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Teletech

Experienced Member
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
201
Delivery Options
Local Pickup Only
I'm making a pile for VCF, but thought I'd post a list in case anybody want to call dibs or look for a particular item.
This list is very incomplete and I'll try to flesh it out as I load more into the truck.
Ideally, you'd come to VCF and pick stuff up, but also happy to have folks come over or if it's worth it for my time I could entertain shipping stuff.
So, that out of the way, the list:

Calculators
HP 45, with box, case, charger, manual, etc.
Radio Shack "Science Fair" analog computer kit
Digicomp Research Corporation DR-70 Astrology Minicomputer, 6502-weirdness made famous by Nancy Regan
Sharp Calculator/abacus combo EL-8148

Computers
Atari 400 computer, no power supply but includes a very rare chicklet to membrane converter overlay
Leading Edge PC (8088 XT-turbo clone, dual floppy drives_

CPU chips
RCA COMSAC (Q=2)
IBM 6x68MX PR166, Cyrix socket 296 CPU with IBM branding.

Floppy drives
u-SCI Apple II compatible drive clone.

Hard drives
DEC/digital storageworks 3-bay enclosure with one 9GB drawer.

Laptops
Toshiba T1100plus with manuals, power supply, and external floppy drive
Toshoba T1100plus with branded carry case
Toshiba 4500 parts lot (case, screen, motherboard, battery(bad I'm sure). No Keyboard.
HP F1071A Enhanced port replicator

Media
Dectape (TU55/566) tape spool cases (Q=9)
Maxell Optical Dick Cartridge OC301-2 (WORM laserdisc cartridge)

Monitors
Amdek Color-I composite color monitor
Panasonic WV-5300 composite mono 7"
Shibaden Shiba VM-903U, composite B/W about 10"
IBM 8504 021 Mono VGA ~10"
win wmm-12c 12" monitor (Monochorome monitor)
Princeton Graphics Systems (PGS) HX-12RGB CGA PC-clone monitor
Mini.Micro MM-1453M1 EGA Monitor

Printers
Okidata Microline 320 9-pin, standard-width printer
Panasonic KX-P1624, wide-carriage 24-pin dot-matrix printer
Panasonic KX-P1592, wide-carriage multi-mode dot-matrix printer

Rackmount
Bud Trans-aire rack blower

S-100
California Digital Inc backplane 9 connectors soldered in, room for more

Terminals
Televideo TVI 912, tested good, from local Observatory
Televideo TVI 912, untested, with provenance to well known astronomer.

Test Equipment
HP Hewlett - Packard 5201L Scaler - Timer, 6-digit NIXIE tube display timer/counter

Misc
Hurco memory boards, 32Kb worth of National 2114 ram chips soldered in here.
 

sorphin

Experienced Member
Joined
Feb 11, 2014
Messages
344
I'm making a pile for VCF, but thought I'd post a list in case anybody want to call dibs or look for a particular item.
This list is very incomplete and I'll try to flesh it out as I load more into the truck.
Ideally, you'd come to VCF and pick stuff up, but also happy to have folks come over or if it's worth it for my time I could entertain shipping stuff.
So, that out of the way, the list:

Calculators
HP 45, with box, case, charger, manual, etc.
Radio Shack "Science Fair" analog computer kit
Digicomp Research Corporation DR-70 Astrology Minicomputer, 6502-weirdness made famous by Nancy Regan
Sharp Calculator/abacus combo EL-8148

Computers
Atari 400 computer, no power supply but includes a very rare chicklet to membrane converter overlay
Leading Edge PC (8088 XT-turbo clone, dual floppy drives_

CPU chips
RCA COMSAC (Q=2)
IBM 6x68MX PR166, Cyrix socket 296 CPU with IBM branding.

Floppy drives
u-SCI Apple II compatible drive clone.

Hard drives
DEC/digital storageworks 3-bay enclosure with one 9GB drawer.

