them. I now have about 5-6 OSI systems of
> > > various models, including an unbuilt Superboard kit ;)
> > Damn! The one place I thought I had one up on you...
> Well, you do have that extremely rare OSI single-board (what model was
> that again?) I did consider clubbing you in the back of the head and
> running off with it at VCF East but there would've been too many
I _WISH_ that were mine, but Bob Maxwell and I were babysitting it for...
Dang! I seem to have lost a few brain cells and can't remember who the
owner was. I was sorely tempted to try to casually pack it up with my
stuff at the end of the show.
> > OK Sellam, come clean. What have you managed to acquire?
> >From what I can see and not see but remember having:
> Challenger 2P
Blue/black? Integrated keyboard (C2-4P)? Floppies?
> Challenger 1
You mean a C1P or a first series Challenger?
> Challenger C4P
> Superboard kit (unbuilt)
Do you have the original packaging with it (I would guess so)? If so,
I would love to see some pictures of it.
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