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IBM PS/2 76 486 Computer "Good" auction (Toronto area)

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2786959396
Feb-17-04 14:44:22 PST 
Markham, ON

Bermuda based 76. See the SCSI port. Looks to be a security cable
attatchment point on the back. See, Virginia, they really DO exist!
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> Bermuda based 76. See the SCSI port. Looks to be a security cable
> attatchment point on the back. See, Virginia, they really DO exist!

Looks like a standard eye-bolt put thru one of the security cable holes.

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2/16/2004 3:41:34 PM
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