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FS: Amiga 3000, Amiga 2000 and More

After being stiffed, TWICE, on getting some hard ROMs for my beloved A3000, 
a friend of mine came up with an offer on some of his old PC equipment that 
I just couldn't refuse. But in order for me to get it I have to depart from 
Amiga HW, at least for now.  There for I am selling my Amiga 3000 and my 
FastLane Z3 board.

Now Pay attention closely. My Amiga 3000 is fully functional from a hardware 
standpoint. It is capable of booting with or without the Fastlane Z3 card 
installed. However an error in the softkick bootroms cause the computer to 
guru and not properly. The installed OS1.4 ROMs will automatically boot the 
OS2.0 ROM that's installed on the computer, but it errors out.

I managed to get the computer to boot to workbench on using a Floppy that 
was mailed to me from another usenet user. Much appreciated Mike. It was a 
tricky process but I finally managed to boot to Workbench.  So now I know 
the specs of the computer. Again, this problem is easily repaired by getting 
hardroms for the Amiga. Well as easy as someone NOT stiffing you like I have 
been twice. It can also be repaired if you have another Amiga with a SCSI 
controller. Just get a copy of the ROMs from the kickstart disks I am 
including to repair the bad ones on the computer. This is something I would 
have done myself if I had been able to get a working SCSI controller for my 
A2000.

This is an Amiga 3000-030/25MHZ
2MEG Chip 16MEG 50NS Fast onboard
100MB HD
880K Floppy
Keyboard.
This computer was painted black for some reason which was cool with me 
because I have nice black Dell 15" Trinitron to go with it. The keyboard I 
have with it however is the standard Amiga cream color.

I am asking $150 shipped for the system without the monitor $175 with the 
monitor.

Fastlane Z3 Memory Card with built in SCIS controller and 16MB RAM It is 
capable of holding 64MB(16 4MB 30Pin Simms) of RAM. . Asking $125 shipped 
for it.

I will put all three in a box, carefully packed for $250 shipped.

As posted a few days ago I also have an A2000 that had non working Zorro II 
Slots. After replacing the buster chip the computer recognized that I had a 
memory Card installed but it gave me a Yellow Screen with the card installed 
So I am thinking that the memory card has bad RAM on it.The installed AdSCSI 
controller that was in the computer does not boot the 52MB HD that was on 
it, but it was this HD I used to get to workbench on the A3000, so I am 
assuming the controller is bad also.

I have a Danamiga SCSI controller that came out of the A3000, but it does 
not have a disk, or a power connector for me to hook the HD up to to boot 
from, so again I am without a working SCSI controller to try and boot either 
computer. However the A2000 works fine without the SCSI controllers 
installed and it will boot to OS2.xx with a floppy disk no problems. So 
other than the problem with the Zorro Slots, which I feel has been fixed due 
to the fact that it recognized the Supra RAM card was installed, this 
computer works fine.

This is an Amiga 2000
OS2.04 ROM
880KB Floppy
1MB RAM.
Keyboard
Asking $75 shipped for it as I have no way to test it fully so I am selling 
it as-is.
For another $25 I will throw in the Danamiga SCSI Controller, the Supra RAM 
Card and the ICD AdSCSI card. I am pretty sure the 1st two cards work 
because the Danamiga came out of the working A3000, and the Supra card 
registered the memory, but may have a bad chip on it.

I also have a 4MB Retina Z2 Card that works and will let it go for $125 
shipped as it is a true RTG card but is not readily CyberGFX compatible. 
There are CGFX 4.2 beta drivers for it, but they were never release because 
too many people complained about how slow they were compared to other cards. 
I wasn't much of a high rez gamer on my Amiga so it didn't bother me to 
browse the web, and load a massively bigger workbench desktop on my Retina. 
It was still faster than ECS, and probably faster than AGA.

I as a bonus to whoever buys one of my systems first  I will go through all 
my stuff and include any Amiga hardware not mentioned. Off the top of my 
head I know I have a Action Replay Z2 card, An external A1011 floppy drive 
that works but the face plate has to be taped on for it to stay on, and I 
believe I may still have a synchro-express III lying around also, will have 
to find it.

I accept Paypal, US Postal and Western Union Money orders. will ship once 
they all clear. Shipping included to the Contigious 48 states of the US 
only. Shipping to anywhere else in the western hemisphere will incur an 
extra charge. Will only ship the Fastlane Z3, and Retina Z2 cards Worldwide, 
but be warned, the shipping charge on that will be horrendous. 


