[vcf-midatlantic] Items available at Festivus

Tony Bogan thebogans at mac.com
Thu Nov 14 14:26:50 EST 2019

Jeff, I am going to have a fair amount of stuff from Bob Applegate for people to take for free. I have some stuff already and am going to see him Saturday to get more.
I will need one table for sure to hold the stuff from him and the stuff I am selling (not much but some) and would gladly take another (or half of one!) that should empty out quickly since a lot of the stuff is free.


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> On Nov 14, 2019, at 2:08 PM, Jeffrey Brace via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> I want to stress that selling/buying during Festivus is allowed, but there
> is limited table space and I want people to remember that this is primarily
> a party.
> Last year there was too much stuff on tables which inhibited places to eat,
> put food and move around.
> I do however have an idea of where we can put stuff for those who need 1
> table.
> Everyone, please ask me first before bringing a large number of stuff.
> I figure out if there is space and tables available.
> Just remember this space and tables are limited and I won't let it turn
> into an uncontrolled swap meet.
> On Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 9:55 PM Jeff Galinat via vcf-midatlantic <
> vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
>> Since I have missed the last few workshops due to scheduling conflicts and
>> since some of you have expressed interest in some of the vintage computing
>> items I posted a few months ago, I will be attending Festivus to deliver
>> those items before I move to Tucson. There are now some additional items on
>> this list so please let me know if you are interested in any of this stuff
>> so I can bring it. Feel free to make an offer if you feel the price is out
>> of line. I will probably list a few more items before the event as I
>> uncover them.
>> Altair Clone with optional cassette interface $325
>> Please see altairclone.com for details
>> Apple //c with power supply $100
>> Composite Apple //c monitor with stand $40
>> $130 for the above pair
>> (Been in storage for 2 years - will test before Festivus
>> ECT S-100 chassis with 10 slot ECT passive terminated backplane & power
>> supply $125
>> ZETA 2 - Z-80 SBC with CP/M in ROM, 512kb RAM, floppy disk controller
>> Assembled & tested $115
>> ParPortProp board for above - adds SD card storage $40
>> Details here => <http://www.malinov.com/Home/sergeys-projects/zeta-sbc-v2>
>> Lee Hart's 1802 Membership Card early version - $35
>> Q & T - 8" Floppy drive enclosure power cord, fan, barrier strip for AC
>> power but NO POWER SUPPLY. Holds 1 - 8" full height drive or 2 - 8" half
>> height drives. $20
>> HP 6100Cse SCSI flatbed scanner new in box - perfect for vintage desktop
>> publishing $20
>> Assorted 4164, 41256 and 411000 type dynamic RAM NOS stored in tubes $5 for
>> quantity 10 of any type
>> Protec PRO-83 Z-80 microprocessor trainer with on board S-100 bus expansion
>> capability. Tested & working. A French manual is included along with an
>> English manual for its predecessor, the PRO-80. Keyboard operation is the
>> same for both units. $80
>> Quantronics/PSS 8K S-100 boards passed 2 types of memory tests no errors
>> (2 available) $30ea
>> Maximize BBX Computer - Modern day BASIC computer with case, power supply,
>> keyboard & speakers- $60
>> Details here:<
>> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/818225433/maximite-bbx-the-modern-day-basic-language-compute
>> Regards
>> Jeff Galinat
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