£799... amazing...

I have mine in a drawer but haven't used it for at least 10 years, so I think 
it still works pretty well. Insuring it now ;)


 From: Stephen Longhurst <st...@longsteve.com>
To: sam-users <sam-users@nvg.ntnu.no> 
Sent: Wednesday, 12 March 2014, 10:25
Subject: Re: Raising the price benchmark??

The guy who constantly puts a Sam up for sale at £699 has upped his price to 
£799 now, http://lngs.tv/1nKs7OB, probably off the back of the referenced sale 
going for £442.  Although I don't agree with the greed of attempting to sell a 
Sam at that price, (presumably to an uneducated buyer), I do like the fact that 
if you do a worldwide listing of the eBay Vintage Computer category, and sort 
it by highest price first, the Sam is usually very close to the top.

On 11 March 2014 19:12, Mike Nicholas <m...@euroasic.com> wrote:

Gosh £442 and only one drive.   
>My SAM switches on, but both drives don't do much.   
>The disc continuously spins.
>On 11 March 2014, Chris Pile <chris.p...@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>On 11/03/2014 14:23, Balor Price wrote:
>>Would you sell though?
>>>Well if that eBay listing is a indication of future prices
>>then I don't think I'd sell mine!  Once it's gone I'd never
>>be able to afford another!!
>>I think I'll follow Adrian and get mine insured!!  ;)

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