Altair, IMSAI, SWTPC, etc. for sale in Philly

Sam O'nella barythrin at
Thu Oct 20 18:28:51 CDT 2016

No idea why this ended up in my spam folder, but replying just to get it
one more look as-if it needed any help ;-)  I'm surprised he doesn't ebay
it to be honest.  The last sentence, is that Rick asking or you Steven

On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 3:44 AM, steven stengel <tosteve at> wrote:

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> --------------------------------------------*************  Contact Rick
> below if interested.  *************-----------------
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> Name: Rick Bunker    Contact: rick at     Location: Jenkintown,
> PA
> I have a computer collection that I have to sell. My wife and I have
> separated, and the house is being sold, and I have no place to keep the
> computers in my new apartment.
> It is a pretty nice collection. Altair 8800, two IMSAI 8080's, an Apple ][
> (not ][+ or e or anything, the first one), a TRS-80 (the real first
> revision, with no numeric keypad, with the original cassette drive,
> monitor) an LSI monitor, a KIM-1, an original IBM PC (not an XT -- original
> 2-floppys, original bios), an SwTPC 6800 box, with no innards. Similarly, a
> Cromemco box with no innards. A Northstar Horizon.
>  Some 8-inch drives, a bunch of S-100 boards, a luggable Kaypro portable,
> an odd and an end or two.
> Lots of documentation.
>  Some old disks which may have readable software on them. I don't power
> these things up, since they have power supplies that you can weld with,
> with 40-year-old capacitors on them.
> Is there anybody in striking distance of Philadelphia suburbs, who would
> consider buying and picking up this collection?
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