AT&T 3b2, IBM RT, others
derschjo at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 19:17:22 CDT 2016
On Sun, 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.
Isn't that the same eBay seller who had the Multiflow Trace (and thus is
the "original seller" you mentioned who was asking only $1200)? Wish the
seller would part it out (and ship). And maybe ask reasonable prices for
filthy untested computer parts. There's a Moniterm monitor in the back
left that I've been looking for for awhile...
> > 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. :)
> > Cheers,
> > Doug
> >> 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.
> >> KJ
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