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Auction: IBM PS/2 Model 70 386 Desktop/Monitor / Orig IBM Disks+

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IBM PS/2 Model 70 Desktop (Type 8570) with IBM VGA Monitor (Type 
8513001) Specifications:

     * CPU: Intel 80386 16 MHz
     * Internal memory: 1 MB
     * Hard-drive: 60 MB
     * Floppy drive: 1.44 MB
     * Expansion slots: 3-MC (Micro Channel)
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Louis
6/26/2006 7:19:05 PM
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Louis Ohland wrote:
>  >http://cgi.ebay.com/IBM-PS-2-Model-70-386-Desktop-Monitor-Orig-IBM-Disks_W0QQitemZ320001240757QQihZ011QQcategoryZ4193QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem< 
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> End time:    Jul-02-06 09:15:29 PDT
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> IBM PS/2 Model 70 Desktop (Type 8570) with IBM VGA Monitor (Type 
> 8513001) Specifications:
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>     * CPU: Intel 80386 16 MHz
>     * Internal memory: 1 MB
>     * Hard-drive: 60 MB
>     * Floppy drive: 1.44 MB
>     * Expansion slots: 3-MC (Micro Channel)
Hmmm, if I knew I be driving by the 'Center of the Earth', I'd bid on it.
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Jim
6/26/2006 10:44:12 PM
Jim Hall wrote:

> Hmmm, if I knew I be driving by the 'Center of the Earth', I'd bid on it.

I've got my eyes on it.  Been looking for a good 70 for a while.

--Daniel
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Daniel
6/27/2006 11:53:05 PM
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