PDP 11/34, as well as an offer

From: William Donzelli <william_at_ans.net>
Date: Thu Jun 12 10:54:28 1997

> >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!).
> Hmmm, some detail perhaps? I may be interested.

I have some 8mm tape drives (SCSI), 1.44 diskette drives (should work in
a PS/2...hey! who just threw that rotten tomato!), RS/6000 SCSI and
RS-232 cards (will not work in a PS/2), some big IBM ASICs with zillions
of pins and big heatsinks, and a Powerserver 930 motherboard (I do not
know if the thing will function without the front panel - lights,
buttons, keyswitch).

I suppose this stuff is not classic yet (three years to go, for most
entrance rules), but came from somewhat important machines (yes, all of
your freinds will say "so what?").

William Donzelli
Received on Thu Jun 12 1997 - 10:54:28 BST

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