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     I almost forgot in my busyness of preparing to move out of California:

Y A R D  S A L E
Saturday October 6
1306 W. Eighth St.  (near Sycamore Ln.)
Davis, CA

Besides household items, a significant stache of computer stuff and
collectibles (i.e. eBay investments):
easy-to-work-in Enlight ATX case
spare ATX PS
about 20 ISA NIC cards (Intel & 3Com)
2 external Mac SCSI CD-ROM drives
SparcStation IPX system - 32M/2G, tape backup, 21" monitor, kbd, mouse
NCD X-terminal (uses PC kbd, mouse, monitor)
Apple //c system - 128K/2 floppy, monitor, mouse, kbd
Mac 512Ke system (first one w/800K drive)
Mac Classic II system
Mac IIfx system - 8M/250M monitor, mouse, kbd (fastest stock '030 at 40 MHz)
Kaypro II, Kaypro 2, Kaypro 2x, Kaypro 10 - "portable" computers running CP/M
HP-85 system - plotter, dual 3.5" drives, full set of manuals. Runs BASIC
in ROM
AMD K5-133 box - 32M/1G, SuSE 6.2, SCSI
486DX2-66 box - 16M/500M, Debian 2.2r2 - Win95 Dual, CD-ROM
California Computer Systems S-100 bus mainframe system - Z-80 CPU, 512K,
dual 8" drives
spare 19-slot S-100 mainframe
Zenith Z-100 system - dual 8085/8086 CPU, S-100 bus, 786K, dual 5-1/4"
floppy, monitor, CP/M-80 and ZDOS
Zenith Z-150 PC - XT clone, 640K, dual 5-1/4" floppy, MS-DOS 2.1, MSWord
1.0, MSWindows 1.01
Altos 8600 server - 8086 CPU, 1M/20M, 8" floppy, Wyse terminal
IBM PC model 5150 system - 640K, dual 5-1/4" floppy, model 5151 monitor,
kbd (the one that set the ISA bus standard - just celebrated its 20th
anniversary)
DSD-8800 drive subsystem - 8" floppy, 20M HD, DEC LSI-11 QBUS interface
several sets of speakers
plethora of ISA and VLB cards
spare Mac mice and keyboards
vintage PC, Apple, Mac software
cables and dongles up the wahoo (PC and Mac)

     Be there, or you miss out!

Edwin
753-5043



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