Haletine 2000 ? was Re: Hazeltine 1200
Mr Ian Primus
ian_primus at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 9 20:23:35 CST 2007
--- Richard <legalize at xmission.com> wrote:
> In article
> <200712091555.19523.rtellason at verizon.net>,
> "Roy J. Tellason" <rtellason at verizon.net>
> > On Sunday 09 December 2007 15:47, Richard wrote:
> > > In article
<ded268c40712091038offab0fbg2bc611169d5c55b7 at mail.gmail.com>=
> > ,
> > >
> > > "Paxton Hoag" <innfoclassics at gmail.com>
> > > > So if you see one expect to pay for it.
> > >
> > > I had to outbid other Crommeco collectors for
> the Beehive. $350.
> > Dang! That Cromemco 3101 (?) I have sitting in
> storage is worth that muc=
> > h?
> As we have discussed many times, the prices on ebay
> are not a
> necessarily reliable indicator of value. But yes, I
> had to pay that
> much to win that auction.
> If you auction yours, will it command 350? I don't
> know. I think I'm
> about the only person actively *looking* for a
> beehive terminal. Just
> another demonstration of how, even in a bunch of
> "odd" people, I will
> still be "odder" :-).
Heh. I am actively looking for a Beehive, and several
other old/weird terminals too. But I can't afford to
spend anywhere near that. For example, that Soroc on
eBay - it's a store item for $120 + $60 shipping. I
could never justify spending that much money for a
terminal. (Especially one in as bad a shape as that
Soroc!). I collect terminals, but I just don't have
But, I am glad that Richard found one, and congrats on
the Tek 4014! That's a really, really sweet terminal.
Anyone got one that needs a new home? <grin>
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