IBM S/32, PDP-11/60+RL01, PDP-11/34, East Lansing MI

LJW cctech ljw-cctech at
Tue Feb 28 05:42:36 CST 2017

Via Mike Ross, but contact Greg with any questions!

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 From: "Greg Bebermeyer" <bebergee at>
Date: Feb 27, 2017 4:44 AM
Subject: IBM System/32 - web response
To: <mike at>

Hi Mike,

Maybe this is no longer relevant since I can't tell from the web page 
how recent the post is... I am selling my house and in the back of the 
garage is a complete System/32 that was working when I stuck it there 
and covered it. Much other stuff is in front of it so I haven't seen it 
in a while. It's free for the taking to anyone willing to come to East 
Lansing, Michigan and pick it up. If you aren't interested then it'll 
just go to the scrappers because I need to get the place ready for 
inspection. The junk haulers should uncover it in a day or two at which 
point I could take pictures.

I also have a PDP-11/60, if you know of anyone interested. Same deal - 
free, come pick it up. The 11/60 main box has been stored in a dry 
basement along with two RL01 disk drives (in free standing cabinets, not 
rack mounted) along with a box of flat interconnect cables. It was used 
in a cardiac unit to run heart monitors and has an extra card cage full 
of interface cards. Also there's 3 PDP-11/34s in a rack in the garage as 
well. All this stuff has to go in about a week to 10 days, unless 
arrangements/promises are made and kept.

If you're interested in any of this stuff, or could refer me to someone 
who might be, I would love for this stuff to go to a good home. Yup, I 
started with FORTRAN and 80-column punch cards. Thanks.

My best,
-Greg Bebermeyer
bebergee at
greg.bebermeyer at

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