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Auction: IBM EXTERNAL 5 1/4" DISK DRIVE, #4869, PS/2 & cables

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IBM EXTERNAL 5 1/4" FLOPPY DISK DRIVE, #4869, for PS/2 with Power Cord 
and Interface Cable, Used, Good Condition, ran fine when last used, was 
used very little after popularity of 3.5" drives became widespread. 
Original cost was about $3-400. Two vent fins on top cracked from 
something being dropped on them, and can be seen in photo, very clean 
otherwise.  No Interface Card for the PS/2.

I can't see the front bezel, might be either 360k or 1.2M
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