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From: raycomp <raycomp_at_visi.com>
Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2010 15:30:09 -0500
Message-Id: <21E8ACFB-2345-44F1-B34F-510FD60A8AC2@visi.com>
If anyone on this list is interested:

Books, magazines, software, games, blank floppy disks, C64, C128,  
Amiga (used or some still new in the wrapper)

Hardware: monitors 1702, 1080, 1084, 1802, 1902, CM140, one or 2 VGA  
style Amiga monitors
C64s (coco breadbox many,many) C64cs (a few) C128s several (maybe a  
couple 128d) +/4s, C16s, Vic20s
many many many 1541s (1541c,1540) and some 1571s, 1541-IIs perhaps a  
couple 1581s, some SFD1000s
Pets 40xx some 80xx  a few Pet dual floppy drive units (mostly 4050),  
B128 (maybe 2)
Amigas 500, 1000, 2000, 2500

Chips for all these and parts parts parts

Contact raycomp@visi.com
Linda Tanner's C128 is in there some where yet to  be found.
What is not picked up or spoken for goes to electronics recycler.
|Raymond C. Bryan  651-642-9890 vox      | The battle is sometimes |
|Raymond Computer  651-642-9891 fax     | to the small  
for                 |
|2402 University Ave   -email:  raycomp         | the bigger they  
are          |
|St Paul MN  55114    _at_visi_dot_com      | the harder they  
fall.         |
|USA              Amiga - Commodore                |     -- James  
Thurber --     |

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