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    Quote Originally Posted by lafos View Post
    I've never seen a Tandy 3 @pski. What is its story?
    I'm guessing its a model III prototype but Im interested to hear the real and full story.
    Wanted: Any old clunky 286-P1 machine that has some kind of working battery or replaceable with off the shelf parts. Preferred: 10+lbs 386 machines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngtwolf View Post
    Extra points with me for the Ultima screenshots.

    Why so many Tandy's? Worried they might break and you'll need a lifetime of spares?
    Gotta catch'em all. Whenever I saw a model I didn't have for cheap on Ebay, I'd pick it up. There are no cheap Tandy computers on Ebay anymore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pski View Post
    Here's a Tandy you don't see everyday

    Nice! This forum needs a like button!
    My Retro Collection:
    CBM: C64, Amiga 500 x2, 600 & 1200
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    PC's: K6-III+ 500 System + Roland MT-32 & Tandy 1000 EX 640kb, 3.5" FDD, CF-IDE 4GB HDD
    Visit my Tindie store for Tandy 1000 Adapters for EX, HX, SX, SL, TX & TL etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafos View Post
    I've never seen a Tandy 3 @pski. What is its story?
    I’ll let Mav tell the story Except mine has a smooth finish, almost like a gelcoat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pski View Post
    I’ll let Mav tell the story Except mine has a smooth finish, almost like a gelcoat.
    Very cool! It's interesting that the catalog number is 71-1001. My AgVision (blue Coco looking Videotex computer) has a catalog number of 71-5001. Perhaps that denotes, "built for third-party"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pski View Post
    Here's a Tandy you don't see everyday
    Pete weren't there 3rd party versions of the big Tandy's (12/16/6000)?

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    My Retro Collection:
    CBM: C64, Amiga 500 x2, 600 & 1200
    Apple's: IIc, Mac SE, LCII, LC630 & Power Mac G3/233 Desktop
    PC's: K6-III+ 500 System + Roland MT-32 & Tandy 1000 EX 640kb, 3.5" FDD, CF-IDE 4GB HDD
    Visit my Tindie store for Tandy 1000 Adapters for EX, HX, SX, SL, TX & TL etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlightman View Post
    Pete weren't there 3rd party versions of the big Tandy's (12/16/6000)?
    Yep, there was a Tandy II and even a Tandy 16. I’d love to find one of those someday.

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    I envy you guys with the Tandy Mini's and would love to get my hands on a 6000!

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