how many turbo-r machines are sold ?

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By Latok

msx guru (3780)

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16-09-2019, 08:24

It's interesting, huh, the GT has been produced for 3 years, from 91 until 93... Makes it rather succesfuI I'd say?

By dioniso

Champion (476)

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16-09-2019, 20:02

GT: 1LKSA09486

By Takamichi

Champion (368)

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22-09-2019, 08:31

GT: 4AKSA16786. Is this the first confirmed 1994 A1GT?

By Ivan

Ascended (9188)

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22-09-2019, 09:17

Nice finding Takamichi!

Now we can definitely say that MSX computers were produced uninterruptedly from 1983 until 1994.

By vossi

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27-09-2019, 12:26

2xST:
0KNMA03267
1CNME21354

By Gradius2

Hero (598)

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09-03-2020, 08:27

GT: 1KKSA04639

By correodiegols

Expert (76)

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14-04-2020, 19:58

ST: 0LNMB08956
GT: 1KKSA04108

By pgimeno

Master (230)

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10-06-2020, 17:12

ST: 0LNMB08037

By [D-Tail]

Ascended (8239)

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04-09-2020, 00:28

ST: 0JNMA01953
GT: 1KKSA04183

The disk drives also have a 5-digit number stamped on them. My ST has 00024, the GT has 13280. Recently replaced both drive belts (the GT one today, as I received it from Japan (many thanks again, Takamichi!)).

If those numbers are serial numbers, it means this is one of the earliest STs ever made! The machine’s serial already shows this, as analyzed earlier in this thread.

Thanks fellow MSXians, I truly feel geeky now ^_^

By [D-Tail]

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04-09-2020, 00:32

Oh and BTW, this ST is the one that I bought all the way back in 2003 from rklok, out of my shallow pockets I had in those days, working some side jobs as I entered Uni. Those were the days. I’ve been carrying it along to every MSX event from that moment onwards. Many people attending those fairs have shared the joy playing games on that machine at the Bitwise booth Wink

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