Seattle-area computer recycler.. saves classic hardware?
geneb at deltasoft.com
Fri Feb 8 09:21:12 CST 2008
> Somebody who knows something about classic equipment is obviously working
> there, as the stuff is getting as close to the "white glove" treatment as you
> could possibly give it in that environment. I did not see anything similar
> in the other Re-PC store "downtown".
> Just something interesting to share...
I agree. Last month I picked up a complete IBM PC/XT system, and mean
_complete_. The system consisted of the IBM PC/XT (5160), the IBM 5152
printer (with stand), the IBM 5153 CGA color display and the keyboard.
It also included an IBM RS-232 and IBM printer cables. The kicker was
that it's all in the original boxes with original packing. It had DOS 2.0
on the HD and from the file dates, was last used in 1985. It's also a
low serial# machine - It's in the mid 95,000 range. The machine and
accessories are in pristine condition as well. Cost $200. They also had
a working 5155 (portable) a few weeks prior to my purchase that was priced
Proud owner of F-15C 80-0007
http://www.f15sim.com - The only one of its kind.
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