Rich's Classic Computing Pages
07-Apr-2013 17:41 -0400
This web site is dedicated to the preservation of somewhat rare, "classic"
computers of all types, and their related documentation, software, etc.
A "classic" computer is strictly defined as a computer which was first
available more than 10-years ago. The great thing about this hobby is that the definition of "classic" can be
stretched to focus on specific aspects of collecting. Some friends of mine focus on
single-board computers and development systems. Others prefer collecting early
microcomputers such as the Commodore and Apple series. Others still focus on early mini
and mainframe computers.
Many of the documents that I have (or will have) on this site require the Adobe Acrobat
reader, which can be obtained free of charge from
Don't forget to check-out the
page and see what has changed recently.
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