Laptops
Toshiba T1100plus with manuals, power supply, and external floppy drive
Toshoba T1100plus with branded carry case
Toshiba 4500 parts lot (case, screen, motherboard, battery(bad I'm sure). No Keyboard.
HP F1071A Enhanced port replicator

Media
Dectape (TU55/566) tape spool cases (Q=9)
Maxell Optical Dick Cartridge OC301-2 (WORM laserdisc cartridge)

Monitors
Amdek Color-I composite color monitor
Panasonic WV-5300 composite mono 7"
Shibaden Shiba VM-903U, composite B/W about 10"
IBM 8504 021 Mono VGA ~10"
win wmm-12c 12" monitor (Monochorome monitor)
Princeton Graphics Systems (PGS) HX-12RGB CGA PC-clone monitor
Mini.Micro MM-1453M1 EGA Monitor

Printers
Okidata Microline 320 9-pin, standard-width printer
Panasonic KX-P1624, wide-carriage 24-pin dot-matrix printer
Panasonic KX-P1592, wide-carriage multi-mode dot-matrix printer

Rackmount
Bud Trans-aire rack blower

S-100
California Digital Inc backplane 9 connectors soldered in, room for more

Terminals
Televideo TVI 912, tested good, from local Observatory
Televideo TVI 912, untested, with provenance to well known astronomer.

Test Equipment
HP Hewlett - Packard 5201L Scaler - Timer, 6-digit NIXIE tube display timer/counter

Misc
Hurco memory boards, 32Kb worth of National 2114 ram chips soldered in here.
potentially interested in a couple of the monitors depending on what you're asking... I'm in the bay area.
 

Teletech

Experienced Member
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
201
I've had a number of inquiries about pricing and shipping. I know I brought this on myself and will try to communicate as things become clearer.
In general, any time I spend getting rid of stuff is time I'd just as soon spend working on the collection of things I *do* want to keep, so it has a real opportunity cost in addition to whatever it cost me to buy, store, and handle stuff. I did specify local pickup since it seems to take me a bare minimum of half an hour to put something in a box and get it to the post office, so that is a fair drain on time. Once again, I'll do it for a *really* good cause or fair compensation (figure $1/minute plus shipping, plus a fair price for the item), but I can't afford to do it for anything like free.
I haven't had time to come up with prices on most items, so start by assuming I'd look a thing up and see what the closest comp tends to sell for and go about %15 under that.
Not that there aren't things I'd just give away, but I'm not able to dedicate the time to arrange meetings or shipping to such things so they will just go to the free pile at VCF for the most part.
I'll try to come up with a much longer list tomorrow with some pricing guidance, in the mean time, feel free to message with reasonable offers and requests and I'll try to get to them.
 

Teletech

Experienced Member
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
201
The list is now larger and with somewhat arbitrary prices, so feel free to convince me I'm wrong (in either direction, I've got a mortgage after all)

Calculators
HP 45, with box, case, charger, manual, etc., tested good but might need a battery $120
Radio Shack "Science Fair" analog computer kit $10
Digicomp Research Corporation DR-70 Astrology Minicomputer, 6502-weirdness made famous by Nancy Regan $250
Sharp Calculator/abacus combo EL-8148 $50

Computers
Atari 400 computer, no power supply but includes a very rare chicklet to membrane converter overlay $100
Leading Edge PC (8088 XT-turbo clone, dual floppy drives_ $250
ISI VME desktop chassis (empty) Q=2, $25/ea

CPU chips
RCA COMSAC (Q=2) $30/ea
IBM 6x68MX PR166, Cyrix socket 296 CPU with IBM branding. $30

Floppy drives
u-SCI Apple II compatible drive clone. $100

Hard drives
DEC/digital storageworks 3-bay enclosure with one 9GB drawer. $25

Laptops
Toshiba T1100plus with manuals, power supply, and external floppy drive $150
Toshoba T1100plus with branded carry case $140
Toshiba 4500 parts lot (case, screen, motherboard, battery(bad I'm sure). No Keyboard. $5
HP F1071A Enhanced port replicator $5

