I have been looking for a MicroVAX 3800/3900 or any VAX tower for years.
Although these your offering are workstations it's closer than nothing :-)
On 9 Jan 2012, at 23:36, Brett wrote:
>> From the classic computers mailing list today:
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> Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2012 02:29:45 -0800
> From: Steven M Jones <classiccmp@...>
> To: cctalk@... > Subject: DEC workstations FTGH in SF Bay Area, CA, US
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> Time to thin the herd - I have a number of DEC machines that are free to
> a good home, though beer fund donations will be accepted. Available for
> pickup in central Berkeley by appointment, or I may be able to deliver
> to some parts of the East or South Bay at my convenience. I'll also take
> them to a Mailboxes Etc equivalent to be packed and shipped if you
> really want to pay for that...
> Here's what's on offer:
> DEC 3000/300LX - Alpha 21064, can get to PROM monitor on all of these
> #1 - 32MB RAM, 1 x RZ25L HDD (~500MB)
> #2 - 256MB RAM, 1 x RZ25L HDD (~500MB)
> #3 - 160MB RAM, no HDD but bracket is included
> DECstation 3100 - MIPS R2000, don't have MMJ or video cables, can't verify
> #1 - Can see VSIMM and 4 SIMMs, no HDD
> DECstation 5000/133 - MIPS R3000?, no graphics, no response on the DB25
> serial ports
> #1 - 32MB RAM, 1 x RZ25L HDD
> VAXstation 3100 m38 - don't have MMJ or video cables, can't verify
> #1 - Can see 2 RAM daughterboards, no HDD, 8 bit graphics board?
> #2 - At least 1 RAM board, 1 x RZ23E HDD (100MB?), 1 x RX23 floppy,
> graphics board
> First come, first served based on email.
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