IBM 4361 + StorageTek 4674's
tmfdmike at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 23:11:59 CDT 2016
Oooh! Mine! If I'm fast enough. That's exactly the kind of stuff I
You give everything but his email address...?
On Wed, Aug 24, 2016 at 4:05 PM, Bob Rosenbloom <bobalan at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Want a smallish mainframe? Dan de Long (info at bottom, contact him
> directly) has an IBM 4361 system available.
> Also a bunch of peripherals and more modems than I've ever seen in one
> place. I bought an IBM 2540 card read punch
> from him and picked it up in person. I have some photos of the trip dumped
> from my camera here:
> Stuff's in Sacramento, CA. It's all buried under piles of modems, and I do
> mean buried. It will take some work to get to
> the interesting stuff, but he's willing to help extricate items of interest.
> He actually climbed up and over a 6' high wall
> of modems to get some 3178 terminal displays. Also, you have to crawl
> through holes in shelving units to get to some stuff.
> I did to see some unit record stuff (552, 557 I think).
> The 4361 and EMC disk arrays, tape systems attached to it are not too hard
> to get to. It's not free, or even cheap, he's asking
> $6000 but I'm sure he's willing to negotiate. It's supposed to be up and
> running and demonstrable.
> The guy has many more IBM peripherals.
> 129's 029's 3178's 3278's 3203's 3370, 3741, 3742, more EMC disk systems,
> 3880 controller...
> Contact him directly, he loves to talk about the system.
> I have 12 StorageTek 4674 tape drives available at $75 each. They are
> 1600/6250 9 track.
> Also 2 StorageTek 4670 control units, $125 each.
> Four IBM 3480 tape drive, $300 each.
> Also available IBM 3370 FBA drives and controller.
> Dan de Long
> R&D Data Corp
> 2425 24th Street
> Sacramento Ca 95818
> Phone 916 452 8233
> Vintage computers and electronics
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