Media
Dectape (TU55/566) tape spool cases (Q=9) $50
Maxell Optical Dick Cartridge OC301-2 (WORM laserdisc cartridge) $60

Monitors
Amdek Color-I composite color monitor $200
Panasonic WV-5300 composite mono 7" $75
Shibaden Shiba VM-903U, composite B/W about 10" $50
IBM 8504 021 Mono VGA ~10" $75
win wmm-12c 12" monitor (Monochorome? PC monitor) $125
Princeton Graphics Systems (PGS) HX-12RGB CGA PC-clone monitor $150
Mini.Micro MM-1453M1 EGA Monitor $350

Printers
Okidata Microline 320 9-pin, standard-width printer $150
Panasonic KX-P1624, wide-carriage 24-pin dot-matrix printer $50
Panasonic KX-P1592, wide-carriage multi-mode dot-matrix printer $50

Rackmount
Bud Radio (shallow) tall rack, with sides, no back, gray hammerite, very '50s $80
Bud Trans-aire rack blower $40

S-100
California Digital Inc backplane 9 connectors soldered in, room for more $50

Terminals
Televideo TVI 912, tested good, from local Observatory $400
Televideo TVI 912, tested good, with provenance to well known astronomer(stenciled name) $450
Wyse WY-520, tested good, with keyboard $200

Test Equipment
HP Hewlett - Packard 5201L Scaler - Timer, 6-digit NIXIE tube display timer/counter (comes on, nixies light, not sure of function beyond that) $150
HP model 722AR power supply, 0-60V 0-1.5A power supply, old school. $50
HP 3325A synthesizer/ function generator $140
Transistor Specialties dual discriminator (2 lines of 7-digit nixies), unit powers on, nixies light, untested beyond that) $175


Misc
Hurco memory boards, 32Kb worth of National 2114 ram chips soldered in here. $25
Wright manual IBM card punch, model 2600 $180
 

Teletech

Experienced Member
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
201
Here it is again, longer and no less confusing.

Calculators
HP 45, with box, case, charger, manual, etc., tested good but might need a battery $120
Radio Shack "Science Fair" analog computer kit $10
Digicomp Research Corporation DR-70 Astrology Minicomputer, 6502-weirdness made famous by Nancy Regan $250
Sharp Calculator/abacus combo EL-8148 $50

Computers
Atari 400 computer, no power supply but includes a very rare chicklet to membrane converter overlay $100
Leading Edge PC (8088 XT-turbo clone, dual floppy drives_ $250
ISI VME desktop chassis (empty) Q=2, $25/ea
Northstar Horizon (beige metal case) with all North* parts, RAM, CPU, FDD controller, and FLOATING POINT! Dual drive. Good running system.

CPU chips
RCA COMSAC (Q=2) $30/ea
IBM 6x68MX PR166, Cyrix socket 296 CPU with IBM branding. $30

Floppy drives
u-SCI Apple II compatible drive clone. $100

Hard drives
DEC/digital storageworks 3-bay enclosure with one 9GB drawer. $25

Laptops
Toshiba T1100plus with manuals, power supply, and external floppy drive $150
Toshoba T1100plus with branded carry case $140
Toshiba 4500 parts lot (case, screen, motherboard, battery(bad I'm sure). No Keyboard. $5
HP F1071A Enhanced port replicator $5

Media
Dectape (TU55/566) tape spool cases (Q=9) $50
Maxell Optical Dick Cartridge OC301-2 (WORM laserdisc cartridge) $60

Monitors
Amdek Color-I composite color monitor $200
Panasonic WV-5300 composite mono 7" $75
Shibaden Shiba VM-903U, composite B/W about 10" $50
IBM 8504 021 Mono VGA ~10" $75
win wmm-12c 12" monitor (Monochorome? PC monitor) $125
Princeton Graphics Systems (PGS) HX-12RGB CGA PC-clone monitor $150
Mini.Micro MM-1453M1 EGA Monitor $350