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I'll give you $40 for the non-working Amiga 3000.



On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 11:26:47 -0600, Warya wrote:

> After being stiffed, TWICE, on getting some hard ROMs for my beloved A3000, 
> a friend of mine came up with an offer on some of his old PC equipment that 
> I just couldn't refuse. But in order for me to get it I have to depart from 
> Amiga HW, at least for now.  There for I am selling my Amiga 3000 and my 
> FastLane Z3 board.
> 
> Now Pay attention closely. My Amiga 3000 is fully functional from a hardware 
> standpoint. It is capable of booting with or without the Fastlane Z3 card 
> installed. However an error in the softkick bootroms cause the computer to 
> guru and not properly. The installed OS1.4 ROMs will automatically boot the 
> OS2.0 ROM that's installed on the computer, but it errors out.
> 
> I managed to get the computer to boot to workbench on using a Floppy that 
> was mailed to me from another usenet user. Much appreciated Mike. It was a 
> tricky process but I finally managed to boot to Workbench.  So now I know 
> the specs of the computer. Again, this problem is easily repaired by getting 
> hardroms for the Amiga. Well as easy as someone NOT stiffing you like I have 
> been twice. It can also be repaired if you have another Amiga with a SCSI 
> controller. Just get a copy of the ROMs from the kickstart disks I am 
> including to repair the bad ones on the computer. This is something I would 
> have done myself if I had been able to get a working SCSI controller for my 
> A2000.
> 
> This is an Amiga 3000-030/25MHZ
> 2MEG Chip 16MEG 50NS Fast onboard
> 100MB HD
> 880K Floppy
> Keyboard.
> This computer was painted black for some reason which was cool with me 
> because I have nice black Dell 15" Trinitron to go with it. The keyboard I 
> have with it however is the standard Amiga cream color.
> 
> I am asking $150 shipped for the system without the monitor $175 with the 
> monitor.
> 
> Fastlane Z3 Memory Card with built in SCIS controller and 16MB RAM It is 
> capable of holding 64MB(16 4MB 30Pin Simms) of RAM. . Asking $125 shipped 
> for it.
> 
> I will put all three in a box, carefully packed for $250 shipped.
> 
> As posted a few days ago I also have an A2000 that had non working Zorro II 
> Slots. After replacing the buster chip the computer recognized that I had a 
> memory Card installed but it gave me a Yellow Screen with the card installed 
> So I am thinking that the memory card has bad RAM on it.The installed AdSCSI 
> controller that was in the computer does not boot the 52MB HD that was on 
> it, but it was this HD I used to get to workbench on the A3000, so I am 
> assuming the controller is bad also.
> 
> I have a Danamiga SCSI controller that came out of the A3000, but it does 
> not have a disk, or a power connector for me to hook the HD up to to boot 
> from, so again I am without a working SCSI controller to try and boot either 
> computer. However the A2000 works fine without the SCSI controllers 
> installed and it will boot to OS2.xx with a floppy disk no problems. So 
> other than the problem with the Zorro Slots, which I feel has been fixed due 
> to the fact that it recognized the Supra RAM card was installed, this 
> computer works fine.
> 
> This is an Amiga 2000
> OS2.04 ROM
> 880KB Floppy
> 1MB RAM.
> Keyboard
> Asking $75 shipped for it as I have no way to test it fully so I am selling 
> it as-is.
> For another $25 I will throw in the Danamiga SCSI Controller, the Supra RAM 
> Card and the ICD AdSCSI card. I am pretty sure the 1st two cards work 
> because the Danamiga came out of the working A3000, and the Supra card 
> registered the memory, but may have a bad chip on it.
> 
> I also have a 4MB Retina Z2 Card that works and will let it go for $125 
> shipped as it is a true RTG card but is not readily CyberGFX compatible. 
> There are CGFX 4.2 beta drivers for it, but they were never release because 
> too many people complained about how slow they were compared to other cards. 
> I wasn't much of a high rez gamer on my Amiga so it didn't bother me to 
> browse the web, and load a massively bigger workbench desktop on my Retina. 
> It was still faster than ECS, and probably faster than AGA.
> 
> I as a bonus to whoever buys one of my systems first  I will go through all 
> my stuff and include any Amiga hardware not mentioned. Off the top of my 
> head I know I have a Action Replay Z2 card, An external A1011 floppy drive 
> that works but the face plate has to be taped on for it to stay on, and I 
> believe I may still have a synchro-express III lying around also, will have 
> to find it.
> 
> I accept Paypal, US Postal and Western Union Money orders. will ship once 
> they all clear. Shipping included to the Contigious 48 states of the US 
> only. Shipping to anywhere else in the western hemisphere will incur an 
> extra charge. Will only ship the Fastlane Z3, and Retina Z2 cards Worldwide, 
> but be warned, the shipping charge on that will be horrendous.

