[Chugalug] virtual swapmeet

Stephen Kraus ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 04:25:55 UTC 2012


Ed, I'll have to get with you, I might be interested in a few things
On Nov 16, 2012 11:14 PM, "Ed King" <chevyiinova at bellsouth.net> wrote:

> I've come to the realization that there is no way in hell I'm gonna be
> ready for a physical swap meet tomorrow.   Its hard to plow thru a several
> hundred computers collected over the last 10 years in just a few days.  The
> truth is, I was doing pretty good about gathering up stuff to recycle/trade
> until I stopped to play with my big Wang (I'm definitely keeping that
> computer, just so I can say I have a big Wang).
>
> So I'm going to focus on gathering up stuff for Monday's free recycle day
> at OGRC.
>
> I mentioned having some stuff that might be too cool/vintage/useful to
> send to the boneyard.  Here's a partial list...
>
> several sparcstations (1/2/5/10/20) and an ultra 1 and ultra 2
> (I plan to pick one or two to keep and let the rest go)
> sun enterprise 250
> mac IIsi
> mac lc575
> mac lc580
> pre-g3 powermac or two or three or twelve
> alphaserver 400 4/233
> sun gdm-20e20 monitor
> hp9000 g50
> ibm eduquest 45 or two
> supermicro 1u server 2xPIII 866mhz 756mb ram
> sgi purple indigo2
> sgi scsi storage thingy
> sgi indy
> sgi o2
> old game consoles (I think I have nes, snes, sega genesis), controllers,
> games
> panasonic w1505a word processor (the missing link between typewriters and
> computers!).   I have tried to trash that damn thing 20 times but it keeps
> coming back.
>
> Does any of the stuff above still work after sitting in my den for 10
> years?  hellifino.  I will have to plug 'em up and see, and that takes
> time.   If anyone sees something on the list that they lust after, let me
> know and I'll arrange my testing sequence accordingly.  Oh, and let me know
> what you have for trade :)   I'm always looking for apple IIs, compact
> macs, mac parts (eg: mac plus keyboard), parts for pc-jr (eg: a keyboard
> would be nice to have), commodore stuff, coleco adam, stuff like that from
> early 80's (or older).  What I do NOT want is intel/amd junk, 386 or
> higher.
>
> Thank you, drive thru
>
>
>
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