[rescue] [geeks] ultra 1/2/5/30/60 and an SS/20
b4 at gewt.net
Sun Apr 27 10:51:09 CDT 2014
Aww. I'd love some if this but Ohio is out of your way.
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> On 27 Apr 2014, at 10:34, Lionel Peterson <lionel4287 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have decided to make the trip to ATL this coming weekend, and I'd like to
> shed as much of this stuff on the way down on Thursday & Friday.
> At present, I plan to drive about half-way to ATL on Thursday (NJ -
> Blackburg, VA), then the rest of the way on Friday (Blackburg, VA to ATL).
> I'm assembling a list of things I can deliver along the way, and I know a
> few folks want me to ship items elsewhere, but I'll post the list and give
> preference to those that can take delivery along the way to ATL.
> As noted, I have various Sun workstations and a few other items, all of
> which will be listed in my follow-up email, but in scanning the basement I
> found a few oddities that I wanted to point out for special attention:
> E450 (only one, one short for a set of coffee tables I'm afraid)
> Dell Blade Server (of fairly recent vintage with an assortment of Xeon
> blades and accessories)
> several older Laserjets (LJ4000, LJ4mv (11" wide printer), 5Si MX (looks
> like a copier - it's on a pedestal with a ton of paper trays)
> a serial terminal server (big, 4-5U sized unit w/24 ports IIRC)
> an old PowerMac Clone from Motorola (StarMax?)
> an Octane
> some misc. older Apple keyboards/mice, ADC displays, and even a Mac Pro of
> the "wrapped in plastic" PowerPC era.
> If any of this interests you, and you are along the way between NJ and ATL
> drop me a note off-list, a few bucks to offset gas costs would be
> appreciated, but I'm most interested in saving these bits from the
> On Sun, Apr 13, 2014 at 11:07 AM, Lionel Peterson
<lionel4287 at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Last call, I've got a butt-load of these systems to shed, is anyone
>> interested in any of it before I cart them off to the scrapper? I have at
>> least a dozen asst. systems to dispose of, some with dead NVRAM, some with
>> good NVRAM. I've got some nice CPUs and RAM in these boxes, surely someone
>> at least wants to upgrade their system. I have no problem parting out
>> systems before scrapping them.
>> Delivery is possible if you are within two hours of Trenton, NJ - if
>> someone wants a large number of these I'll drive further, and I may be
>> driving to Atlanta in a few weeks, so if you are between NJ and ATL, we
>> could maybe work something out.
> Lionel Peterson
> lionel4287 at gmail.com
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