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Introduce yourself. Tell people why you are interested in vintage computers and what (if anything) you've got.

Hi there

by Deadly_NZ » Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:42 am

I live in Levin NZ and over the years I have collected a lot of the 'old stuff' my missus says i need to have a clean out. And that sent me to google which found this place.....

So Hi there to All

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Re: Hi there

by tezza » Tue Jan 18, 2011 9:48 pm

Welcome to the forums David,

If you have some real vintage gear you want to donate or sell, feel free to list it on the Vintage items available forum. Just one thing though...it should be vintage, not just old. By vintage I mean something that's 15 years or older (up to a 486 or maybe a pentium 1.) Otherwise the focus just gets too loose.


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