Bob, I might be interested in it.  Can always use parts.  Are you going to
pick it up?
The problem with someone using this as a "home" machine is the power
requirements (240 single phase).  We still have some 620 and 720s, so to me,
the parts are worth it.  I need to drive up to Delaware to get some
equipment I have purchased, so stopping in Pittsburgh is not too far
fetched.  I also need to pick up a customers box in Ohio that we are going
to move to the Atlanta area....
So, let me know what the status is.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Crothers [mailto:bob2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 2:59 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Is a 9406-720 worth anything?


There is a 9406-720 in the Pittsburg area that is free for the taking.  If
nobody claims it in the next 2 weeks, it will be blown up with the building
it is in.

Serial number is 10-47ZWDM

That is all the info that I have right now (Besides the actual physical
location).

Is this system worth renting a truck and driving from Indy to Pittsburg?  If
not, does somebody else want it?

Bob

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