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Old 04 October 2008, 18:28   #1
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New danish online Amiga & Commodore shop

http://retro-computer.dk

The site is entirely in danish.
There's not much inventory yet, however there's some pretty interesting things available.
Besides Amigas and Commodores there's some pretty rare computers/consoles available too.
How about an Amstrad GX4000, Sony HitBit MSX or a Mattel Aquarius.
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Old 08 October 2008, 22:28   #2
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http://retro-computer.dk

The site is entirely in danish.
There's not much inventory yet, however there's some pretty interesting things available.
Besides Amigas and Commodores there's some pretty rare computers/consoles available too.
How about an Amstrad GX4000, Sony HitBit MSX or a Mattel Aquarius.
hm.. the prices for C64/Amiga are VERY high!
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hm.. the prices for C64/Amiga are VERY high!
They should offer some more tilbuds!
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yes crap site, to high prices. Even "Den Blå Avis" is cheaper
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or "Gul & Gratis" and "Papkassen.dk"
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well my prime danish retro shop is qxl but must say I mostly use ebay
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Hm, interesting. Ofcourse it's cheaper to get stuff from Den Blå Avis or something like that, but there are people outside the retro-scene with plenty of money who simply wants to browse, click and buy instead of bidding, communicating with the seller etc.

And the prices are not that bad, at least not compared to a certain company like this in Sweden... If I wasn't so lazy I'd start something like this (in Sweden) - aimed at "normal" people who just wants to get childhood stuff for nostalgia's sake - and drive them out of the business with lower prices and a one year warranty on the machines.
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