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Auction: Vintage IBM PS/2 Model 56 486SLC2 *rare processor 50Mhz

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End time: 3 hours 6 mins (Apr-11-07 16:45:00 PDT)
Shipping costs: To United States -- US $70.00
Ships to: Canada, United States
Item location: Qu�bec, Canada

IBM PS/2 Model 56 486SLC2 (9556-0BA)
Clean, power up! but not more tested

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