Equipment available

From: Ward Griffiths and/or Lisa Rogers <>
Date: Thu May 15 11:05:32 1997

Unfortunately, I can't take advantage of this due to being on the wrong
edge of the continent. But if anyone else is interested, go for it. The
TRS-80 Model II IMAO was always one of the most rugged and reliable
systems I ever used.

Ward Griffiths
    "America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within
     the system, but too early to shoot the bastards." --Claire Wolfe

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Date: Thu, 15 May 1997 08:43:21 -0700 (PDT)
From: Andy K. in San Francisco <>
To: gram <>
Subject: Re: Model 2000 Xenix

Hi There:
I saw the posting that you placed on comp.sys.tandy that proclaimed
yourself as a 16/6000 specialist/expert.

I still have one that I don't is taking up too much of valuable
desk space...any suggestions on how to sell (for very little of course)
this computer system.

It is 1 MB, 20 MB primary, 12 MB secondary...2 8" double density disk

I also have two tandy 12s and 2 Model IIs and a VT-52 in the basement
wrapped up in plastic. Software, manual, etc. etc. etc. While I was
working for Toni Kelly of Bay Area (now in Dallas), we shipped a model II
and it was a nightmare, so I would rather not ship it.

Suggestions welcome...the owner of club-100 suggested I could ask $50 for
the Model 2s, $75 for the Tandy 12 and maybe $150 for the 16/6000. Yes I
know people have gotten them free or from garage sales/thrift stores...I
would rather not have to dump these "boat anchors."

Thanks, take care,

andy k. in San Francisco
Received on Thu May 15 1997 - 11:05:32 BST

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