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Offline curtis

Low density floppy drives for shipping
« on: June 28, 2011, 02:22:25 PM »
Cleaning out some stuff I stumbled across 4 3.5" drives for the A2000/3000.

I vaguely remember getting these in a deal for some pathetic shipping/packing on an A2000 on ebay.  I was assured they work, however, when I got them I just put them up planning on testing them later.

Sold the A2000 and they won't fit in my A500 or Minimig.

Anyway, one per customer for cost of shipping.  After you get it and if you're feeling generous, I'll always take a donation.

I know they'll fit in a small USPS Flat Rate box which will ship domestically for $5.20.  If an international member is interested, we can work something out if Flat Rate is too much.

BTW, I'm in Amarillo, TX.

Curtis
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Offline EgillSkallagrimsson

Re: Low density floppy drives for shipping
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2011, 04:24:09 PM »
Quote from: curtis;647458
Cleaning out some stuff I stumbled across 4 3.5" drives for the A2000/3000.

I vaguely remember getting these in a deal for some pathetic shipping/packing on an A2000 on ebay.  I was assured they work, however, when I got them I just put them up planning on testing them later.

Sold the A2000 and they won't fit in my A500 or Minimig.

Anyway, one per customer for cost of shipping.  After you get it and if you're feeling generous, I'll always take a donation.

I know they'll fit in a small USPS Flat Rate box which will ship domestically for $5.20.  If an international member is interested, we can work something out if Flat Rate is too much.

BTW, I'm in Amarillo, TX.

Curtis


Any chance I could get two of the floppies? I've got an A2000 with no floppies (or the plastic wachamathingies:lol: that go in their place) that could use a couple. Either way, sign me up for at least one and pm me your paypal info.:)
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Re: Low density floppy drives for shipping
« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2011, 04:42:43 PM »
Quote from: curtis;647458
Cleaning out some stuff I stumbled across 4 3.5" drives for the A2000/3000.

I vaguely remember getting these in a deal for some pathetic shipping/packing on an A2000 on ebay.  I was assured they work, however, when I got them I just put them up planning on testing them later.

Sold the A2000 and they won't fit in my A500 or Minimig.

Anyway, one per customer for cost of shipping.  After you get it and if you're feeling generous, I'll always take a donation.

I know they'll fit in a small USPS Flat Rate box which will ship domestically for $5.20.  If an international member is interested, we can work something out if Flat Rate is too much.

BTW, I'm in Amarillo, TX.

Curtis
Curtis,

Hook me up for one drive, or if quantity restrictions are lifted I could use two also.  Let me know how you want to process the transaction.

PM Sent as well.

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Offline mousehouse

Re: Low density floppy drives for shipping
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2011, 07:13:51 PM »
Do you have one for the A3000? In that case I'll take it if nobody else has...
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Offline curtis

Re: Low density floppy drives for shipping
« Reply #4 on: June 29, 2011, 02:04:58 PM »
All the drives have been spoken for.

Curtis
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