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AlexB
4/2/2006 3:45:56 AM
$40 for a fully functional A3000? How about this? You give me $40, and I'll 
give you the A3000 label? Sheesh!

"AlexB" <bartonekdragracing@yahoo.com> wrote in message 
news:pan.2006.04.02.03.43.34.424516@yahoo.com...
> I'll give you $40 for the non-working Amiga 3000.
>
>
>
> On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 11:26:47 -0600, Warya wrote:
>
>> After being stiffed, TWICE, on getting some hard ROMs for my beloved 
>> A3000,
>> a friend of mine came up with an offer on some of his old PC equipment 
>> that
>> I just couldn't refuse. But in order for me to get it I have to depart 
>> from
>> Amiga HW, at least for now.  There for I am selling my Amiga 3000 and my
>> FastLane Z3 board.
>>
>> Now Pay attention closely. My Amiga 3000 is fully functional from a 
>> hardware
>> standpoint. It is capable of booting with or without the Fastlane Z3 card
>> installed. However an error in the softkick bootroms cause the computer 
>> to
>> guru and not properly. The installed OS1.4 ROMs will automatically boot 
>> the
>> OS2.0 ROM that's installed on the computer, but it errors out.
>>
>> I managed to get the computer to boot to workbench on using a Floppy that
>> was mailed to me from another usenet user. Much appreciated Mike. It was 
>> a
>> tricky process but I finally managed to boot to Workbench.  So now I know
>> the specs of the computer. Again, this problem is easily repaired by 
>> getting
>> hardroms for the Amiga. Well as easy as someone NOT stiffing you like I 
>> have
>> been twice. It can also be repaired if you have another Amiga with a SCSI
>> controller. Just get a copy of the ROMs from the kickstart disks I am
>> including to repair the bad ones on the computer. This is something I 
>> would
>> have done myself if I had been able to get a working SCSI controller for 
>> my
>> A2000.
>>
>> This is an Amiga 3000-030/25MHZ
>> 2MEG Chip 16MEG 50NS Fast onboard
>> 100MB HD
>> 880K Floppy
>> Keyboard.
>> This computer was painted black for some reason which was cool with me
>> because I have nice black Dell 15" Trinitron to go with it. The keyboard 
>> I
>> have with it however is the standard Amiga cream color.
>>
>> I am asking $150 shipped for the system without the monitor $175 with the
>> monitor.
>>
>> Fastlane Z3 Memory Card with built in SCIS controller and 16MB RAM It is
>> capable of holding 64MB(16 4MB 30Pin Simms) of RAM. . Asking $125 shipped
>> for it.
>>
>> I will put all three in a box, carefully packed for $250 shipped.
>>
>> As posted a few days ago I also have an A2000 that had non working Zorro 
>> II
>> Slots. After replacing the buster chip the computer recognized that I had 
>> a
>> memory Card installed but it gave me a Yellow Screen with the card 
>> installed
>> So I am thinking that the memory card has bad RAM on it.The installed 
>> AdSCSI
>> controller that was in the computer does not boot the 52MB HD that was on
>> it, but it was this HD I used to get to workbench on the A3000, so I am
>> assuming the controller is bad also.
>>
>> I have a Danamiga SCSI controller that came out of the A3000, but it does
>> not have a disk, or a power connector for me to hook the HD up to to boot
>> from, so again I am without a working SCSI controller to try and boot 
>> either
>> computer. However the A2000 works fine without the SCSI controllers
>> installed and it will boot to OS2.xx with a floppy disk no problems. So
>> other than the problem with the Zorro Slots, which I feel has been fixed 
>> due
>> to the fact that it recognized the Supra RAM card was installed, this
>> computer works fine.
>>
>> This is an Amiga 2000
>> OS2.04 ROM
>> 880KB Floppy
>> 1MB RAM.
>> Keyboard
>> Asking $75 shipped for it as I have no way to test it fully so I am 
>> selling
>> it as-is.
>> For another $25 I will throw in the Danamiga SCSI Controller, the Supra 
>> RAM
>> Card and the ICD AdSCSI card. I am pretty sure the 1st two cards work
>> because the Danamiga came out of the working A3000, and the Supra card
>> registered the memory, but may have a bad chip on it.
>>
>> I also have a 4MB Retina Z2 Card that works and will let it go for $125
>> shipped as it is a true RTG card but is not readily CyberGFX compatible.
>> There are CGFX 4.2 beta drivers for it, but they were never release 
>> because
>> too many people complained about how slow they were compared to other 
>> cards.
>> I wasn't much of a high rez gamer on my Amiga so it didn't bother me to
>> browse the web, and load a massively bigger workbench desktop on my 
>> Retina.
>> It was still faster than ECS, and probably faster than AGA.
>>
>> I as a bonus to whoever buys one of my systems first  I will go through 
>> all
>> my stuff and include any Amiga hardware not mentioned. Off the top of my
>> head I know I have a Action Replay Z2 card, An external A1011 floppy 
>> drive
>> that works but the face plate has to be taped on for it to stay on, and I
>> believe I may still have a synchro-express III lying around also, will 
>> have
>> to find it.
>>
>> I accept Paypal, US Postal and Western Union Money orders. will ship once
>> they all clear. Shipping included to the Contigious 48 states of the US
>> only. Shipping to anywhere else in the western hemisphere will incur an
>> extra charge. Will only ship the Fastlane Z3, and Retina Z2 cards 
>> Worldwide,
>> but be warned, the shipping charge on that will be horrendous.
> 


