Items of interest in Hayward, CA...
kyrrin at bluefeathertech.com
Sat Aug 20 21:41:51 CDT 2005
Get me the name of this place, and I'll consider including them in my upcoming review of scrounge stops in the Bay Area.
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On 19-Aug-05 at 17:40 Eric J Korpela wrote:
>I was wandering around thrift shops today and stumbled across a used
>computer store I hadn't seen before on B street, west of Foothill in
>Hayward. I anticipated that it would be PC/Mac only, like most used
>computer stores, but was pleasantly surprised. Of course, I didn't
>write down its name or address.
>Of interest to this list, here are the things I didn't buy....
>A Commodore PET plus (late model 2001, no built in tape drive, with a
>An AT&T 6300 (or 6300 plus, couldn't see the label.)
>A Tandy 1000HX (i.e. the one that has the keyboard built into the case).
>Several Apple II series models.
>All appeared to be in good condition and the prices were reasonable
>(i.e. ~$25 for the PET)
Bruce Lane, Owner & Head Hardware Heavy,
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