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RobertB
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« on: February 10, 2010, 08:38:39 AM »

     When I go off to rescue someone's C= collection from the dumpster, I'm usually there to pick up Commodore and Amiga items.  I say no to PC items.  However, when I went to Fremont, California a few weekends ago to pick up another load from a friend, he gave me Commodore PC items, like manuals and CBM PC disks.  Now all I need is a Commodore PC, be it a Colt/PC-10, PC-20, PC-30.  Smiley  That's not counting the Amiga 2000 with Bridgeboard nor the Commodore 286 laptop nor the Amiga GVP A530 hard drive with 286 daughtercard that I have.

                Truly,
                Robert Bernardo
                Fresno Commodore User Group
                http://videocam.net.au/fcug
                The Other Group of Amigoids
                http://www.calweb.com/~rabel1/
                Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network
                http://www.sccaners.org
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