[rescue] hello again, and hardware available

Eric Dueweke edueweke at gmail.com
Fri Jan 16 14:58:45 CST 2015

I am probably one of the two people who didn't come through.  In my
defense,  I took two of the four 6800s available :-)

These machines are well cared for and will be a lot of fun for someone. I
just wanted to vouch for the machines as well as their current owner!


On Jan 15, 2015 6:40 PM, "Dave McGuire" <mcguire at neurotica.com> wrote:

>   Hey folks, long time no see.  Bill tells me things are a bit nicer on
> this list these days, so I figured I'd come back, at least for awhile.
> Life has changed a lot for me in recent years, almost exclusively for
> the better, and in ways which make it more relevant for me to be on this
> particular mailing list.
>   So, I have a problem.  I have two Sun Fire 6800 systems here that I've
> become quite desperate to unload.  I love 'em dearly, but they are just
> taking up space, and some recent arrivals have made things very cramped
> in here.  I would very much like to re-home these machines as soon as
> possible.  I am willing to deliver them to pretty much anywhere in the
> US, as long as all related costs are covered.  Commercial freight is
> also a possibility, as long as you make the arrangements.  I ask nothing
> in return for these systems except that they be given a good home.
>   I've been trying to re-home these systems for nearly two years now.
> Two people have backed out on me already, and it's becoming a real issue
> here.  Please, someone take them.  I will do everything I can to assist.
>   I have some other stuff here that needs to move as well, just some
> random machines that don't really fit within my collection focus.
> Mostly UltraSPARC-III gear, but some other stuff as well.
>                Thanks,
>                -Dave
> --
> Dave McGuire, AK4HZ/3
> New Kensington, PA
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