Vintage Computer Warehouse Liquidation
tsraguso at gmail.com
Sun Oct 6 09:32:41 CDT 2019
Update on the vintage computer warehouse:
I have found some very rare and interesting items inside the warehouse.
These include a Systems Engineering Laboratories SEL-810 mainframe from
about 1967, along with its Teletype model 33 ASR.
I have also identified some of the IBM punch-card machines. There are two
IBM 552 Interpreters, manufactured between 1937 and 1957, as well as an IBM
083 Card Sorter.
Additionally, there is a complete Alpha Micro system with the disk drive.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
On Sun, Sep 22, 2019, 2:40 PM Thomas Raguso <tsraguso at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is my first of many posts that I will make about this sale.
> I am liquidating a large warehouse filled with vintage computers including
> Apple, DEC, IBM, Commodore, Tandy/Radio Shack, HP, and more. Many items are
> currently inaccessible due to large piles of junk and video games.
> So far, I have found:
> Apple Lisa 2
> Tandy 6000 HD
> IBM 5251 Keyboard
> MicroVAX 3900 (currently inaccessible)
> MicroVAX II (currently inaccessible)
> Cromemco System One
> Ohio Scientific Challenger 2p
> Lots of Apple II series
> IBM 5110
> Piles of VT100s
> Even more VT220, VT320
> Northstar Advantage
> Osborne 1
> Various Kaypros
> PC clones
> Commodore B-Series
> Just about every kind of TRS-80
> IBM XT with monitor in box
> NeXT cube
> Almost every type of Macintosh
> IBM PS/2 P70
> HP 3000 (inaccessible)
> 1970s HP computers
> Boxes filled with Cromemco and Northstar manuals
> A pallet of 1980s PC clones (inaccessible)
> Heaps of CRT monitors
> Mechanical Keyboards
> At least 20 Apple Extended Keyboard II's
> I have barely scratched the surface of the warehouse, and will keep you
> updated when I find more items, or am able to move the large systems.
> The DEC terminals are not yet for sale, since I have not yet found the
> I am not taking offers on the entire warehouse at this time.
> Please feel free to text me with questions
> Thomas Raguso
> (832) 374-2803
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