PC parts:
Thesys 2MB ISA RAM card $140
WTF-84102 256K ISA RAM card $75

Printers
Okidata Microline 320 9-pin, standard-width printer $150
Panasonic KX-P1624, wide-carriage 24-pin dot-matrix printer $50
Panasonic KX-P1592, wide-carriage multi-mode dot-matrix printer $50

Rackmount
Bud Radio (shallow) tall rack, with sides, no back, gray hammerite, very '50s $80
Bud Trans-aire rack blower $40

S-100
3m protoboard with 8 socketed chips and a centronics cable.
3m protoboard with homebrew 2716/2732 programmer
Affordable Computer Products, Dual Standard Cassette Interface
California Digital Inc backplane 9 connectors soldered in, room for more $50
CCS California Computer Systems Model 2422 multimode floppy disk controller
CCS California Computer Systems Model 2422 multimode floppy disk controller
Compuprism
Cromemco 4FDC, floppy controller
Cromemco 16KZ RAM board
Cromemco ZPU, Z-80 CPU board, white ceramic Z-80
Cromemco TU-ART 2xserial, 2xParallel board
Data Technology IO-1
Delta Products Z80 CPU board
Mostek video board Assy 450-00189-00, unbuilt kit
Simpliway porducts company VDB-A1
Seiko AAF Solid State Music BP-1 Prom programmer.
SD computer Products SBC-100, CPU+ROM+serial+parallel+?
SSM Microcomputer Products VB3A, video card
Thinker Toys DJ/II Disk Jockey 2D, disk controller
Thinker Toys Switchboard SW-100 I/O board
Vector prototype boards (q=2)
XYCOMP ST-506 interface(2 boards), plus drive with see-through lid.
Unknown board, appears to be dual parallel card.

Terminals
Televideo TVI 912, tested good, from local Observatory $400
Televideo TVI 912, tested good, with provenance to well known astronomer(stenciled name) $450
Heith H-19, tested good
Wyse WY-520, tested good, with keyboard $200
Zentec Zehpyr, tested good.

Test Equipment
HP Hewlett - Packard 5201L Scaler - Timer, 6-digit NIXIE tube display timer/counter (comes on, nixies light, not sure of function beyond that) $150
HP model 722AR power supply, 0-60V 0-1.5A power supply, old school. $50
HP 3325A synthesizer/ function generator $140
Transistor Specialties dual discriminator (2 lines of 7-digit nixies), unit powers on, nixies light, untested beyond that) $175


Misc
Hurco memory boards, 32Kb worth of National 2114 ram chips soldered in here. $25
Wright manual IBM card punch, model 2600 $180
 

ross.dykes

Experienced Member
Joined
Feb 25, 2020
Messages
58
Location
San Francisco, CA
Where are you located? I am in the SF Bay Area and was planning on going to VCF West, I have some friends back east that are interested in some items so I would be willing to collect and ship.
 

HamiltonMorris

New Member
Joined
May 20, 2023
Messages
3
Thank you for your welcome, as a new member is there a way for me to get in touch with Teletech directly?
 

tradde

Veteran Member
Joined
Apr 30, 2003
Messages
2,137
Location
Katy, Tx
You can request he contact you via a post. You can't send a DM yet until you reach 10 posts. Remember this post you are looking at from him is from last year.
 

HamiltonMorris

New Member
Joined
May 20, 2023
Messages
3
Thanks for the advice! I understand the post is a year old, but if Teletech sees this and would be so kind as to contact me directly I can be reached at hellohamiltonmorris (at) gmail (dot) com
 

daver2

10k Member
Joined
Jun 19, 2012
Messages
14,344
Location
UK - Worcester
@Teletech, someone new is trying to get hold of you regarding some items you had for sale from last year. I would expect it has gone...

@HamiltonMorris, welcome.

He can send you a DM (direct mail) and you can then respond to that mail. But you can't DM yourself initially.

Dave
 
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