[rescue] SS20, SS4, SS5 chassis wanted

Peter Stokes peter at ashlyn.co.uk
Sun Jan 7 17:05:49 CST 2018

Hi Jon

Probably not too silly a price nowadays. I have no great interest in stocking
the 150s which are a large part of the value unfortunately. I was looking to
pay around B#100 for a base with no cpu or Nvram. Best I would offer would be
around B#150 for it with CPUs etc, but you should get good price for the 150s
on their own.

I am also happy to throw in an team from my stock to sweeten the deal depends
what you are interested in?

Let me know what you think?


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> On 5 Jan 2018, at 23:59, Mike Spooner <mike.spooner.ux at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, 5 Jan 2018 15:11:49 +0000, Peter Stokes <peter at ashlyn.co.uk>
>> Hi All
>> Looks like I need to build a few SS20 systems up, anyone have any chassis
>> they
>> want to part with and any SS20 motherboards?
>> I am in the U.K., so prefer EU, but willing to consider anything at this
>> point.
>> Thanks
>> Peter
>> ---------------------------
>> Peter Stokes
>> Ashlyn Computer Services
>> Mbl: 07977 532320
>> ---------------------------
> Peter, I think (!) I have an SS20 - that hasn't been used for quite a
> while. The chassis is the old Aurora-1 chassis with slimline CDROM drive
> bay and floppy-drive bay underneath (the Aurora-2 chassis used a
> full-height CDROM bay and no floppy-drive bay). As I am in the Isle of Man,
> I can get it to the UK quite easily.
> Unfortunately, it is at my exes, so will take a week or so for me to
> retrieve it, if it is still there (it was well hidden under a wall-fixed
> corner-unit desk, but over the last 9 years might just have been removed -
> we'll see).
> Is equipped with some RAM, a CG6 (LEGO) SBus graphics card, 4x Sun CDROM
> drive, a 2Gb SCA disk with aurora bracket, and (after all this time) a dead
> NVRAM battery. Can't remember what CPUs it had, probably one or two SM61.
> As I have not used it for at least 9 years, and and fully occupied with a
> pair of SS10s instead, you should probably have it - better it serves a
> useful purpose rather than just rotting away.
> Let me know off-list if you might be interested, then I can retrieve it and
> check out *exactly* what's in the box and how well it all works.
> Mike Spooner
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