wang 2200 MVP & more looking for home (fast!)

From: Jim Battle <>
Date: Tue Apr 23 09:38:25 2002

BTW, Joe didn't say where he was, but it would appear to be Wisconsin.

At 07:01 AM 4/23/02 -0700, you wrote:
>Last night I was contacted by Joe Kultgen about a wang 2200 MVP he needs
>to get rid of by the end of the month. Although I'm into the 2200, I'm
>interested in just a few early models.
>Please contact Joe directly at rtfm AT tds DOT net
>> Are you still looking for some vintage Wang 2200 hardware?
>> About six years ago I pulled one out of service at a brokerage I
>>support. I have the following;
>>3 2200 MVP Processors
>>1 2200 MVPC Processor
>>1 Magna removable hard disk + a half dozen disks. (Uses a removable hard
>>disk platter in plastic cartridge, 10MB)
>>2 twin bay extrernal hard drives (One has 2 MFM drives, other has 1 MFM and
>>one 5 1/4 floppy)
>>2 drive towers (6 bay?) that include 5 1/4 floppy and DAT tape drives.
>>1 large box of drive controlers, I/O, and memory cards.
>>1 Dumb terminal & keyboard
>>25 lbs. of assorted Wang docs and manuals
>>Joe Kultgen
>>RTFM Technical Services
>and in a subsequent email:
>> The reason I'm dumping the stuff is that I'm relocating my shop. I have
>>to be out by the end of the month. If you'd like to circulate the list,
>>please feel free. If somebody expresses an interest in paying the shipping,
>>they can have their pick of the pile, first come first served. I'll hold
>>stuff that anyone wants past the 30th, everything else hits the dumpster.
>Jim Battle ==

Jim Battle ==
Received on Tue Apr 23 2002 - 09:38:25 BST

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