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    Vintage Computer Warehouse Liquidation

    This is my first of many posts that I will make about this sale.

    I am liquidating a large warehouse filled with vintage computers including Apple, DEC, IBM, Commodore, Tandy/Radio Shack, HP, and more. Many items are currently inaccessible due to large piles of junk and video games.

    So far, I have found:

    Apple Lisa 2
    Tandy 6000 HD
    IBM 5251 Keyboard
    MicroVAX 3900 (currently inaccessible)
    MicroVAX II (currently inaccessible)
    Cromemco System One
    Ohio Scientific Challenger 2p
    Lots of Apple II series
    IBM 5110
    Piles of VT100s
    Even more VT220, VT320
    Northstar Advantage
    Osborne 1
    Various Kaypros
    PC clones
    Commodore B-Series
    Just about every kind of TRS-80
    IBM XT with monitor in box
    NeXT cube
    Almost every type of Macintosh
    Amigas
    IBM PS/2 P70
    HP 3000 (inaccessible)
    1970s HP computers
    Boxes filled with Cromemco and Northstar manuals
    A pallet of 1980s PC clones (inaccessible)

    Heaps of CRT monitors

    Mechanical Keyboards
    At least 20 Apple Extended Keyboard II's

    IBM Punch card equipment

    I have barely scratched the surface of the warehouse, and will keep you updated when I find more items, or am able to move the large systems.

    The DEC terminals are not yet for sale, since I have not yet found the keyboards.

    I am not taking offers on the entire warehouse at this time.

    Please email me at tsraguso@gmail.com if you have any questions.

    #2
    Is this the Computer Reset warehouse? There was already a long, long thread about it here: http://www.vcfed.org/forum/showthrea...on-(Dallas-TX)

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      #3
      Originally posted by SomeGuy View Post
      Is this the Computer Reset warehouse? There was already a long, long thread about it here: http://www.vcfed.org/forum/showthrea...on-(Dallas-TX)
      This is NOT Computer Reset. This is in Houston.

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        #4
        Everything is bigger in Texas seems to hold true.

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          #5
          You gonna ship I assume or local only?
          Looking For: PS/2 Monitor model 8516
          IBM PS/2 Model 80 floppy cable
          IBM PS/2 Model 90 and 95 bezels
          IBM PS/2 “Cubrun” P90 Processor Complex
          Ati Mach MCA edition
          Will pay $500-1000 for a Sound Blaster MCV, ChipChat or SoundPiper

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            #6
            I ship worldwide.

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              #7
              Curious about the HP stuff.
              Computers: Amiga 1200, DEC VAXStation 4000/60, DEC MicroPDP-11/73
              Synthesizers: Roland JX-10/SH-09/MT-32/D-50, Yamaha DX7-II/V50/TX7/TG33/FB-01, Korg MS-20 Mini/ARP Odyssey/DW-8000/X5DR, Ensoniq SQ-80, E-mu Proteus/2, Moog Satellite, Oberheim SEM
              "'Legacy code' often differs from its suggested alternative by actually working and scaling." - Bjarne Stroustrup

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                #8
                Originally posted by CPE1704TKS View Post
                I ship worldwide.
                Sweet, can’t wait to see what else comes out of the warehouse
                Looking For: PS/2 Monitor model 8516
                IBM PS/2 Model 80 floppy cable
                IBM PS/2 Model 90 and 95 bezels
                IBM PS/2 “Cubrun” P90 Processor Complex
                Ati Mach MCA edition
                Will pay $500-1000 for a Sound Blaster MCV, ChipChat or SoundPiper

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                  #9
                  Was wondering about the TRS-80 stuff do you have any model 1's with the expansion interface? And or a Model III ?
                  *FrankG*

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Chromedome45 View Post
                    Was wondering about the TRS-80 stuff do you have any model 1's with the expansion interface? And or a Model III ?
                    There are many models 1, 3 and 4, as well as hard disks, model 12, floppy drives, and other accessories. I have not yet seen a model 2, but there is likely one.

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                      #11
                      If you find an IBM 5155 in there, then let me know!

                      I do look forward to hearing what comes out of this wherehouse.

                      IBM 5160 - 360k, 1.44Mb Floppies, NEC V20, 8087-3, 45MB MFM Hard Drive, Vega 7 Graphics, IBM 5154 Monitor running MS-DOS 5.00
                      IBM PCJr Model 48360 640kb RAM, NEC V20,, jrIDE Side Cart, 360kb Floppy drives running MS-DOS 5.00
                      Evergreen Am5x86-133 64Mb Ram, 8gb HDD, SB16 in a modified ATX case running IBM PC-DOS 7.10

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                        #12
                        I 2nd that ! Can't wait to seed what other goodies there are.
                        *FrankG*

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                          #13
                          Regarding the Model 1's I am looking for a 16k Level without the buffered interface or a din cable coming out the expansion slot area. Bottom might be marked 26-1006a. Also the expansion interface without din cable as well. Could be high serial number such as 30000+ So once you get a chance to go through them let me know what you have. As far as a Model III 48k dual disk drives.


                          Also do you have anything semi modern? Like a dell dimension 8100 or 8200 Pentium 4 RAMBUS systems?
                          *FrankG*

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                            #14
                            I'm looking for a coco 3 if you come across one..
                            Never Bin or sell your old computer's you will regret it!!
                            Vic 20 x3,C64 x2,128D,C128 flat deck,A1000 x2,A500 x3,A2000,A600,A1200,Apple ][e,2x Apple][ GS rom 01,03,Apple ][c x4 with only 1 PSU,2x Laser 128EX EX2,Atari 600XL,2x 800XL,130XE w/320 mod With a MyIDE plus,Atari 1040stf w/2.5meg..

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                              #15
                              If you like a spot in line for a coco 3 as well if you have more than one.

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