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Auction: IBM PS/2 Model 56 486SLC3 with 8MB RAM and 240MB Drive #2

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End time:	(Feb-11-07 21:07:22 PST)

Caution, the start price is $99 and the BIN is 200$.

Shipping is so-so. About 25$ USPS, about 29$ UPS.
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