DEC 7000 available in exchange for help with big stuff from Boston

From: Gunther Schadow <>
Date: Wed Apr 9 23:58:00 2003


I set a reward of a nice DEC 7000 with 4 CPUs (AXP) and 1.5 GB RAM
and SCSI for the one who would come with a truck and get it and ---
here is the catch --- bring me my VAX 11/785 (plus more) gear from
Boston. I was going to sell the 7000 on ebay to make money to
afford the move, but now I figure that a trade in this way would
be the more conservative thing to do.

Anybody interested?

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What can I do for u sir? Fred/Boston

Now I wonder, just in case, is anyone of you out in the Boston area,
just in case?

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