With the HomeComputerMuseum we try to show our visitors as much of the history of the home computer as possible. We also get to know more and more and their place in the history of the computer. Therefor we will put a list here of the machines we currently don't have and really want to show in the museum.

We are willing to buy them for a reasonable price, but we can also borrow it from you and make a contract when this happens. If you have something you want to either sell to us or lend out to us and it's not on the list, please contact us anyway. Maybe we simply don't know about the machine, forgot to put it here or we have a non-working one in the museum. And yes, we are aware some of the machines are rare or nearly impossible to find.

  • Altair 8800
  • AGAT computer
  • Atari 5200
  • Atari STbook
  • Apple II (rev 0)
  • Apple IIc Plus
  • Apple IIe Platinum
  • Apple Lisa 1
  • Bally Astrocade
  • Commodore 65
  • Commodore 900
  • Commodore Amiga CDTV-CR
  • Commodore Amiga 3000T
  • Commodore Amiga 3500
  • Commodore Amiga 4000T
  • Compucolor II
  • Datapoint 2200
  • Holborn 9100
  • Fairlight CMI
  • GRiD Compass 1100
  • Intel MCS8 / Intellec 8 Mod 80
  • IMSAI 8080
  • Magnavox Odyssey
  • Micral N
  • PDP 11/20
  • PDP 8e
  • Sharp x68000
  • Tandy 1200
  • Tandy 3000
  • Tandy 6000
  • Tandy 600
  • Tandy Videotex
  • Tatung Einstein
  • Xerox Alto

We're always looking for desks, chairs and items from the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Please contact us too if you have one of these items?

Also check out our other needs to expand the museum at the Labs & Research page.