Hey, man....  my nephew has been wanting to learn about what I do for
a living for awhile now.  If it's somewhere near Ohio I'll haul it off
for you because it'd be worth it for the little bit of playing he
might do.

For anything else..... maybe a computer museum?  Sell it for scrap?
That's probably about the best way to get five hundred out of it....
=)

On 7/5/06, Dan <dan27649@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 7/5/06, Shane_Cessna@xxxxxxx <Shane_Cessna@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> for real?...man, that stinks...i couldn't even get $500 out of it?...
>
> Shane Cessna


$500?!?!? <guffaw> Shane, think of your 9402 like anyone in a garage sale
would look at an old 386-compatible PC; it generates a snicker and they move
on.

Scrap metal.  You deliver.  Won't get you $500 though.  How 'bout the always
revered boat anchor?

If it helps you understand a little better, FIVE years ago I worked for a
company that was using a forklift to drop these in the dumpster.  (No, not
environmentally friendly people.)

Trying to remember the size of the 9402.  Esteemed lister Larry Bolhuis,
IIRC, has turned old cabinets into beer tap coolers.  Interesting
conversation piece.

I like Steve's suggestion although I'd be hard pressed to believe any
charity would even be interested in a v3r2 box.

You could try putting it on eBay, start it at $1, set a reserve to your
preference, remember to state shipping is responsibility of buyer, blah,
blah, blah.  I would be surprised if you got any bids on it.

Getting the hint yet?  <g>

- Dan
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