Slow But OK

From: George Rachor <>
Date: Tue Feb 24 00:11:44 1998

Greetings John,

What are the plans for the AIM 65? I have something similar buried in a
burgler alarm system (No docs not working). I'm sort of looking to either
get ahold of one of these or sending the pieces I've got to someone
needing to repair one.

In short are you interested in selling yours or would you be interested in



George L. Rachor
Beaverton, Oregon

On Fri, 20 Feb 1998, John R. Keys Jr. wrote:

> Again things have slowed down but a few goodies were found: A Rockwell
> AIM65 4k computer inside what looks like a large calculator case that is
> black and grey in color, has a onboard thermal printer using calculator
> size paper, not tested yet, free; also got 6 R6500 mb's some are marked as
> being bad all free; a Mac IIcx missing HD and memory simms for free; a
> working Mac SE/30 without KB and mouse for $15; a Victor 386sx/20 laptop
> broken screen with power adapter for free. Other manuals gotten at thrift
> stores and some software that's been the week. Keep Computing - John
Received on Tue Feb 24 1998 - 00:11:44 GMT

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