East coast movie - wants to rent old computers
John Boffemmyer IV
john_boffemmyer_iv at boff-net.dhs.org
Wed Oct 26 22:18:47 CDT 2005
Would a couple 386's do? Grin. I remember that the Pentium came out
in limited numbers around '90-'91 (my mind is going, Dave...
daisy...), clearing the way for anything prior to, would make up to
486's viable in this lady's search. Unfortunately, the PS/2's I have
do have 386 processors, but were made after 1991. =/
I could always pull my generic clones out for a few bucks. There are
a few guys on this list that I directly know of (that are in my area
or closer to NYC) that have many more prime targets to rent than I.
-John Boffemmyer IV
At 06:33 PM 10/26/2005, you wrote:
>Help Jennifer (in NYC) if you can!
> > Jennifer Greenberg - email:
> > yougotjen(-at-)yahoo(-dot-)com
> > I am working on a movie for which I will need
> > computers from the mid 1970's, and
> > mid to late 1980's. I am wondering if you know of
> > any sources on the east coast who might be
> > interested in renting such things.
> > Warm Regards,
> > Jennifer
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