[Lab] Computer stuff needs a good home

Dave O'Heare dave.oheare at gmail.com
Mon May 26 00:57:47 EDT 2014

Hi folks. I'm in the process of cleaning out the garage/basement, and I've
come across a bunch of computer stuff that needs a new home. If I don't get
a reply from the list, it'll all go to Computer Recyclers (unless someone
suggests a better place).

The stuff includes:

- 2 Apple ][ clones (built by me (a zillion years ago)). One has a 64K
memory card, printer card, 80 column card, and a Z80 card; not sure about
the other one. There are a couple or three floppy drives, and at least one
composite monochrome monitor. There's even some Apple ][ reference books
and some unknown software.

- 3 or 4 PC-type monitors, at least one of which is a CGA monitor.

- 4 or 5 PCs of varying vintages. At least one is an XT, at least one has
both a 5 1/4" and a 3 1/2" floppy. I suspect at least one is just an empty

- A random box of stuff, including some PS2 and PC-type keyboards, mice of
varying descriptions, random cabling....

*NONE* of this stuff is current, and should all be considered an unknown
quantity. I don't know if it works; it did when it went into the
basement/garage, but that was quite a while ago. None of it is collectible;
there are no Apple I's or IMSAI's or anything like that.

If you want it, it's yours. It's free, and probably worth it. No
cherry-picking, it's all or nothing. I'll help you load it into your
vehicle, I might even deliver if it's reasonable.

Dave O'Heare

dave.oheare at gmail.com
+1 613 729-4830
+1 613 227-4830 (mobile)
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