Trenton Computer Festival

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Date: Fri May 23 14:39:00 2003

Hello Mike,

I couldn't help but noticing the message below from you a little while back,
and I also remembered you messed with some apple and macintosh stuff.
If you have any National Instruments Nubus NB-DIO32F boards, and the price
is right, I might be able to buy all that you might have available that are
in good

Best Regards

At 10:27 PM 5/11/03 -0700, you wrote:
>At 04:30 PM 5/9/03 -0400, TeoZ wrote:
>>$25 for a nubus uwscsi or a IIgs card is fair, but on ebay some go for over
>>$50. I find it funny how you see the same person with the same add selling
>>one a day after his last auction sold. Is it the same one that was bid up by
>>a shill or does he have a big pile of the rare cards.
>For at least the last 5 years the MAJOR problem with Apple II related
>items is that they don't sell for high enough price, often enough, to keep
>more than a small percentage of systems from going directly into gold
>recovery bins. I hate to think of how many items that we griped about the
>silly selling price on ebay that are now gone, and never likely to show up
>at other than wild prices if at all. 16 MB IIfx ram simms, eventide sound
>cards for the IIe, Tokamac IIfx 68040 cards.
>Nobody is making a lot of money in classic computers, its more like
>sifting a LOT of sand for a few small nuggets.
Received on Fri May 23 2003 - 14:39:00 BST

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