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Auction: IBM PS/2 Model 70 386 computer, 20 MHz, 80 MB hard disk

Looks real clean. 8570-161 with an 80MB disk. (Or should I say
"DASD"?)

http://search.ebay.com/220105437532

Ships within the US for $25 via FedEx ground. Located in Fort Collins,
CO USA. (Wasn't there a group member located near Fort Collins?) Ends
Apr-29-07 18:15:39 PDT.

No affiliation. (Oh, and Google Groups doesn't seem to be updating
properly. Hmmmph.)

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