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Published on Sep 1, 2012
Two IBM model 5160 machines. Both are 64-256KB boards fully loaded plus bonus 384KB ISA memory boards (640KB total memory). It's funny that I never remembered PCs having anything less than 640KB - but there was a big period where 64-256KB was normal.
The original motherboards were beyond simple repair (not ROM or RAM issues) and were both replaced with matching models.
One machine is booting off a Seagate ST225 and the other off a Seagate ST412 (which I had to oil, you know it's old when your hard drive needs oil).