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"Really great information! Thanks!"

Michael Hovila
links@remotepcservices.com
http://www.remotepcservices.com

"Hey, it looks great! Could you come over and get these old computers out of my garage??"

Teresa Weber-Freeman
tweberfree@mac.com


"I would like to congratulate the members, donators, helpers and people involved in the building up and maintenance of the museum by the wonderful job that has been done. "

ClŠudio Fell
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"This site brings back good memories. Been in computers from the 60s on, still have an ELF II and an Altair. Worked on large systems for 20 yrs for the US Army and the FAA. "

William T. Redd
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"I HAVE A DIABLO 620 PRINTER SOME LIQUIDATOR FORGOT TO PICK UP,WILL SEND IT YOUR WAY,NICE SITE,RD"

ross dove
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"Nice collection Dave, I was sorry to hear about the store, I had alot of fun working there. Nice to see some old names on the guestbook. Good luck from back here in Massachusetts."

Mark Pasternak
mark@markpasternak.com


"Thanks for saving these great memories! Are you going to have a permanent museum, or is this the end of the road for this museum, Dave? I hope not. In the '79/'80 season, my dad & I went to a big computer store in Anaheim, CA. The room was freshly painted an electric blue. In the front, as you entered, there was a big blue Altair & a Zenith, & on the back wall, Apple ]['s, some dumb terminals, an Adam, Hazeltine, & a Digital. Gigantic printers, plotters & other mainframe equipment. When I go back to my computer memories, this is where I go. One of the best times I ever had with my dad. My first computer was a TRS-80 Model I. Thanks for the nostalgic memories, Dave ! Sincerely, Jon N. "

Jon N.
jrniccolls@dslextreme.com


"Sorry to hear about your store, but the museum is great! I used to sell Northstar and Digital Group way back in the 70's! What a trip to see them again. Thanks!"

Rich Ballard
rballard9@yahoo.com


"Great site, Dave. Sorry to hear about the closing of ACP. On top of having worked there from '84 to '88, the MTI Model III Plus in the collection was acutally built and tested by me when I worked for MTI back in 82. My signature is on the testing label on the bottom. "

David Stinson
dstinson@ix.netcom.com


"Went to your website after this A.M.'s OC Register article...The end of an era...I enjoyed the 5 years I worked for ACP. Would you like my Ithaca/Intersystems computer for your museum ?"

Steve Sorensen
SRSorensen@MSN.COM


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