Old test equipment is so great. This thing sold for $20,000 in 1995, and I got it for a little over $100 shipped. Still works fine, aside from some dings and scratches.
Performance is better than anything I could buy new for less than $1000, aside from memory depth and sheer weight.
And it was designed to last. Deals with post-Y2K dates like nobody's business.
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