[rescue] Up From The Basement: Two Mac Goodies!
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Thu Jul 10 19:25:13 CDT 2014
On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 1:08 PM, Lionel Peterson <lionel4287 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I pulled two interesting items up from the morass that is my basement,
> and I thought folks here might be interested in them..
> First up, an Apple book - "Guide to the Macintosh Family Hardware"
> Second Edition, it covers the Mac Plus, Macintosh SE, Macintosh SE/30,
> Macintosh Portable, Macintosh II, Macintosh IIx, Macintosh IIcx,
> Macintosh IIci, and Macintosh IIfx. It is in used, but excellent
> This book can be viewed online for free at:
> But, for the discerning collector, I have an excellent specimen
> available for the low, low cost of $20 shipped (con US).
> Next up, a completely new, unopened, untested, in perfect condition
> (AFAIK) complete box set of Tenon Mach Ten - it is Unix for the Apple
> Macintosh, Mac Plus and above with 4 MB RAM; 40 MB hard disk and is
> distributed on 3.5" 800K Disks. The manuals are still shrink-wrapped,
> the disks are still in the sealed plastic pouch, and the software box
> (you remember when software used to come in boxes, right?) is in
> perfect condition.
> I'd like to get $40 shipped (con US) for the Unix distribution,
> because, well, I have to believe this is a one-of-a-kind find.
> This does include the serial number for the software, so there should
> be no problem installing it on your Mac.
> Additional information on Tenon Mach Ten can be found at:
> If you are interested in either (or both), please contact me off-list.
A bit unrelated but that reminded me that my first Linux box
ever was a Mac se/30.
> Lionel Peterson
> lionel4287 at gmail.com
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