IBM (my employer) are cleaning up the office.
Theres not a lot of vintage stuff... (IBM has
cleaned office before.
)mostly docking stations and external keyboards for relatively recent thinkpads.
I really don't have time to dig properly through the big box of "surplus" in the hall. Others have gotten there first, and most of it's destined for the shredder. But there is SOME useful stuff in there. (and a few other useful things like cd-roms, serial cables, vga splitters etc.)
However, I do have a couple of minor things that the mainframe geeks amongst us might care about. I've got an ISA SDLC/HDLC Multiprotocol bisynchronous comms adapter (P/N 73G3224) and a PCMCIA token ring card. (P/N 85H3636)
"dsakey" on trademe. Apple II's are my thing.