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Re: [midatlanticretro] SparcStation 5 needs new home

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  • Chris M
    shipping by FedEx wouldn t be eggregious at all. Under $25 for the lot (to the Mid-Atlantic area at least). I m interested, but want to reserve space for an
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 6, 2005
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      shipping by FedEx wouldn't be eggregious at all. Under
      $25 for the lot (to the Mid-Atlantic area at least).
      I'm interested, but want to reserve space for an Ultra
      5 or 10 (or 30 or 60) I'm fixing to own one of these
      days. Running out of space...

      --- us21090 <us21090@...> wrote:

      > All,
      >
      > It's old[ish] but it may not be vintage. It ain't
      > retro! Apologies if
      > this doesn't fit here...
      >
      > but I'd rather not trash this Sun SparcStation5.
      >
      > (Please forward!)
      >
      > It works.
      > The SS5's were 70MHz or 85Mhz speed according to
      > specs, but I don't
      > know which this is.
      > 64MB mem
      > Conner OFP1060E (1.05G) drive,
      > floppy drive
      > non-CD version
      > color monitor GDM-1662B 16"
      > Keyboard Type 5C
      > Mouse model Compact1 (ball mouse)
      > Sound ports
      > 2 DB-25 Serial ports
      > SCSI expansion port (I believe)
      >
      > A few years ago I temporarily attached a SCSI CD and
      > built it with
      > SunOS 5.8 (aka Solaris 8, right?).
      >
      > I live in Maryland near BWI Airport. It's probably
      > too heavy to make
      > shipping an decent option. Drop me a line.
      >
      > Thanks!!
      > Scott
      >
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      >


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