Price guide for vintage computers

From: Jeff Hellige <>
Date: Sun Oct 28 18:25:54 2001

>Another problem is where to get software. A $5 Apple II found at
>local thrift shop
>or newer computer often are found missing the critical software
>need to boot. Printed DOC's and schematics for repair are gone.
>With out this that sadly most good old computers just end in the

        Thrift stores tend to do worse than that. The ones I've
frequented tend to seperate things as much as possible so you're
likely to find a CPU and then have a bear of a time getting the
sometimes proprietary keyboard and such that went with it. That was
my problem with both an Altos III terminal and IBM 8573-121.

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