[sebhc] Two SS SD 5-1/4 inch floppy drives available.

Jack Rubin jack.rubin at ameritech.net
Mon Sep 5 11:50:03 CDT 2005

Sure, if no one else bites or is in extreme need. I've actually cleaned up
enough stuff that I now have room for two more drives. I'll gladly defer to
anyone who needs these to get a system up and running.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: sebhc-bounces at sebhc.org 
> [mailto:sebhc-bounces at sebhc.org] On Behalf Of Bob And Bettina Groh
> Sent: Monday, September 05, 2005 11:28 AM
> To: Heathkit Computers
> Subject: [sebhc] Two SS SD 5-1/4 inch floppy drives available.
> More cleaning up downstairs. I have four of the original 5-1/4 inch 
> drives (full size, SS, SD) used in my H-89s and have decided 
> (reluctantly) that I really only need to keep 2 of them (so I can 
> populate my H-77 if the desire ever strikes me further down the road).
> That means I should (my wife says the operative word is 
> '...MUST!!...') 
> get rid of two of them.  I believe all were operational the 
> last time I 
> used them (back in 1986 according to a label on the drives 
> where I wrote 
> the date and put 'tested ok'  on the label) but goodness 
> knows if they 
> are still ok. All of them look great - I picked two of them 
> to offer to 
> the group:
> Drive #1: Tandon TM100-1A
> Drive #2: Siemens FDD 100-5
> The Siemens has the full sized door to access the floppy; the 
> Tandon has 
> a latch. I can take pictures if you want to see them.
> The shipping weight will be 10 pounds and add $3 for a box and bubble 
> wrap et al.
> I'm thinking $15 for both of the drives plus S & H.
> Anyone interested?  If not, it is no big deal to keep them as they 
> certainly aren't that big! OK, so I am ambivalent about 
> getting rid of them!
> Bob Groh
> Blue Springs, MO. 64014
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