Details about RARE CMD SuperCPU 128 4mb Ram Commodore 128D C64RARE CMD SuperCPU 128 4mb Ram Commodore 128D C64 See original listing
Mar 31, 2012 16:29:09 PDT
Hershey, PA, United States
Creative Micro Design (CMD)
PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE LISTING BEFORE YOU BID. MY GOAL IS TO PROVIDE AS ACCURATE INFO AS I CAN.
You are bidding on a hard to find/rare CMD SuperCPU 128 Rev. 1B. It has 4mb of Ram.
This unit is take from my personal collection and was pulled from a working C128D setup on which I ran the Wheels Operating System, i.e., the upgrade to GEOS that was developed by Maurice Randall. This unit has been in storage for a number of years, but I pulled it out a couple of weeks ago, hooked it back up to the C128D, and booted it up in both 128 and 64 mode as recently as 3/23/12 with no apparent problems. The screen shots that you see were taken a couple of weeks ago when I initially pulled the unit out of storage.
THIS IS A MUST HAVE FOR ANY “POWER USER”!
I checked the Utility Disk by using LOAD ”$”,8 followed by the LIST command and the following items were found on the disk:
I did not individually test the programs. This is an original disk, and given the age, it is sold as part of this package “AS IS” with no warranty or guarantee.
Included in this auction is the following:
1) SuperCPU128 (the hardware piece)
Model SuperCPU 128
Serial No CPU1282261
The SuperCPU is in good cosmetic condition as you can see from the pictures. These are getting harder to find. Don't miss out on this rare piece of Commodore history.
This item comes from a smoke free home.
Please note the following:
Given the age of this Unit, it is sole “AS IS” with no Warrantee
I only accept PAYPAL for Payment
I only ship to confirmed addressed in the USA with NO RETURNS ACCEPTED.
If you have questions, please ask BEFORE you bid!
On Mar-25-12 at 03:02:03 PDT, seller added the following information:
I just pulled my 128D apart and the board was in there. I tried to pull it, but it was not moving. I fear of breaking it, what I am willing to do is include the 128D, which has the MMU board installed and also has jiffy Dos installed, if the winning bidder adds $125.00 to the final price when paying. That should cover what I wanted to get out of the 128D plus the shipping (it is a very heavy piece. Again, I do not want to pull the MMU board for fear of breaking it and then having two useless items.