KIM-1 Micro Computer System/1976 by MOS, INC. - NO RESERVE!!. What's the most extensive available Kim 1 worth? Lets find out, NO Reserve! This Kim 1 is well suited for a computer museum or an art museum in my opinion. I grew up with this computer from 1976-1981, my dad was an IBM Hardware/Software Engineer and put this system together. I played Hunt the Wumpus, Star Trek, Luner Lander, etc daily. My dad had it hooked up to his HAM radio and a teletype-RTTY. This has the most extensive ...hardware package and literature package I have ever seen. You know the story, it was a working computer when shelved, but its been resting in a file cabinet for 30+ years. Let me know if you need more info or pics. What you see is what you get, will take a genius to get it going again, sold as is. EnjoyOn Aug-19-19 at 17:52:04 PDT, seller added the following information:This is a revision A with the 6502 CPU.On Aug-19-19 at 18:04:47 PDT, seller added the following information:Keyboard is an Electronics Warehouse Inc. ASCII Encoded Keyboard EW-100B with original paperwork/schematics and my dads notes labeled "Legend" for wires, etc. Everything you see on the table you see will be sent to the buyer. The binders contain 6502 user notes, RTTY EXLATOR notes, my dads notes and interesting schematics, etc.