Met Dave Kerr at the Hamfest in Brampton. He gave me a number of old chips for the Mod 80 along with a decent 5V power supply. Among the chips were some more 1702A EPROMS and several dozen 2102A RAM chips, including a great many early MIL gold plated chips. Some were made in 1972. Also got a nice MIL MF8008A CPU chip as well. Among the parts I got there was another custom vector board that was made so that the monitor 80 code located in high memory could be executed automatically upon system reset.
Charles Baetsen holds a Bachelor and a Master's degree in Engineering Physics from McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada.