That guys listings always bug me.
Zach is actually a pretty nice guy. I called him once and ordered the new A/E binder. After a disk failed he replaced it without question which involved opening another NIB package. He's sitting on a mountain of TI equipment and software which he discovered after bidding on and winning a real estate auction. Extremely random as the shuddered hardware store he purchased was FULL of TI-99/4 related products. Apparently --in the early 1980s-- the hardware store was also being used as a storehouse for a regional (Midwest) TI-99/4 distribution center.
Zach admitted to me:
a. I have no idea what this stuff is worth.
b. I have a "mountain" of stuff here. I've been selling for a few years and I still haven't even touched 80% of the sealed boxes I have on site.
So...look forward to his listings for the next decade probably! He's looking for someone to go up there and help him sort things out. To tell him what everything is and what it's all worth...ballpark prices. I considered helping out because I'm really curious. Maybe he has a pallet full of NIB Geneve's or original TI-99/4s? Who knows?
Main Problem: He's located in and around BF Egypt which places this warehouse between Minneapolis and Des Moines. The closest major airport is a three hour car drive. Deal killer for me. So weird how all this TI stock ended up in such a remote location.
There's a really good story here...
Edited by Airshack, Sun Feb 17, 2019 11:13 AM.