to list and a couple questions.

From: Keys <>
Date: Sat Apr 19 16:28:01 2003

If you are looking for Apple stuff I find that School auctions are the best
source for Apple items. Also many still have older Commodore items as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Shaw" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, April 19, 2003 4:02 PM
Subject: to list and a couple questions.

> Hey there! I hope this isn't bad form but I'm new to the list and just
> wanted to put my collecting needs out there and ask a question or two.
> Currently I'm partial to anything TRS-80, PCjr, or PC XT related. But
> I'm also trying to fill in some gaps with Commodore , TI 99, and Apple
> II(e).
> Also, where do y'all find most of your stuff? There's always ebay, but
> that's usually at a premium. I've thought about notifying some of the
> local auction houses to keep an eye out.
> Any input would be appreciated, and it's good to know that there are
> folks out there who don't immediately think "samford and son" whenever
> they see "obsolete" hardware!
> -Mike
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