Vintage Northstar Horizon Computer S-100 with two 5 1/4" Floppy Drive FOR REPAIR For Sale

Vintage Northstar Horizon Computer S-100 with two 5 1/4


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Vintage Northstar Horizon Computer S-100 with two 5 1/4" Floppy Drive FOR REPAIR:
$500

North Star Horizon S-100 Computer
SN: 10-00637

There are a total of eight (8) plug-in cards in the machine:
  • North Star Computer 280A Processor Board
  • Four North Star Computers 16kB RAM Boards
  • DC Hayes Micromodem 100
  • North Star Computers Micro Disk Controller MDS-AD2
  • Mountain Hardware Inc 100,000 Day Clock. Includes the 9V AC adapter.
This unit is untested. When powered up the front light illuminates, as well as the left-hand floppy disk drive light. The cooling fan runs. I am unable to verify any other functionality.

The right hand floppy drive appears to be damaged. The light does not turn on, and the door is broken.

This unit includes the original wooden case as shown in the pictures. The wooden case has some minor blemishes as shown in the pictures, and is missing the 4 screws to attach it to the interior metal case.

This unit is sold AS-IS with no returns accepted, and is approaching 40 years old for many of the components. As such there is no guarantee of any functionality.



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