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I have an Epson PC286C that I wanted to restore but I simply have too many systems needing restoration and the back log is out of hand. So, I'm parting with this NEC PC98 clone. Cool looking machine and was billed as an Amiga killer in Japan. lol. The NEC PC98 has a huge library of coolr games. If you love restoring machines, this is one to get: https://www.ebay.com/itm/263394723135 Also, I have an MSX machine (fully working) https://www.ebay.com/itm/263390094541 (and load of MSX games for sale too) and a Captain Phasma TRS-80 Color Computer 2 https://www.ebay.com/itm/263382550254 Thanks all and Happy Holidays to you, your family and your vintage machine!
Hello, I have a few vintage 8-bit systems from the 80s that were built in Japan for sale. National CF-2000 MSX Computer (aka Panasonic, Very clean inside) https://www.ebay.com/itm/263405997196 Toshiba Pasopia 7 Computer (Was extremely hard to get a hold of) https://www.ebay.com/itm/263406023908 NEC PC-6001 Computer (akak NEC Trel in America) Like the Aussie VZ line, aka Z80 plus Motorola 6847 (ala Color Computer) https://www.ebay.com/itm/263398288115 Epson PC286C - PC Club (286 machine dubbed as 'Amiga killer' ) https://www.ebay.com/itm/263394723135 Should also mention I have some old 80s Japanese manuals as well. NEC PC-8001 N-BASIC Programming Manual & Reference Book https://www.ebay.com/itm/263405784970 101 TRS-80 Color Computer Programming Tips and Tricks (Radio Shack CoCo) https://www.ebay.com/itm/263405958562 Epson-PC286-Disk-BASIC-Reference-Manual-PC-Club-NEC-PC98-Japanese https://www.ebay.com/itm/263405686054 Epson PC286 Disk BASIC User Manual (PC Club, NEC PC98, Japanese) https://www.ebay.com/itm/263405678212 Last but not least, I have LOTs of MSX computer platform games from the 80s. https://www.ebay.com/sch/colorcomputerstore/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
Here's a system you don't see everyday on eBay... Selling my Japanese NEC PC6001 computer. This machine was released in the states as NEC Trek. It has a Z80 and Motorola 6847 video chip (like the TRS-80 Color Computer). The sound is via a General Instruments. Comes in the original box. http://r.ebay.com/Gfj6l0
Hello everyone, I just wanted to reach out and introduce myself here since I've been asked by some of the Amiga owners I have done services for about other systems as well. My Name is Paul Rezendes, and if you follow the Amiga scene you may know me fairly well. I do a lot of upgrades and repair work in my free time on classic systems, consoles, vintage home audio gear at times and several other projects. I am located in the USA in S. California. I haven't added much to my web site about non-Amiga related items just yet, but I do them quite often by word of mouth. If you're interested in getting recaps done on any of your machines please feel free to ask. The only catch is it may take some time to complete due to the nature of my full-time job. I work as an Engineering Tech and travel quite a bit, so this is done on my spare time. I usually get recaps back fast, but repairs can take quite a bit of time to diagnose and return. Just please be understanding of that and I can take good care of you. Here are some examples of some recent work I have done and some of the prices I charge. I've heard I am very reasonable in prices asked. My web site is located at http://www.acill.com(Its a work in progress and I hate the Shopify service so it may close and change soon) Typical cost for a recap on the A600 and A1200 is $58 and the A4000 is $68. I use Panasonic Hybrid caps only and this adds to the cost. I have done some for less when the owner insists on sending a cap kit from Amikit. In that case it usually is about $38. Replacing simm sockets is $25 each which includes the new socket. Battery circuit repairs on A4000 can run from $120 and up depending on the work involved. CD32 recaps using hybrid caps is about $80 depending on current price of the caps. This is because of the high nimber required. A4000T complete recap is $100 which includes the main board and three modules. Buster replace/upgrade is $38 Socket replace is also $38 each. That should give you a good idea. Here is also a list of recent work with some good quality pictures. A3000D Paula Socket Repairs https://goo.gl/photos/i8YuQqP41KFodM7r5 A4000cr SIMM Socket Replace https://goo.gl/photos/i8YuQqP41KFodM7r5 A1200 Floppy and IDE Header Replace, Recap and General Restoration https://goo.gl/photos/pEZG2r5ZiDvrD7i97 A4000cr Complete Restoration https://goo.gl/photos/ctEnc1DX1nAUnAYK7 A1200 Bad Cap Job Repair, Leak Fix, Recap and Trace Jumper https://goo.gl/photos/Hwqgz32kSWSKYoNj6 A4000 Clock Circuit Fix https://goo.gl/photos/9UyrREhrTTTauy8M6 68040 to 68060 Adapter Build https://goo.gl/photos/RLTHH3g4hvYq62UN8 A4000T Port Module Hand Built https://goo.gl/photos/mbkjZehQF5VaqVrk7 A4000 New Simm sockets and trace repairs https://goo.gl/photos/12e3oPw78RhYH7jo6 Rapidfire SCSI Card Repairs https://goo.gl/photos/zmqHjvvMVe8N4KeQ8 Blizzard 040 to 060 Conversion https://goo.gl/photos/rpzMbgNWpfpG5gc68 Apollo 1240 to 1260 Conversion https://goo.gl/photos/twvdxNiGuXnZsrYM9