Latest update: 2019-07-01
I bought my first Amiga 500 around 1989/1990. Later I had an A2000 and a CD32 but offloaded them all.
Most legacy systems can be emulated on a standard PC or through specialised hardware like FPGAs. But nothing beats having the real thing, so I have found some original Amigas. Below is listed my Commodore Amigas.
|CPU||Motorola 68000 7.09 MHz|
|Kickstart||1.3 and 2.04|
|Trapdoor Memory expansion with 512 KB SlowMem|
|Amitech Autokick||3-way Automatic Kickstart Rom switcher Roms labeled 1.2, 1.3 & 2.0|
|Boot selector||Switches the internal disk drive (normally df0:) and first external disk drive (normally df1:) around|
|External floppy||Slimline case repurposed with a Gotek drive|
|Serial No.||N/A – Emulator|