Man was this a pleasant surprise. My whole journey into the small
cupboard in the box room was to retrieve an Amiga 500 and C64C
which were perched out of reach on a tall stack of magazines. It
is quite difficult to explain the problem with the cupboard. The
door can only be opened by a foot or so as it is trapped behind
a large table. I can reach in, just, but getting stuff out is a
real problem. I put these boxes away a good while ago as I didn't
sense I would need them anytime soon. I did check the cupboard
briefly beginning of 2017, but have already forgotten the state
of what was within.
Earlier in the year I advised that I had 30 Amiga 1200s. Well I
can now add another as within the blue/red Commodore box was a
very well preserved and clean Amiga 1200. Also inside were some
of the Desktop Dynamite pack which seems odd. The computer has
never been opened, is unexpanded and looks just wonderful.
I tested the machine and found her to be working just fine. My
plan now is to test her properly, but how without breaking that
seal. You will need to read the next blog.
I have just one item left from the cupboard to show and that is
the A500 in the box that I near wrenched my arm out of its socket
trying to get. I managed to also collapse some of the magazines.
The computer and box have now been moved to another location as
I just can't be leaving her in the cupboard.
Anyway here she is.... Number 31. Not a number but a freed Amiga.