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Warya
4/2/2006 2:37:33 PM
Oops..didnt realize it was painted black.  I retract my high bid.


On Sun, 02 Apr 2006 09:37:33 -0500, Warya wrote:

> $40 for a fully functional A3000? How about this? You give me $40, and I'll 
> give you the A3000 label? Sheesh!
> 
> "AlexB" <bartonekdragracing@yahoo.com> wrote in message 
> news:pan.2006.04.02.03.43.34.424516@yahoo.com...
>> I'll give you $40 for the non-working Amiga 3000.
>>
>>
>>
>> On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 11:26:47 -0600, Warya wrote:
>>
>>> After being stiffed, TWICE, on getting some hard ROMs for my beloved 
>>> A3000,
>>> a friend of mine came up with an offer on some of his old PC equipment 
>>> that
>>> I just couldn't refuse. But in order for me to get it I have to depart 
>>> from
>>> Amiga HW, at least for now.  There for I am selling my Amiga 3000 and my
>>> FastLane Z3 board.
>>>
>>> Now Pay attention closely. My Amiga 3000 is fully functional from a 
>>> hardware
>>> standpoint. It is capable of booting with or without the Fastlane Z3 card
>>> installed. However an error in the softkick bootroms cause the computer 
>>> to
>>> guru and not properly. The installed OS1.4 ROMs will automatically boot 
>>> the
>>> OS2.0 ROM that's installed on the computer, but it errors out.
>>>
>>> I managed to get the computer to boot to workbench on using a Floppy that
>>> was mailed to me from another usenet user. Much appreciated Mike. It was 
>>> a
>>> tricky process but I finally managed to boot to Workbench.  So now I know
>>> the specs of the computer. Again, this problem is easily repaired by 
>>> getting
>>> hardroms for the Amiga. Well as easy as someone NOT stiffing you like I 
>>> have
>>> been twice. It can also be repaired if you have another Amiga with a SCSI
>>> controller. Just get a copy of the ROMs from the kickstart disks I am
>>> including to repair the bad ones on the computer. This is something I 
>>> would
>>> have done myself if I had been able to get a working SCSI controller for 
>>> my
>>> A2000.
>>>
>>> This is an Amiga 3000-030/25MHZ
>>> 2MEG Chip 16MEG 50NS Fast onboard
>>> 100MB HD
>>> 880K Floppy
>>> Keyboard.
>>> This computer was painted black for some reason which was cool with me
>>> because I have nice black Dell 15" Trinitron to go with it. The keyboard 
>>> I
>>> have with it however is the standard Amiga cream color.
>>>
>>> I am asking $150 shipped for the system without the monitor $175 with the
>>> monitor.
>>>
>>> Fastlane Z3 Memory Card with built in SCIS controller and 16MB RAM It is
>>> capable of holding 64MB(16 4MB 30Pin Simms) of RAM. . Asking $125 shipped
>>> for it.
>>>
>>> I will put all three in a box, carefully packed for $250 shipped.
>>>
>>> As posted a few days ago I also have an A2000 that had non working Zorro 
>>> II
>>> Slots. After replacing the buster chip the computer recognized that I had 
>>> a
