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    My guess: It's the drive rail from an IBM RT (it's upside down and missing a set of rails).

    See top left of this picture (where the hard drives are):


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    Yep, As far as i can tell that's what its from. But, now you've won the prize of paying the shipping to Canada

    Do you want it? if not I'll stick it in the For Sale section.
    Looking for: OMTI SMS Scientific Micro Systems 8610 or 8627 ESDI ISA drive controller, May also be branded Core HC, Please PM me if you want to part with one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mR_Slug View Post
    Yep, As far as i can tell that's what its from. But, now you've won the prize of paying the shipping to Canada

    Do you want it? if not I'll stick it in the For Sale section.
    While I do appreciate it, it's probably not feasible to ship to Canada. Please feel free to offer it to anyone who may need it.

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    What did I just buy? Only information given was Systel 1009-000systel.jpg http://www.ebay.com/itm/systel-1009-...72.m2749.l2649

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    What is this motherboard?
    CPU A80186
    pcb2.jpg pcb1.jpgpcb3.jpg

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    Gotta have the wall mounted console! Watizzit?
    woogabooga.jpg
    where did the blinky-binkys go?

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    I am the proud owner of one of these odd machines. Can you tell me what it is?

    hmmmm.jpg
    where did the blinky-binkys go?

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    Everyone needs one of these to compute something ???
    What in Gawdz green earth iz it?

    jetsons.jpg
    where did the blinky-binkys go?

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    Oh, c'mon. Posting WikiP photos is just trolling. It's a 1959 Polish AKAT-1 analog computer for solution of differential equations.

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    Here is an easy one. My avatar pic, what is it?
    Though it is difficult to see the details due to the picture size,
    the astute collector of fine old computer iron will know the name of this vintage piece.

    Hint: it has a unique "identifier" name.
    It also bears the names of three companies that were merging at that time. ~1977
    Last edited by livewire; August 20th, 2017 at 11:32 AM.
    where did the blinky-binkys go?

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