Vintage IBM Mainframe 700 series Vacuum Tube Logic Pluggable Module 701 704 705 For Sale

Vintage IBM Mainframe 700 series Vacuum Tube Logic Pluggable Module 701 704 705


This item has been shown 0 times.

Buy Now

Vintage IBM Mainframe 700 series Vacuum Tube Logic Pluggable Module 701 704 705:
$385

Vintage IBM Mainframe 700 series Vacuum Tube Logic Pluggable Module. Type used in IBM Mainframe such as the 701, 702, 704, 705 and 709.
Condition is good as shown. Tubes are not necessarily the correct types but are all IBM tubes except one. I do not know the exact type of module or the IBM model this module was used in other than it was a 700 series. 700 series were models such as the 701, 702, 704, 705 and 709. The 704 was the first machine to run Fortran. See photos.
Look over photos and ask any questions.
Buyer to pay by Paypal within 2 days.
Check out myother items

- Will combine shipping when possible or discount on multiple items. Thanks for looking.


response: If you want response please leave positive response for me and I will do the same for you. If there is any problem please contact me before leaving response so I may address any issues you may have. Thanks for your interest in my sales.



Buy Now

Ti 99/4a Nos Never Used Box Manual Tv Adaptor Power Supply picture
Ti 99/4a Nos Never Used Box Manual Tv Adaptor Power Supply


Rare 1980s Apple Iic Computer A2s4000 W/ Power Block - Turns On picture
Rare 1980s Apple Iic Computer A2s4000 W/ Power Block - Turns On


Packard Ball Multimedia S605 Pentium Mmx 233 Mhz 24 Mb Ram No Hdd No Os picture
Packard Ball Multimedia S605 Pentium Mmx 233 Mhz 24 Mb Ram No Hdd No Os


Lm2596 Dc-dc Converter Adjustable Step Down Regulator With Voltmeter Display Led picture
Lm2596 Dc-dc Converter Adjustable Step Down Regulator With Voltmeter Display Led


Documentation

  • AIX Local Security Checks
  • Backdoors
  • CentOS Local Security Checks
  • CGI abuses
  • CISCO
  • Databases
  • Debian Local Security Checks
  • Default Unix Accounts
  • Denial of Service
  • Fedora Local Security Checks
  • Finger abuses
  • Firewalls
  • FreeBSD Local Security Checks