>>> memory Card installed but it gave me a Yellow Screen with the card 
>>> installed
>>> So I am thinking that the memory card has bad RAM on it.The installed 
>>> AdSCSI
>>> controller that was in the computer does not boot the 52MB HD that was on
>>> it, but it was this HD I used to get to workbench on the A3000, so I am
>>> assuming the controller is bad also.
>>>
>>> I have a Danamiga SCSI controller that came out of the A3000, but it does
>>> not have a disk, or a power connector for me to hook the HD up to to boot
>>> from, so again I am without a working SCSI controller to try and boot 
>>> either
>>> computer. However the A2000 works fine without the SCSI controllers
>>> installed and it will boot to OS2.xx with a floppy disk no problems. So
>>> other than the problem with the Zorro Slots, which I feel has been fixed 
>>> due
>>> to the fact that it recognized the Supra RAM card was installed, this
>>> computer works fine.
>>>
>>> This is an Amiga 2000
>>> OS2.04 ROM
>>> 880KB Floppy
>>> 1MB RAM.
>>> Keyboard
>>> Asking $75 shipped for it as I have no way to test it fully so I am 
>>> selling
>>> it as-is.
>>> For another $25 I will throw in the Danamiga SCSI Controller, the Supra 
>>> RAM
>>> Card and the ICD AdSCSI card. I am pretty sure the 1st two cards work
>>> because the Danamiga came out of the working A3000, and the Supra card
>>> registered the memory, but may have a bad chip on it.
>>>
>>> I also have a 4MB Retina Z2 Card that works and will let it go for $125
>>> shipped as it is a true RTG card but is not readily CyberGFX compatible.
>>> There are CGFX 4.2 beta drivers for it, but they were never release 
>>> because
>>> too many people complained about how slow they were compared to other 
>>> cards.
>>> I wasn't much of a high rez gamer on my Amiga so it didn't bother me to
>>> browse the web, and load a massively bigger workbench desktop on my 
>>> Retina.
>>> It was still faster than ECS, and probably faster than AGA.
>>>
>>> I as a bonus to whoever buys one of my systems first  I will go through 
>>> all
>>> my stuff and include any Amiga hardware not mentioned. Off the top of my
>>> head I know I have a Action Replay Z2 card, An external A1011 floppy 
>>> drive
>>> that works but the face plate has to be taped on for it to stay on, and I
>>> believe I may still have a synchro-express III lying around also, will 
>>> have
>>> to find it.
>>>
>>> I accept Paypal, US Postal and Western Union Money orders. will ship once
>>> they all clear. Shipping included to the Contigious 48 states of the US
>>> only. Shipping to anywhere else in the western hemisphere will incur an
>>> extra charge. Will only ship the Fastlane Z3, and Retina Z2 cards 
>>> Worldwide,
>>> but be warned, the shipping charge on that will be horrendous.
>>

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AlexB
4/2/2006 9:21:20 PM
Just an update on the Systems. The A3000 and Monitor have been sold. I still 
have the FastLane Z3, A2000 and Retina Z2 Card.

