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News   News : The business, Computer Station, up for sale
   posted by RobertB on 10-Feb-2014 1:12:40 (2338 reads)
Located at 2258 Pacific Ave. in Long Beach, California, Computer Station -- a Commodore store and authorized repair station -- has served the needs of Commodorians since the 1980's. Computer Station has specialized in Commodore hardware and software, and Amiga, Apple II, and PC-DOS software. Now after more than 30 years, owner Tony Chai is retiring. The storefront will be closing its doors soon.

Tony is selling off the entire business to serious buyers who will come down and take everything away... (Please click "Read more")


See: http://blog.retro-link.com/2014/02/computer-station-taking-offers-for.html

and

http://blog.retro-link.com/2014/01/computer-station-closing-in-long-beach.html

for photos and more details.

Tony has listed the Commodore and Amiga service manuals he wishes to sell. You can see the list of manuals at

http://retro-link.com/smf/index.php?PHPSESSID=2m3egtikkc11khl2f4u1cqlpv4&topic=1248.msg3419#new

Disregard the list prices that are at the link. Tony is *deeply* discounting the manuals.

Tony has also listed the Commodore and Amiga chips he has on close-out. To see the list, go to

http://retro-link.com/smf/index.php?topic=1250.0

Truly,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
http://videocam.net.au/fcug
    

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Re: The business, Computer Station, up for sale
Posted on 11-Feb-2014 14:55:15
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I bet if he had a few NOS A4000Ts people would be camping outside his store to buy it!


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Re: The business, Computer Station, up for sale
Posted on 11-Feb-2014 15:48:56
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I have a NOS A4000T ;)

Software Hut has none left!


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Re: The business, Computer Station, up for sale
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@robert
was these pictures taken before or after you bought lots of software/hw from him? .

sad to see another shop go, hopefully someone will dive in and buy the lot as there is bound to be some very rare stuff in there and if you look closely at the pictures then you can spot a few nice gems there.


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Re: The business, Computer Station, up for sale
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Commodorians. That's a new one!

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Re: The business, Computer Station, up for sale
Posted on 14-Feb-2014 11:18:44
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We get old and tired. New blood needed. I'd check this out but we are from another side of the planet.

Old chips for sale? Hopefully these go to the right address.

For a new guy a business idea?

Keep The Momentum Going!!! ;)

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Re: The business, Computer Station, up for sale
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So... I wonder if I can browse and pick and choose what I want to buy?

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