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Thread: IBM 5364 S/36 PC on eBay (not mine)

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    Default IBM 5364 S/36 PC on eBay (not mine)

    Looks interesting, don't know exactly what it is, but it's probably pretty rare.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-IBM-s-...rk:26:razz:f:0

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    This is on my want list and I did see this but the damage makes it a little less desirable. It's too bad that side was damaged or it would be great. Thanks for posting.

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    You could probably salvage the power switch plastic a different power supply and sand/repaint the case if you really wanted to. But, I agree it could be in better condition.

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    The 5364 is the model before (though it looks more like after because it's smaller) the 5363 System/36 I briefly owned. It's great in that it's smaller and easily fits on a desk however does not have a local access control panel for doing maintenance or recovering a lost password and needs a large cable and card inside a host IBM system, both of which are missing from this listing.
    Otherwise, it looks like everything is still inside the machine so it might turn on but you will be unable to IPL it.
    = Excellent space heater

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    It's been relisted with $100 knocked off the price.
    = Excellent space heater

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    Interesting. This looks almost just like the s/36 we had as part of the old communication system at one of our hotels for central reservations. I still have it and the ps/2 xt that was used as the terminal. It had a 20MB hard drive from what I remember. I'm sure we have the IPL disks too somewhere. Neat.

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