flea markets & hamfests (was: When did double-shot keytops disappear?)
pat at computer-refuge.org
Wed Dec 21 13:53:40 CST 2005
Richard declared on Wednesday 21 December 2005 13:39:
> In article <43A99CB1.8020201 at oldskool.org>,
> Jim Leonard <trixter at oldskool.org> writes:
> > Patrick Finnegan wrote:
> > > keycaps or missing/cut off cables), a friend of mine got a couple
> > > boxes of them (probably 20+ keyboards) for $10 at a large-ish
> > > hamfest.
> > No flea markets or hamfests in my area, sadly.
> Same here. It seems that the best opportunities for vintage computing
> stuff via flea markets and hamfests are limited to places like the mid
> atlantic and the bay area.
Like the Dayton, OH "hamvention", or the Fort Wayne, Indiana hamfest,
where the keyboards came from. Oh wait you didn't say "midwest". :)
Or, you could ask the list if anyone has some for sale, and I'm sure you
could find "someone" willing to sell you one for $10 or so.
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