Boat-load Free in Chicago

Roy J. Tellason rtellason at verizon.net
Wed Jul 4 14:04:00 CDT 2007


On Wednesday 04 July 2007 12:38, Chris M wrote:
> oi if the person picking up that stuff doesn't want
> the Otrona, I'll sure give it a good home. It would
> have to be shipped though.
>  Memory sounds nice too, but whoever picks it up I'm
> sure could make ample use of it.

I responded to them directly expressing interest in the Osborne Exec (my first 
computer!) and the RAM,  and maybe some of the other bits (cables, boards, 
etc.)  There's no way I could deal with the whole thing either,  but if 
somebody does snag that stuff I'd be interested in those bits.

> --- steven stengel <tosteve at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hope this hasn't been posted yet.
> > Do not respond to me - see email at bottom:
> >
> > 3 Apple II computers. 2 disk drives
> >  2 green screen monitors w/RCA connectors
> >  Epson desktop computer
> >  Otrona portable computer
> >  Osborne Executive portable
> >  Radio Shack TRS-80 desktop
> >  Radio Shack TRS-80 portable
> >  500 pieces 64k memory chips (20 tubes of 25 each)
> >  1 box 8 inch disks w/software
> >  5 Boxes original vintage software  (apple, cpm and
> > others)
> >  3 Boxes of cables, boards and chassis
> >  7 Boxes manuals and vintage magazines
> >  Misc. printer stands, ribbons, covers, computer
> > stands
> >  22 Boxes of 5 ¼ diskettes (approximately 1000) many
> > with software
> >  7 Boxes of  3 ½ disks (approximately 1000) many
> > with software
> >  Pay shipping or arrange for pick up near O’Hare
> > airport – Chicago
> >  About 120 cubic feet in all
> >
> >  WILL NOT BREAK UP, WINNER TAKES ALL.
> >
> >  Respond to 847-299-3264 ASAP
> >
> > Stan Sharman    stan_sharman at hotmail.com
> >  Des Plaines, Illinois

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