Email me if interested.
"Warya" <waderyan@bellsouth.net> wrote in message 
news:tuUWf.29539$67.19243@bignews6.bellsouth.net...
> After being stiffed, TWICE, on getting some hard ROMs for my beloved 
> A3000, a friend of mine came up with an offer on some of his old PC 
> equipment that I just couldn't refuse. But in order for me to get it I 
> have to depart from Amiga HW, at least for now.  There for I am selling my 
> Amiga 3000 and my FastLane Z3 board.
>
> Now Pay attention closely. My Amiga 3000 is fully functional from a 
> hardware standpoint. It is capable of booting with or without the Fastlane 
> Z3 card installed. However an error in the softkick bootroms cause the 
> computer to guru and not properly. The installed OS1.4 ROMs will 
> automatically boot the OS2.0 ROM that's installed on the computer, but it 
> errors out.
>
> I managed to get the computer to boot to workbench on using a Floppy that 
> was mailed to me from another usenet user. Much appreciated Mike. It was a 
> tricky process but I finally managed to boot to Workbench.  So now I know 
> the specs of the computer. Again, this problem is easily repaired by 
> getting hardroms for the Amiga. Well as easy as someone NOT stiffing you 
> like I have been twice. It can also be repaired if you have another Amiga 
> with a SCSI controller. Just get a copy of the ROMs from the kickstart 
> disks I am including to repair the bad ones on the computer. This is 
> something I would have done myself if I had been able to get a working 
> SCSI controller for my A2000.
>
> This is an Amiga 3000-030/25MHZ
> 2MEG Chip 16MEG 50NS Fast onboard
> 100MB HD
> 880K Floppy
> Keyboard.
> This computer was painted black for some reason which was cool with me 
> because I have nice black Dell 15" Trinitron to go with it. The keyboard I 
> have with it however is the standard Amiga cream color.
>
> I am asking $150 shipped for the system without the monitor $175 with the 
> monitor.
>
> Fastlane Z3 Memory Card with built in SCIS controller and 16MB RAM It is 
> capable of holding 64MB(16 4MB 30Pin Simms) of RAM. . Asking $125 shipped 
> for it.
>
> I will put all three in a box, carefully packed for $250 shipped.
>
> As posted a few days ago I also have an A2000 that had non working Zorro 
> II Slots. After replacing the buster chip the computer recognized that I 
> had a memory Card installed but it gave me a Yellow Screen with the card 
> installed So I am thinking that the memory card has bad RAM on it.The 
> installed AdSCSI controller that was in the computer does not boot the 
> 52MB HD that was on it, but it was this HD I used to get to workbench on 
> the A3000, so I am assuming the controller is bad also.
>
> I have a Danamiga SCSI controller that came out of the A3000, but it does 
> not have a disk, or a power connector for me to hook the HD up to to boot 
> from, so again I am without a working SCSI controller to try and boot 
> either computer. However the A2000 works fine without the SCSI controllers 
> installed and it will boot to OS2.xx with a floppy disk no problems. So 
> other than the problem with the Zorro Slots, which I feel has been fixed 
> due to the fact that it recognized the Supra RAM card was installed, this 
> computer works fine.
>
> This is an Amiga 2000
> OS2.04 ROM
> 880KB Floppy
> 1MB RAM.
> Keyboard
> Asking $75 shipped for it as I have no way to test it fully so I am 
> selling it as-is.
> For another $25 I will throw in the Danamiga SCSI Controller, the Supra 
> RAM Card and the ICD AdSCSI card. I am pretty sure the 1st two cards work 
> because the Danamiga came out of the working A3000, and the Supra card 
> registered the memory, but may have a bad chip on it.
>
> I also have a 4MB Retina Z2 Card that works and will let it go for $125 
> shipped as it is a true RTG card but is not readily CyberGFX compatible. 
> There are CGFX 4.2 beta drivers for it, but they were never release 
> because too many people complained about how slow they were compared to 
> other cards. I wasn't much of a high rez gamer on my Amiga so it didn't 
> bother me to browse the web, and load a massively bigger workbench desktop 
> on my Retina. It was still faster than ECS, and probably faster than AGA.
>
> I as a bonus to whoever buys one of my systems first  I will go through 
> all my stuff and include any Amiga hardware not mentioned. Off the top of 
> my head I know I have a Action Replay Z2 card, An external A1011 floppy 
> drive that works but the face plate has to be taped on for it to stay on, 
> and I believe I may still have a synchro-express III lying around also, 
> will have to find it.
>
> I accept Paypal, US Postal and Western Union Money orders. will ship once 
> they all clear. Shipping included to the Contigious 48 states of the US 
> only. Shipping to anywhere else in the western hemisphere will incur an 
> extra charge. Will only ship the Fastlane Z3, and Retina Z2 cards 
> Worldwide, but be warned, the shipping charge on that will be horrendous.
> 


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Warya
4/5/2006 5:36:22 AM
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