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Here's my other one: 83S DA 003385 083

 

I noticed you had not added this one to the list yet - made in USA

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Got another one coming for ebay. Got the one that just ended today with the 1050,1010, 1027, etc... for $51.00. Will post the serial when I get it.

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Yeah.. I've slacked off a bit on keeping the list updated. I'll update it soon and repost everyone. I know there have been a lot of 1200XLs on ebay of late... wonder who is buying them.

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Because I'm curious, I decided to gather all my 1200XL parts and take a look at the serial numbers in a strange attempt to figure out the quantity made. If you got a 1200XL, how about posting the serial?

 

Both USA made:

 

83S DA 020878 073

83S DA 78443 138

 

Graham

 

I believe that last unit ends in 133 not 138. Unless, Atari made a mini run in 1988 :cool:

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I have two of these...

 

83S DA 036969 178 USA

72R DA 26696 263 Taiwan

 

 

Can you validate that 178 unit? I should be 173

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There. I've finally seen this thread and remembered to post my serial number while at home where I can look at the serial number :)

 

(I kept remembering at work)

 

72R DA 23429 243

 

I need to finish the keyboard repair this weekend. Did the tuneup and all but 7 through break work great. 7 through break just don't work at all.

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I've updated the first post with the latest information earlier this morning. I even have a high rollers list now :)

 

I didn't mean to make you out of date already :)

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As we can't edit posts anymore, my update is 83S DA 037913 183 now has 32-in-1 Apewarp + and PAL ANTIC (well I found one in the bottom of my tool box so I thought what the hell :D )

Still got the RAM upgrade to do, but that will have to wait until I al less tired

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KHeller, perhaps you can tell me where the other 99.99 % of the 1200's made are (assuming that atari made betw. 100-130 thou. units)....I would'nt mind getting my digits on one myself (obviously PAL mod'd with UK psu)

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KHeller, perhaps you can tell me where the other 99.99 % of the 1200's made are (assuming that atari made betw. 100-130 thou. units)....I would'nt mind getting my digits on one myself (obviously PAL mod'd with UK psu)

 

1) The closets, attics & junk colections of the American public.

2) Unfortunately, the landfills...

3) Bob1200XL's basement.

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Here's one on Ebay and the seller was kind enough to photograph the underside so that you can see the Serial #!

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Here's one on Ebay and the seller was kind enough to photograph the underside so that you can see the Serial #!

 

It even had the price the seller paid $5.93. That looks like a dirty 1200xl. For the markup and shipping, I would have hoped they would have cleaned it up.

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Well, they're not all in the basement. I keep a couple under my workbench in case I need one quick...

 

Bob

 

 

 

KHeller, perhaps you can tell me where the other 99.99 % of the 1200's made are (assuming that atari made betw. 100-130 thou. units)....I would'nt mind getting my digits on one myself (obviously PAL mod'd with UK psu)

 

1) The closets, attics & junk colections of the American public.

2) Unfortunately, the landfills...

3) Bob1200XL's basement.

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post-14708-1237823396_thumb.jpg

 

Well, they're not all in the basement. I keep a couple under my workbench in case I need one quick...

 

Bob

 

 

 

KHeller, perhaps you can tell me where the other 99.99 % of the 1200's made are (assuming that atari made betw. 100-130 thou. units)....I would'nt mind getting my digits on one myself (obviously PAL mod'd with UK psu)

 

1) The closets, attics & junk colections of the American public.

2) Unfortunately, the landfills...

3) Bob1200XL's basement.

 

What's that on the side of the 4th one from the right? (I'm always curious what mods other folks have done to their 1200xl's.)

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It's a CF card on the PBI. That one and the 512K SRAM machine next to it are my main systems. Most of the rest are hacks of one kind or another. (or, were hacks of one kind or another)

 

Bob

 

 

 

post-14708-1237823396_thumb.jpg

 

Well, they're not all in the basement. I keep a couple under my workbench in case I need one quick...

 

Bob

 

 

 

KHeller, perhaps you can tell me where the other 99.99 % of the 1200's made are (assuming that atari made betw. 100-130 thou. units)....I would'nt mind getting my digits on one myself (obviously PAL mod'd with UK psu)

 

1) The closets, attics & junk colections of the American public.

2) Unfortunately, the landfills...

3) Bob1200XL's basement.

 

What's that on the side of the 4th one from the right? (I'm always curious what mods other folks have done to their 1200xl's.)

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