AT&T 3b2, IBM RT, others
cmhanson at eschatologist.net
Mon Aug 29 13:39:30 CDT 2016
They should really part it out, they could probably make more money and it would be more likely to find a home.
Like that person in Denver, who waited until the last minute when he had to empty his rental space and had an “Everything must go!!!” sale on his Macs — he should’ve been putting them up on eBay for 3-6 months in advance of that, and just moving them out, he’d have at least paid for his time and found them good homes.
> On Aug 28, 2016, at 6:54 PM, Doug Fields <dpfields at dpf.cc> wrote:
> Looks like someone bought it all and is trying to resell the stuff I posted about earlier this month. The original seller asked for $1200 for the lot of it.
>> On Aug 6, 2016, at 5:16 PM, Doug F <doug-cctalk at dpf.cc> wrote:
>> The woman didn't seem to be interested in shipping, Ken. I posted her information online earlier so you can contact her directly. One of the other list members is in Austin and may be able to assist, however. Check the recent archives. :)
>>> On Aug 5, 2016, at 10:03 PM, Ken Seefried <seefriek at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'd really like the AT&T 4425 terminal, which doesn't seem to have
>>> been claimed. I spent a couple of years with one on my desk. Any
>>> chance they'd ship?
>>> My wife and I have an agreement that if I bring home any more VME kit
>>> I have to get rid of an equivalent tonnage of other things. So unless
>>> that Motorola tower is an 88200 or something suitable esoteric, I
>>> probably need to pass.
>>> The E&S box looks like a Sun 3/110 or 4/110 with additional boards.
>>> I'd love to have one.
>>> Obviously, I would have killed for the Explorer or the RTs. Double
>>> kill for the 5620. Good they've found homes.
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