PDP 11/34, as well as an offer

From: John Ott <jott_at_maddog.ee.nd.edu>
Date: Thu Jun 12 08:00:52 1997

> > > My GOD! Has anyone seen this??? SOMEBODY DO SOMETHING!
> It really is no fun being so helpless...
> I am on the East Coast (NYC, for those who want to make an index - a good
> idea!), and would have no chance of getting the things.
> I do make quite a few trips between here and Chicago, and could be
> persuaded to move large things (on a flatbed trailer) westbound for gas
> money.
> I feel a bit "unclean" tonight, as today I junked out most of the
> original Internet (aka NSFnet) backbone routers - big IBM PowerServer
> 930s. It is a shame I could not save more of them (2 are now in RCS/RIs
> collection, and 1 is in mine), but the beasts are definitely not carry-on
> luggage sized.
> If anyone wants historic RS/6000 _parts_, speak up and I will send it out
> for postage costs (I dare not sell any! I like my job!). Additionally,
> there are still 2 or 3 still intact in the New York area that I _may_ be
> able to liberate to any other interested retrocomputing clubs (with a
> truck or van).
> William Donzelli
> william_at_ans.net
Hello -

I am running a model 580 and a parts machine would be great. What
model do you have?

John Ott
Received on Thu Jun 12 1997 - 08:00:52 BST

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