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    Default phillips p1000 model

    this came in the mail today looking to restore it any suggestions for glue what type of plastic i should use ect



    if anyone's got any old photos of these Manicheans or other models besides this site plzz let me know (the model on that site was lost long ago from what i have been told so i may have the only 1?) in contact with the site owner
    http://www.computer-museum.nl/Electrologica.html
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    Am I seeing this right ? A doll-house sized model of a mainframe ?
    How cool is that ?
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    That's so f$%*@ng cool. I only thought a mini size of the IBM 360 existed.
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    only cost me 100bucks
    Pegcity bits the home of praire bits and bytes a heritage lost yet not
    Heathkit h89 h77 h11 h10 with some extra bits
    Osborn 1 x2
    pdp8a with asr33 and documentation and software
    GE workmaster with series six PLC and ibm p70 (same as a ge workmaster 2)
    Commodore PC-10 II and other stuff

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    Now if you could only get the big one for $100, or, assuming HO scale, $8700.
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    don't think there is any surviving p1000 macheans left just manuals and a model in contact with a fella that scanned all that stuff worth getting a copy to have somewhere els on the planet
    Pegcity bits the home of praire bits and bytes a heritage lost yet not
    Heathkit h89 h77 h11 h10 with some extra bits
    Osborn 1 x2
    pdp8a with asr33 and documentation and software
    GE workmaster with series six PLC and ibm p70 (same as a ge workmaster 2)
    Commodore PC-10 II and other stuff

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    Apparently, by today's asking prices for mainframe miniatures you got a great deal
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/REMINGTON-RA...item2322187124
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    yea but the univac ones way more detailed and almost 20yrs older
    Pegcity bits the home of praire bits and bytes a heritage lost yet not
    Heathkit h89 h77 h11 h10 with some extra bits
    Osborn 1 x2
    pdp8a with asr33 and documentation and software
    GE workmaster with series six PLC and ibm p70 (same as a ge workmaster 2)
    Commodore PC-10 II and other stuff

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    Not sure about what they're made out of but do they feel just like regular plastic car models? That model glue I think somewhat melts the plastic to get it to bond together.
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    they're actualy quiet heavy
    Pegcity bits the home of praire bits and bytes a heritage lost yet not
    Heathkit h89 h77 h11 h10 with some extra bits
    Osborn 1 x2
    pdp8a with asr33 and documentation and software
    GE workmaster with series six PLC and ibm p70 (same as a ge workmaster 2)
    Commodore PC-10 II and other stuff

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