Local Pickup of PDP-11 Qbus Hardware, Software and Manuals

Brian Adams fink at stenoweb.net
Sun Dec 11 23:44:51 CST 2016

Hey there, I¹m in Toronto and have an interest in DEC / PDP hardware.

I don¹t have a whole lot of space unfortunately, but I could probably help
you with a BA23 unit and a terminal.

If possible, would it be possible for me to visit and take a look? Not
sure exactly where you¹re located.

My number is (437) 345-6530

Before you ask, 437 is a new area code assigned to the Toronto area
because the supply of 647 numbers is dwindling (they might even be
exhausted at this point).



On 2016-12-11, 10:01 PM, "cctalk on behalf of Jerome H. Fine"
<cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org on behalf of jhfinedp3k at compsys.to> wrote:

>As I find that there is less and less need for my PDP-11 Qbus Hardware,
>Software and Manuals, I wish to determine if there is any interest in my
>local area to transfer everything using local pickup in Toronto.
>As some of you know, my interest is in RT-11 on the PDP-11 and I have
>been doing it since the 1970s.  If there is sufficient interest to come
>by and
>do a local pickup, then please send me an e-mail with a local phone number
>in area code 416 or 647 (or 905 which can be called locally from 416) so
>we can arrange something.
>The total volume of everything, including probably at least 30% junk, is
>probably ten to twenty cubic meters (100 to 200 cubic feet), so there
>will need to be some sorting done along the way.  As for hardware,
>the collection is mostly BA23 and BA123 boxes with PDP-11/73
>and one PDP-11/83 along with assorted Qbus boards.  There are
>many VT100, VT220 and VT320 terminals as well.  There are many
>PDP-11 manuals and DOC sets for RT-11.
>I download my e-mails rarely these days, so it may take even a few weeks
>before I reply.
>Jerome Fine

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