[vcf-midatlantic] Stuff I'm bringing to VCF

Bill Degnan billdegnan at gmail.com
Fri May 18 00:25:39 EDT 2018

I have a complete MicroVAX 3100 80 system and a 4000 VLC
I don't have a lot of room in my car so I will do my best to bring things
that people want.

On Fri, May 18, 2018 at 12:05 AM, Lou via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:

> Chris: I might be interested in one of those Octanes if no one else
> is. If others are more interested however then feel free to give it to
> them as I already have 2 SGI machines already!
> Bill: Might be slightly interested in the Alpha system since I am
> still looking for some Unix machines.
> As for myself, I am bringing an Admiral 1949 TV which already has a
> buyer. Outside of that might bring one or two Apple systems but they
> are not nearly as interesting.
> -Lou
> >>* I have two non-working SGI Octanes. Once has a blown capacitor in the
> *>>* power supply. The other, Just doesn't run.
> *>>* They are free to anyone willing to take them. I just assume not even
> *>>* bring them in the building. I would rather just move from one car to
> *>>* another.
> *>>>>* One complete Commodore PET 8032 in box with dual drive and printer
> all
> *>>* in box. Original everything.
> *>>>>* Two IBM 5150s
> *>>>>* I may also have a Teletype Model 43 and an ATT 6300
> *>>>>* Brian is bringing some TRS-80 Model IIIs
> *>>>>>>* What are you guys bringing?
> *>>>>
> >>Possibly (anyone interested in?):
> >
> >Dec keyboards (terminal style and newer alpha style)
> >VT 220
> >VAX /ALPHA CDs mostly monthly folders with software and updates
> >A StorageWorks chassis (3 SCSI drive desktop unit)
> >DLT III drive with lots of tapes
> >DECTerminal (model ~200 I think) and related DEC Terminal and StorageWorks
> >cards
> >At least one MicroVAX and/or Alpha system (desktop units)

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