Chromatics on ebay
scaron at umich.edu
Thu Jul 23 10:55:15 CDT 2015
Geography matters ... if you're in the right area, say, near a university
with a historically high computer science impact, or large high-tech
industries ... you can find a lot of equipment for free or very low cost
since the density was high and you're well situated to inexpensively pick
up large items ... other places, you've got to ship almost anything
interesting in, and when things start getting large and heavy, the price
runs up quick; it starts to cost real money to prep and move tonnage ... if
there are any constants to collecting computers, this is one of them.
On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 11:32 AM, william degnan <billdegnan at gmail.com>
> I told the person that they will get more $$ if they prepare in
> advance to ship, etc. People don't care and /or are lazy sometimes.
> On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 11:21 AM, Bill Sudbrink <wh.sudbrink at verizon.net>
> >> I spoke with the person, told him it was historic, looked up some info
> >> on the machine and when it was produced, etc. VERY surprised it sold
> >> for $5. Total bargain.
> > That's what "local pickup only" will do to an auction.
> > There's a Vector MZ for 99 cents right now for the same reason.
> > Bill S.
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