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How much would I be able to cash in with these fully functional server parts?

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1x HP AD604A MSL6060 (2 Ultrium 460 drivers, FC Switch, 2 Ultrium 230 drivers upgrade)
2x HP RP5470 (4 Active Processors PA-RISC 650 Mhz, 12 Gb Memory, 4 PCI Copper Gb Server Adapter)
1x HP RP2405 (1 Active Processor, 2 Gb RAM, 1 PCI 4 Port 100BaseTx Half length LAN (A5506B))

4x HP Proliant DL360R03 G3 (1 Intel Xeon 2.4 Ghz, 1 Gb  Advanced ECC PC2100 DDR SDRAM)
2x HP Proliant DL580 G2 (4 Gb RAM, 2 Intel Xeon MP X1.5 Ghz, 2 NC7770 PCI-X Copper Gigabit Server Adapter)
2x HP Proliant DL380 G3 (2 Intel Xeon 2.40 Ghz- 512 Kb 4650 ECC PC2100 DDR SDRAM)

2x HP StorageWorks VA7110 (each with 4 Gb Cache, 1 Redundant Controller, 30x SCSI Hard Disk 73 Gb 15k rpm) - total of 60 SCSI HDs of 73GB
2x HP StorageWorks FC SAN S
2x HP TFT 5600 RKM

1x HP StorageWorks DAT 40 D


Everything is FULLY operational and mounted in 3 racks.
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try them all on ebay.
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I just wanted a rough estimative.
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if you were to break up individually and sell on ebay, disks will sell well.

eBay at least total sales - $3K-£4K.

if you were to sell in one lot to a recycler expect a lot less!
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It is a buyers market.  You'll be lucky to get $1500.  The hardware is ancient and expensive to ship.  
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Thanks.
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