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  1. I thought this was a new topic at first but then noticed it started back in 2007 and was resurrected. Here are some related topics with additional info; Interest in Indus GT SRAMCharger board and Indus GT upgrades tregare was the member that made a small run of these boards a while back.
  2. I'm also interested in a bare board with the complete BOM. Possibly a case if its something like what mytek put together.
  3. I would like to reserve an assembled unit if its not to late.
  4. Related but don't know if your going to get this to fit in an 8-bit machine. http://forums.arcade-museum.com/showpost.php?p=3263835&postcount=4
  5. I have all of that stuff.... Including a 1090XL.... I searched through my old records and found that his ebay ID was miller1987 Like I said in a previous post, I paid a little over $3k for that 1400XL but the rest of the stuff I was able to get from him directly. It still wasn't cheap though.
  6. I'd like to see an 815 go up for sale. I've never seen one in real life before so I can't imagine what that would go for.
  7. I had forgotten what your handle was on here... Do you remember all the other stuff I bought from you back then? I must have hit the lottery that year or something. Looking back now at how much I spent on Atari hardware that year all I can do is shake my head. Heck, not just 8-bits either, I think I picked up two CT-60's around the same time.
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  9. I'm thinking this is a reasonable price. I bought my 1400XL in 2008 for $3k. Mine does not have a ID badge at all, unlike the currently listed unit with the home made badge. Edit: Added pics
  10. I put "The Impossible" in my very first 800XL back in the late 80s. I still own the machine but its packed away in my parents house somewhere. I loved how it would play the Mission Impossible theme song when you would boot it in Impossible mode. Edit to add more detail: From what I remember it would allow you to make copies of protected disks but the copies could only be used on a system that had the Impossible installed. I think it would step in and fake out the computer when it got to a physical sector it couldn't reproduce on the copy.
  11. Received my BitWriters and new SysCheck II today. Thanks again Jurgen
  12. Thanks for the email Jurgen, I just sent the payment to add a Sys-Check v2.2 to my BitWriter order.
  13. This is cool.. I missed out on the 2011 TurboFreezer so I'm definitely interested.
  14. I don't think its a matter of convincing him, he just has no time anymore. Growing family and work trumps hobby projects.
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