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Where on the net are the best places to post a notice of an AlphaServer for sale?

I have a new DEC AlphaServer 2000/4-275 For Sale
The AlphaServer 2000 4/275 manages up to 625  transactions per second with 2 symmetric multiprocessing processors (SMP). Equipped with 1 Digital 2.1 gb hard drive and 64 mb RAM; includes additional 64 mb RAM for a total of 128 mb RAM and 4 additional Digital 2.1 gb hard drives, a 8 gb dat drive, and one UNIX Alpha CD ROM drive. Comes with UNIX V4.0B pre-installed. Brand new, open, complete.

Original retail price $48,000 plus; Liquidation
Station price, $15,000 or best offer. Interested parties contact me, Bonner Smith at 1-800-382-6246 or visit http://liquidationstation.com for additional information.
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Hi,

   The best place and appropriate place would be:

misc.forsale.computers.workstation newgroups. You could also cross post it to:
- comp.forsale.computers
- misc.forsale.computers.other.systems

Good luck,
Minh Lai
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Thanks for a super fast reply (reply received within an hour or less!)
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