I enjoy collecting and fixing old computers, there's something kinda fun about it all. Taking a dead machine and making it work is pretty satisfying. I've also been trying to learn how to make new things for computers, something I've been failing at but find the idea of to be pretty cool.
Coal Burner - A WIP homebrew 68K-based computer specced for 1981.
CDP's 11/04-ish - Replicating the PDP-11/04 as a way to learn about the PDP-11 and 74181-based minicomputers.
WIP: Fujitsu FM-11AD (FM-11, 1982) - Building my own from a bare motherboard, this will be a few months but check out these ROM dumps!
Mitsubishi ML-8000 (MSX, 1983) - The first MSX. Also my first MSX.
Pioneer PX-V7 (MSX, 1984) - A MSX1 which can interface to LaserDisc players. Also the page for "MSX-PG", a WIP LD-700 simulator for Pioneer-interface MSXes.
WIP: NABU PC (NABU, 1982) - That funny Canadian system everyone's been getting their hands on.
PC-9821Ra266/W30R (PC-9800, 1997) - One of my first (and still one of my favorite) PC98s.
WIP: FACOM 9450-II (1983) - An interesting Japanese business machine with a CPU you've probably never heard of.
Sharp MZ-80C (MZ-80K Line, 1979) - A really neat factory-upgraded Sharp MZ-80K.
WIP: X68000 Expert (X68000, 1989) - A machine which has annoyed me for the better part of a year.