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libra
December 4th, 2005, 06:33 PM
hi vintage computer enthusiast ,
this is a query , a market survey of sorts. i have an original
MPF-IP and am its original owner. it hasnt gotten much use lately
and am thinking of selling it. but i dont know if it would be worth
the cost or bother. what you could do for me is to reply with what
you know. are there people buying these old systems ?
here is what i have :
1. the MPF-IP itself
2. 4 manuals for the MPF-IP :
a User Manual a student work book the monitor source listing
an experiment manual
3. the BASIC chip that plugs into the MPF-1P board & its manual
4. the PRT-MPF-IP printer and its manual
and note that its monitor eprom contains the disassembler utility
5. IOM-MPF-IP i/o experiment board & expanded memory & manual
6. an unused experiment/expansion board
7. a cassette recorder & cable & manual to connect to the MPF-IP
for saving programs and sending them back later on
9. the wall transformers for the MPF-IP, PRT & IOM

please let me know ,
thanks
libra

patakes
February 1st, 2011, 06:26 AM
Here is some photos from mpf ip and bytronic becca plus



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gslick
February 1st, 2011, 09:58 AM
My guess is that it could sell for somewhere around the $50 - $100 range on eBay, probably toward the higher end of that range or more with the manuals and extra boards.

Here's an example of the earlier MPF-1 version which just sold for around $50:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260726876865