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Huge ibm zenith sperry leading edge prime collection 75+ computers

Drummer016

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BOUGHT THESE FROM A GUY IN TOWN WHOS DAD WORKED FOR IBM. SO MOSTLY IBM OR IBM CLONES. AWESOME COLLECTION BUT I JUST DONT HAVE ROOM FOR THIS STUFF!! BEEN SELLING IT OFF FOR OVER A YEAR NOW AND STILL HAVE THIS MUCH LEFT!!!!


THEY ARE ALSO ALL FOR SALE - AS A LOT (LISTED ON EBAY)

EBAY USER NAME "its_all_about_image"

I DONT EXPECT $3K BUT MUST BE A REASONABLE OFFER.



INVENTORY AS OF 2/24/13:

(20) IBM MODEL 55 SX

(4) BM MODEL 30

(2) IBM MODEL 30 286

(3) IBM MODEL 486SLC2

(5) MODEL 70 386

(1) GRID 286

(11) IBM MODEL 50

(1) IBM MODEL 56 SX

(3) IBM MODEL 50Z

(1) HP PAVILION 3260

(3) LEADING EDGE 286/386??

(3) IBM MODEL 57 SX

(1) WIN LAB INC. 486

(2) SPERRY

(1) NBI

(1) HP VECTOR 286

(1) MODEL 80 386 (DAMAGED)

(1) IBM XT (RUSTED ON BACK)

(4) TATUNG TCS-5000 (RUSTED ON BACK)

(6) GEM (RUSTED ON BACK)

(1) TANDON

(2) WIN 386

(4) ZENITH

(1) APOLLO 3500

(1) PRIME TERMINAL (HAVE 2-3 KEYBOARDS FOR IT)

(1) NOVELL

LOTS OF VINTAGE KEYBOARDS INCLUDING MODEL M CLICKYS

25-30 CRT MONITORS VARIOUS BRANDS
 

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barythrin

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...wow. Any reason you don't give in and list them separately in an auction site somewhere? There's the VCGM here which won't cost you anything, just less folks look there so it's up to you to sell the auction but no nickel and diming.

I'm waiting for feedback from someone local(ish) .. who I recommended join this forum too for a similar sales reason but you don't happen to have a keyboard for a Tempest Zenith do you? What models are those Zeniths btw? (Look like Z-150 series).
 
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