[rescue] Stuff needing a new home

Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. rescue at hawkmountain.net
Tue Jan 25 19:13:30 CST 2005

Oh crap... I'm not local and didn't catch the no ship thing...

Either way if the stuff I asked for is still available, I'll
see if anyone on the list that is local could pick it up, or
maybe if I cover the cost for you to take it to a pack and
ship place (or toss you some extra dinero to pack it....)

Definately want to find out if one of the 3/80s has the
revision mainboard I want, and interested in that Sun SCSI

-- Curt

On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 10:20, Devin L. Ganger wrote:
> I have a ton of classic and not-so-classic computers and accessories to 
> find new homes for. Since I don't have the time or money to ship any of 
> this, you need to be willing to pick up in the Seattle, WA area. Most of 
> this stuff at least powered up the last time I was able to get to it, 
> although there are likely some TLC issues on most or all of them that 
> need to be attended to such as missing RAM or hard drives. One of the 
> C-64s doesn't power up and a couple of the color NCD terminals don't 
> have monitors or have monitors that are futzing, but all of the base 
> units works.
> Some of this stuff I'm willing to let go for free, some of it I'd like 
> to see at least $5 for. And there are a couple of items (the Auspex, the 
> Sun Ultra 1 and disk pack, the Apple IIgs, the Cisco router) I would 
> like to get a bit more than that from. Especially the Auspex, the 
> SPARCbook, and the Cisco router.
> Please e-mail me with what you're interested in, how much you'd be 
> willing to pay, and what your schedule is like. I don't usually have any 
> time during business hours to try to meet people places, unless it's at 
> my home in Monroe on one of the days I'm working from home. Evenings and 
> weekends are best bet if you're not willing to drive to Monroe. If I 
> have to drive a load of equipment somewhere, I'm probably going to want 
> to charge enough for it to make it worth my while.
> On with the list!
> CP/M
>   x1 Northstar S-100 CP/M chassis, expansion cards, floppies
> Apple
>   x1 Apple IIe system + accessories
>   x1 Apple III system + accessories
>   x1 Apple IIgs system + accessories
>   x1 Mac 256
>   x1 PowerMac 7x00 system + accessories
> Commodore
>   x1 Commodore printer
>   x2 Commodore 64s + boxes of accessories
>   x5 Commodore 1541 floppy drives
> Sun
>   x3 Sun 3/60 pizzaboxes
>   x2 Sun 3/80 pizzaboxes
>   x2 Sun SPARCstation 2 pizzaboxes
>   x1 Sun UltraSPARC 1 Creator 3D
>   x1 Sun 6-disk external 68-pin SCSI disk pack, 6 18GB SCA drives
>   x1 Tadpole SPARCbook 3GX + accessories + Solaris 7 & Tadpole extensions
> Terminals
> x11 Wyse 30 dumb terminals
>   x1 B&W 19" NCD X terminal
>   x6 color NCD X terminals
> Routers, Network, Telco
>   x1 Cisco 2516 router (48VDC telco power supply)
>   x1 19" 1u serial/parallel print server
>   x2 Fujitsu DSL modems
>   x1 DirecTV DSL modem
> Specialty
>   x1 Auspex NS 5500 (7' tall, 770 lbs!)
>   This was a high-end server running a special form of SunOS 4.1
>   using Functional Multiprocessing (FMP). Auspex tells me it is
>   the only one in private hands that hasn't been traded in or
>   scrapped. True classic computing lovers only need apply.
>   YOU MUST PICK UP THIS ITEM. I *cannot* transport it. Bring a
>   big truck or van and suitable moving/tie-down equipment and
>   padding.
> Misc.
>   x1 ZIP SCSI external drive
>   x1 HP parallel external CD burner
>   Assorted A/V switchboxes
>   Assorted TDMA cellphones + accessories

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