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#1 Posted : Friday, December 27, 2013 10:36:11 AM(UTC)

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I got the following info from a german A4000T user:

"Peter Kittel (Commodore Germany) told me in an email from 1996, that only ~35 Machines
got deliverd WORKING to customers, ~35 where NOT working. All in all only ~70 machines left Commodore for customers. That would explain why it is so hard to find somebody owning such a machine."

What's you take on that - is the numbers really that low?
#2 Posted : Monday, December 30, 2013 3:06:52 PM(UTC)

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Hi bitman

AFAIK there are at least 250 unit worldwide. C= Germany got about 70 Units as Peter Kittel once mentioned. C= Switzerland got 12 working Units.

I got one, but not a C= one. It is one of the first produced, assembled by Amiga Technologies.


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#3 Posted : Thursday, January 2, 2014 3:37:11 AM(UTC)

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So then I remembered the mail from Peter correctly.

70 units for Germany and only 35 working. That is anyhow a very low
number and makes those machines worth alot.

I bought one new in 1995 and still own the machine and:
I will NEVER sell it! ;)
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