ATARI 520ST System Lot-,Mouse,Joystick,power supply,Diskettes ,Manual,UNTESTED For Sale

ATARI 520ST System Lot-,Mouse,Joystick,power supply,Diskettes ,Manual,UNTESTED


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ATARI 520ST System Lot-,Mouse,Joystick,power supply,Diskettes ,Manual,UNTESTED :
$139

For sale is UNTESTED LOT OF ATARI 520ST ITEMS-
READ FIRST:
THE TEST ONLY INCLUDED TO BE CONNECTED ALL THE COMPONENTS AND THE CABLES-POWERS UP,GOES TO GREEN SCREEN-IF FLOPPY DRIVE IS CONNECTED-COMES ON THE SCREEN WHATEVER IS ON THE DISKETTE.NO ANY OTHER TESTING DONE!!NO IDEA HOW TO CHECK IT FURTHER-FOUND IN A STORAGE!1 ATARI 520ST Machine- tested With Power supply1 Atari Joystick1 Atari mouse30 Diskettes.1 MANUAL -BOOK ORIGINAL ATARI 520STAll the cables-power Supply.NO MONITOR INCLUDED! NO FLOPPY DRIVE INCLUDED!The monitor on the picture is just for Testing-Not Included!
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY FIRST BEFORE YOU BUY IT !!!All the items from this lot were found in a storage sale.They look OK for the age that they are.THE MAIN Atari unit powers ON-Light is ON,
The power supply is original Atari supply!
ALL THE PARTS DUE TO THE AGE AND UNTESTED CONDITION ARE SOLD AS-IS
Again - sold as-is!!


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