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Auction: Vintage 5.25" External 1.2MB HD Floppy Disk Drive SCSI

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=380008964934

Starting bid: US $29.00
End time: Mar-27-08 14:37:13 PDT (6 days)
Ships to: Worldwide
Item location: Grafton, OH, United States

Cumulus 1.2MB 5.25" External Floppy Drive
This is a great external SCSI Floppy Drive.
It uses a 50-PIN SCSI Interface.

Features:
    * Model 123502
    * 50-Pin SCSI Interface
    * 1.2MB High Density 5.25" Floppy
Includes:
    * Cumulus 1.2MB 5.25" Ext. Floppy (Exactly as pictured)
    * 3FT SCSI Cable
Product Type and Condition:
    * Tested and working 100%
    * Very Clean, Works great

No affiliation

"It uses a 50-PIN SCSI Interface."
Nope, 37-pin standard floppy interface

"   * 3FT SCSI Cable "
Look at your own pics, dude! 2 x 37-pin and *that* doesn't even make 50 ;-(

"   * Tested and working 100%"
Not on a 50-pin SCSI-bus it don't . . .

-- 
Jelte, admirer of the letter of IBM with blue Ishiki
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