Disposing of a Collection

From: Zane H. Healy <healyzh_at_aracnet.com>
Date: Mon Sep 15 13:54:00 2003

>What I'd suggest is putting a description of what you have up on the list,
>and see if people are interested in it. I'm sure there's a fair number of
>people that'd be interested in large chunks of your collect, and might
>even be willing to drive to where you are, if they know. I know I'd
>probably be game if you were within a 6-8 hour drive.

Good point, unfortunately Purdue is a long way from me. I'm located in Oregon. I'm not really interested in shipping stuff, I don't really have time to deal with shipping.

The following is a pretty good list of what should be available. Not everything on the DEC list is available, unless the price is right. I'm not really looking to get rid of the PDP-8's, PDP-11/44, or MV2 stuff (the MV2 stuff is spares basically chassis spares for my PDP-11's). If the price was right, there could be even more stuff than is listed here. The list also doesn't cover all the software and documentation that I have (I probably have almost as much volume in doc's as I do in hardware).


| Zane H. Healy                    | UNIX Systems Administrator |
| healyzh_at_aracnet.com (primary)    | OpenVMS Enthusiast         |
|                                  | Classic Computer Collector |
|     Empire of the Petal Throne and Traveller Role Playing,    |
|          PDP-10 Emulation and Zane's Computer Museum.         |
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