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Wanted a 520/1040 STfm motherboard

Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2012 5:26 pm
by Goddy
Hi there


I am hoping to buy a working PAL 520 STfm or 1040 STfm motherboard or a faded old spare STfm from one of you nice Atari ST fans :mrgreen:

It doesnt mater if theres no keyboard of floppy drive or power supply as long as its working i am just really after a working motherboard but will happy buy a hole unit as my 520 STfm is fryed and i only got a few hours of speedball in before it died :cry: and i really dont want to give up on it and bin it

So i hope to hear from someone willing to sell me one and post it to me in Sunny Western Australia

:cheers:
Goddy

Re: Wanted a 520/1040 STfm motherboard

Posted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:06 am
by Goddy
Problem has been sorted I ended up finaly finding a 1040 STE in the local paper this week
:D

Re: Wanted a 520/1040 STfm motherboard

Posted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 7:00 pm
by Dal
Nice - don't often see them in the paper!

Re: Wanted a 520/1040 STfm motherboard

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 5:14 pm
by Goddy
Dal wrote:Nice - don't often see them in the paper!
Yeah i was totaly shocked when I read the add it had a Atari SC 1435 monitor with it too so I just was the happyiest person ever when I rang the contact number and he said yeah I still have it forsale I said sold and picked it up that day It turned out it had 4mb in it too :D it set me back AUD $90 I think thats a bargain as any Atari st in Oz is a very rare system to find.

Re: Wanted a 520/1040 STfm motherboard

Posted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:29 pm
by BoNuS
Goddy wrote:
Dal wrote:Nice - don't often see them in the paper!
Yeah i was totaly shocked when I read the add it had a Atari SC 1435 monitor with it too so I just was the happyiest person ever when I rang the contact number and he said yeah I still have it forsale I said sold and picked it up that day It turned out it had 4mb in it too :D it set me back AUD $90 I think thats a bargain as any Atari st in Oz is a very rare system to find.
4Mb and a SC1435, that's a nice find indeed. Sometimes they show up in the most unexpected places :)