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This was a score and a half. One of the Collectors mailing lists turned up a bloke called Ken Baker who had piles of these machines from the mid-80s, not only boxed but unused too - this one's only been opened to look at it, though someone was obviously careless with a box cutter. Cost me an arm and a leg in shipping mind, but it was well worth it.
2017 update - modern flat screen TVs will quite happily accept NTSC video signals so today I powered one of these up for the first time ever and updated the pictures. Sweet.

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