I picked this Atari 1024STF out of a skip outside the department.
It was quite dirty and it had no coax out.
There were also some keys missing.
I decided to strip the computer. The motherboard might come in useful because the 68000 is very nice, but the rest is useless.
The space inside is only a few cm high so in order to fit a full AT power supply I had to bend all the heat sink fans outwards.
There is no space for any PCI cards so I found a motherboard that had everything on board. (Thanks (G)Nick)
It was a crappy PC chips board with a video card, 3D sound, 100/10 network, modem, and the usual. The CPU was a K6II - 450. And it has 96Mb of ram.
This was the best aranement inside the atari shell.
The hard disk is on the right but i think i can screw it to the top of the case and stick a ZIP in its place.
So the whole computer is flattened down to fit under the keyboard.
And it still fits with the top on.
The keyboard is very nice but there is noway I can interface it with an AT protocol.
So I got an old clicky switched keyboad and stripped that down. It sortof fits but I will need to do a lot of sutting and glueing.
The next thing to do is the sockets. The serial is probably going to be laced in the original mouse/joystick port.
The others Im still not sure about.