Serious eBay money, tell me about it! A couple of years ago, my parents
cleared out their loft and took my *3* expanded Acorn Atoms and peripherals
to the local tip!!! Atom's go for a couple of hundred or more each these
On 12 March 2014 12:36, Chris Pile <chris.p...@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> That £699/£799 SAM has been on eBay for months now. But if that £442
> sale is an indication of things to come then it's certainly creeping
> closer to his asking price. That £799 SAM does look to be in a very
> nice condition but £799 for 256k and no floppy drive. Probably not!
> The Jupiter Ace is another machine that fetches serious money on eBay.
> On 12/03/2014 10:25, Stephen Longhurst wrote:
>> 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.