Some DEC parts and a Sun-compatible CD-ROM drive
dbetz at xlisper.com
Tue Oct 6 09:05:42 CDT 2009
I'm not sure it would be a good idea to ship the RZ25 to the UK since
I'm not absolutely certain that it works. I figured I'd pay the
shipping to someone local if they were interested and that nothing
would be lost if it turned out to be bad. I have no reason to believe
it doesn't work but I have never tried it since it was given to me.
On Sep 29, 2009, at 4:15 PM, Rob Jarratt wrote:
> Any idea what it might cost to ship the RZ25 to the UK?
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>> I have a few DEC items that might be of interest to people here:
>> RZ25-E hard drive
>> BCC14-10 cable
>> BCC05 cable
>> H8574-A SCSI terminator
>> I also have a Toshiba TXM3401E1 CD-ROM drive that I used to install
>> software on a Sun SPARCstation.
>> Of course, I'd like to sell this stuff for millions or at least
>> trade it for an Apple 1 but I'll consider all offers that don't
>> involve negative numbers!
>> Anyone interested in this stuff?
> I forgot to mention that this stuff is in Bedford, NH but it's small
> enough that it could be shipped. I also have a canvas bag with the
> NeXT logo and the text "The NeXT Day" on it that was given to me when
> I attended the introduction of the NeXT machine in San Francisco.
> Hint: zero is not a negative number
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