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14" hard srive platters?


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mrjoboyfresh

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How old are these things are they worth anything today
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used in the 70s +/- 10 years.  If it has a part number try to Google it and maybe you will see one on Ebay.  I did find one use for them:

 

http://makezine.com/...rd-drive-clock/


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It might be worth something for use in other ways, but as a disk, it is worthless unless you can find a collector who wants it. The drives were used into the 90s. There were smaller drives for PCs, but the capacity was smaller than the larger disks.


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