RE: [midatlanticretro] Everything Must GO! - Free Stuff
- Rather than dumping, perhaps we can all start saving things for the future club museum.I think the InfoAge staff will let us start bringing things over there right away.Free vintage computer items are located in Wilmington, Delaware for
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of billdeg
Sent: Monday, May 23, 2005 5:46 PM
Subject: [midatlanticretro] Everything Must GO! - Free Stuff
pickup only. My office is about 1.25 hours from Trenton. These
systems pieces and parts will be shoved out an airlock if not claimed
and removed by 6-1-05.
Micropolis "Disk Storage Module" P/N 900126A Model 1015-VI. On the
drive there is a sticker that says "Okay" and "Drive #2" - I have not
tested and I do not know when last tested. From the looks of it, I
would say that it's 50-50 that it actually works, but at least the
mechanical parts seem to be in order if you need to fix another and
use this one for parts. No case or may have been part of a dual
2nd Micropolis drive, salvaged for parts already. No case or may
have been part of a dual drive.
1 Commodore Plus 4 mother board (not working) The 8501R1 chip is
bad/missing and another unidentified chip is also amiss and needs
Commodore 1571 drive - not working, cover screws salvaged, missing
Commodore 1571 drive - missing power supply, untested otherwise
Commodore 2040 drive - not working, does not power up.
Commodore 1541 drive - blinks when powered on, does not work.
Atari 1027 printer - dirty but may work, untested. New ribbons
Atari 130XE - nothing happens, untested otherwise.
Atari XF551 drive, no power cable, unable to test.
Tandy Color Computer II - Nice shape but does not power on, untested
Atari 800 XL - does not power on, untested otherwise
Atari 1050 drive - does not power on, untested otherwise
Small commodore printers (2 MPS 803's 2 1520's), some may work..all
IQ unlimited computer - does not do anything.
Office hours are 9-5 M-F - First come first served. On 6-1 it all
goes to the recycler or wherever I can legally dump them.