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    Smile Zenith Data Systems EasyPC with pictures add.

    Hi all,

    I am selling my EasyPC for $350, Zenith Data Systems EasyPC two disk drive, Monitor on top, working. EZ-2 1987, Cpu NEC V40@ 7.14MHz, Ram 512, 640 Max, 14-inch Monochrome Monitor, Printer & Mouse ports, Systems Expansion bus, Storage two disk drive 3.5-inch 720K floppy drive’s, O/S MS-DOS 3.21. Optional 20Meg hard drive. Similar to the Commodore PET 2001. Pics coming soon.

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    There's one on eBay right now with a starting bid of $99:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/112861767573

    Yours is in better condition and has the original keyboard, but even in pristine museum-quality condition, I don't think these are worth $350.

    And FYI to anyone who ships an eaZy PC: make sure to wedge foam or some other suitable padding material between the CRT and the base unit, otherwise the weight of the CRT will crush the plastic housing of the base unit into pieces if it gets dropped or tossed around during shipping.

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the information, I wonder what that box at the back of the system is?
    I am hoping to not shipped, that ready scare me! I can drive to the VFC or 30 miles from where I live.
    We meet before, you were giving a Commodore SX-64 still have it. Just selling some stuff to make room in the house.

    Bobby
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    The box on the back upgrades it from 512K to 640K of RAM.

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    Thank you.

    Bobby
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    Hi,

    Price now to $250 dollars and thanks to user "vwestlife" for telling about eBay listing.

    Bobby
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    Quote Originally Posted by vwestlife View Post
    There's one on eBay right now with a starting bid of $99:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/112861767573
    Doesn't this seller have another eBay account vintagecomputermuseum?

    The addresses are VERY close to each other. They are in the same county.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckster_in_Jax View Post
    Doesn't this seller have another eBay account vintagecomputermuseum?

    The addresses are VERY close to each other. They are in the same county.
    If you look through his other items, you will see a few images that have "vintage-computer-museum" watermarks on them.

    I noticed the other day that seller has a somewhat rusty looking "low serial number" Columbia Data Product 1600 computer listed for $99 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Columb...e/123019471768

    Must be trying trying to clean house if they are not asking a bazilianty dollars for it. Still wouldn't hold my breath that you would actually get anything worth even $99 though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckster_in_Jax View Post
    Doesn't this seller have another eBay account vintagecomputermuseum?
    It says right on their member page, "Vintage-Computer-Store is a division of Member id vintagecomputermuseum":

    https://www.ebay.com/usr/vintage-computer-store

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    while ago this outfit tried to offload a big list of systems. Never went anywhere I guess.

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