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looking for 386 mainboard's (25)

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Is there anyone who wants to sell me about 25 identical 386 mainboards (babysize) or does anyone know how to get these items?
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by:Lee W, MVP
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I'll refrain from asking why you're looking for 386 mother boards  and simply suggest you try local computer hardware shops - not the superstores but the guys down the block selling systems and consulting services.  Or you could try internet auctions, www.gsci.com, www.onsale.com, are two I've used in the past.  You'd really have a better time looking for old 486 boards.  I've got perhaps 2-3 that may work or parts of them may work... I seem to remember a problem with the keyboard on one of them...
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Go try Pricewatch, www.pricewatch.com   The site is a big listing from tons of vendors and they have lots of stuff for cheap.  
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cheers  mate.. :)
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