On Monday, a German Redditor named c-wizz announced that they had found a very rare 66-year-old Librascope LGP-30 computer (and several 1970 DEC PDP-8/e computers) in their grandparents’ basement. The LGP-30, first released in 1956, is one of only 45 manufactured in Europe and may be best known as the computer used by “Mel” in a famous piece of hacker lore.
This is the vintage computing version of finding a 33 Stradale in a shed in the Italian countryside.
Thinking, my granma’s basement was full of hay for the goats and firewood for the stove.
Some grandparents some people have…
Eh, there’s several of those in museums.
Come back when you have a one-of-a-kind.