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Fri Nov 9 07:52:12 CST 2007
Fred Cisin wrote:
>> "Collectible Microcomputers" says: $150 to $400 (chiclet keyboard),
>> $25 to $150 (typewriter keyboard)
> Deduct 25% from the value if it is "the FIRST personal computer"
Heh. It's in a thrift store in San Antonio TX. There's a price tag
on it, and that's it.
I don't particularly want it. Wait, let me rephrase that. Unless a
PET can commit an unnatural act while humming Bolero, I particularly
don't want it. :) However, if someone else does, it's at Goodwill
Computer Works (thanks, Mark!) on IH410. I'll be back down there Monday
the 19th, so if anybody wants it reeeaaaallly badly, I could be
persuaded to nab it and ship it.
They also had a stack of very clean Apple IIgs boxes for $15. the 2
that I looked in had memory expansion, nothing else.
The PET's really outside my scope of interest, so I didn't look at it
that closely. I think the tape drive was sitting a little skewed, but
didn't notice any obvious wear on the keyboard, or damage to the screen
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