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acadiel
April 14th, 2013, 03:48 PM
I'm throwing out feelers to sell my complete TI CC-40 collection.

Note that I want to sell this as a lot. The buyer will have the opportunity to purchase an instant (almost complete) CC-40 collection.

12 Hexbus Cables And Plotter Paper Most brand new sealed
3.5" Floppy With Supply Used with DSDD controller
Cc40 8K Working Battery cover, cart cover, good condition
Cc40 Carts In Boxes Statistics Advanced Electrical Engineering Mathematics
Cc40 Dead With 9201 It's dead, Jim.
Cc40 EA Manuals + EA Cart Two manuals for E/A cartridge + EA Cart
Cc40 Plus S/n 702 Prototype with cassette interface; Was working last time used
DSDD Controller With Hexbus Cable Was working last time used
Foreign Psu For DSDD Contoller For use with above
Fax Paper Box Tons of fax paper for Printer 80
Hexbus Modem Complete Brand new
Loose Cc40 Carts Memo Processor, Statistics, Finance
Manuals Memo processor, Statistics, Finance, TI RS232
Prototype CC-40 carts Two EPROM carts
Printer 80 Retail Complete in box
Printer 80 Stand Homemade
Printer 80 White Box Prototype Complete Just printer 80 and spare thermal ribbons. No serial number.
Printer Plotter 100034 New NiCD battery installed
Printer Plotter Complete Extra/new gears, TONS of pens (new, sealed), new battery pack
QuickDisk Complete Both US and European adapters included
Quickdisks Boxes Two boxes of around 10 each, one box new
RS232 000047 Has different color power button
RS232 In Box Brand new
Rs232 s/n 6116 Serial # 6116
Rs232 With Parallel Cable Working last time used, no serial number
Hexbus TI-99/4A Interface Prototype

I don't know how well this will reflow. I'm interested in taking serious offers only. I've added up what I've spent on this over the past 5-7 years, and it's well above $2,000.

Ping me if interested. I would rather not put this on eBay and wind up in the hands of someone who won't use, preserve, demonstrate, etc, this great collection of TI's little forgotten computer. :)

I'm usually on AtariAge or the Yahoo OLUG if you want to contact me.

curtis
April 16th, 2013, 05:19 AM
I would LOVE to have quite a few of the items listed. However as job lot, not sure as I have quite a bit of what is listed.

WHERE ARE YOU?????

ClassicHasClass
April 16th, 2013, 12:16 PM
Waitaminnit. A 3.5" floppy for the CC-40? Since when?

I have one of the prototype wafertape drives, but I'm almost afraid to try it. If that's really a working floppy disk drive for it, I'm definitely interested.

curtis
April 16th, 2013, 01:47 PM
Waitaminnit. A 3.5" floppy for the CC-40? Since when?

Perhaps a 3.5" drive mounted in the 5.25" case and using the DSDD controller? That would, in essence, make it a 360K 3.5" drive!

However, according to my sources, there were a FEW 3.5" 720K hexbus drives made. Hmmmmm...

Now if he would just answer his messages!

acadiel
April 16th, 2013, 02:21 PM
Perhaps a 3.5" drive mounted in the 5.25" case and using the DSDD controller? That would, in essence, make it a 360K 3.5" drive!

However, according to my sources, there were a FEW 3.5" 720K hexbus drives made. Hmmmmm...

Now if he would just answer his messages!

It's the way it reflowed; I apologize. :)

It's a 3.5" floppy with cable; you simply attach it to the DSDD prototype controller (it's in it's own enclosure - you can see it at hexbus.com). So yea, you have a DSDD 3.5" drive if you really want one. :)

Here is a copy of the reflowed list: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/19597743/ti-99-4a/cc40.png

I am in Illinois; I'm trying to get rid of this as a lot, because I really have no hope piecemealing out some of this stuff once the rare stuff (i.e. CC-40 plus, DSDD controller, working printer plotters, the TI-99/4A Hexbus interface, the Quickdisk drive) is gone. I also would like a true TI fan to get the collection so some people on eBay don't just buy it and hoard it and you never see it again...

Sorry for not logging in; I very rarely have the opportunity to check the forums. What got my attention was Curtis' email. I'll reply to it in a bit when I have some time later tonight.

Jon

curtis
April 17th, 2013, 04:43 PM
This is one serious collection folks!

I for one and GREATLY interested, but with the Federal Government being kind enough to furlough me 1 day a week for 14 weeks, I'm probably going to have to bow out.

HOWEVER, to whoever does acquire this package, know that I am more than a little interested in the QuickDisk setup WITH the disks!

whimper....

curtis
April 22nd, 2013, 03:18 PM
So, did any takers?

Micki440
May 29th, 2013, 04:59 AM
Hello, is the collection or parts of it still available?

Greetings,
Michael


I'm throwing out feelers to sell my complete TI CC-40 collection.

Note that I want to sell this as a lot. The buyer will have the opportunity to purchase an instant (almost complete) CC-40 collection.

12 Hexbus Cables And Plotter Paper Most brand new sealed
3.5" Floppy With Supply Used with DSDD controller
Cc40 8K Working Battery cover, cart cover, good condition
Cc40 Carts In Boxes Statistics Advanced Electrical Engineering Mathematics
Cc40 Dead With 9201 It's dead, Jim.
Cc40 EA Manuals + EA Cart Two manuals for E/A cartridge + EA Cart
Cc40 Plus S/n 702 Prototype with cassette interface; Was working last time used
DSDD Controller With Hexbus Cable Was working last time used
Foreign Psu For DSDD Contoller For use with above
Fax Paper Box Tons of fax paper for Printer 80
Hexbus Modem Complete Brand new
Loose Cc40 Carts Memo Processor, Statistics, Finance
Manuals Memo processor, Statistics, Finance, TI RS232
Prototype CC-40 carts Two EPROM carts
Printer 80 Retail Complete in box
Printer 80 Stand Homemade
Printer 80 White Box Prototype Complete Just printer 80 and spare thermal ribbons. No serial number.
Printer Plotter 100034 New NiCD battery installed
Printer Plotter Complete Extra/new gears, TONS of pens (new, sealed), new battery pack
QuickDisk Complete Both US and European adapters included
Quickdisks Boxes Two boxes of around 10 each, one box new
RS232 000047 Has different color power button
RS232 In Box Brand new
Rs232 s/n 6116 Serial # 6116
Rs232 With Parallel Cable Working last time used, no serial number
Hexbus TI-99/4A Interface Prototype

I don't know how well this will reflow. I'm interested in taking serious offers only. I've added up what I've spent on this over the past 5-7 years, and it's well above $2,000.

Ping me if interested. I would rather not put this on eBay and wind up in the hands of someone who won't use, preserve, demonstrate, etc, this great collection of TI's little forgotten computer. :)

I'm usually on AtariAge or the Yahoo OLUG if you want to contact me.

curtis
May 29th, 2013, 05:45 AM
Hadn't heard about anybody picking it all up, so I think it's probably still available.

Best bet is to contact Jon (adadiel) either via PM here or hit his webpage (hexbus.com) and contact him there. Website is probably the best shot.

CUrtis

acadiel
August 17th, 2013, 01:45 PM
Don't know why my last reply didn't take.

Yes, it's still available. I am posting this here in case anyone is interested.

I have a list of items/pictures here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/19597743/ti-99-4a/ti-cc-40-list.xlsx