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Metalheart 
Amiga 4000 tower for sale
Posted on 6-Oct-2019 10:43:36
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From: Somewhere in the Dutch mountains....

I have an Amiga 4000 tower for sale.
Not an original 4000T
68030 25 mhz
SCSI board and CD

What should I ask for it ?
Any takers ?

Cheers.

Martin

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Rob 
Re: Amiga 4000 tower for sale
Posted on 6-Oct-2019 14:28:32
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From: S.Wales

@Metalheart

Have a look through Amibay and see what similar setups sold for.

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BigD 
Re: Amiga 4000 tower for sale
Posted on 6-Oct-2019 15:26:23
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@Metalheart

So it's an A4000 desktop machine that you've put in a tower then? Or do you mean it is an Escom/AT A4000T rather than the original C= A4000T? Not clear to be honest.

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amigadave 
Re: Amiga 4000 tower for sale
Posted on 7-Oct-2019 19:03:51
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@BigD

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BigD wrote:
@Metalheart

So it's an A4000 desktop machine that you've put in a tower then? Or do you mean it is an Escom/AT A4000T rather than the original C= A4000T? Not clear to be honest.


Yeah, not really clear. He says it has SCSI board, which A4000D did not come stock with, but it could be a third party SCSI board of some kind, and not an Escom A4000T with SCSI board. I would think that a genuine A4000T from Escom would be worth quite a bit more than an A4000D put into a PC tower case.

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spudmiga 
Re: Amiga 4000 tower for sale
Posted on 7-Oct-2019 22:07:20
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@Metalheart

You got any pictures? May be interested.
I feel a sense of deja vu coming on

Spud

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Rob 
Re: Amiga 4000 tower for sale
Posted on 10-Oct-2019 20:23:43
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@amigadave

The A4000T has built in SCSI 2.

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