And it has a ton of old stuff in it, as near as I can tell the person who abandoned the unit was a PC Repair tech in the 80s and into the mid 90s. There are tons and tons of stuff in there that I figure some people on here would be interested in looking at.
Here are the pictures from my initial exploration: http://imgur.com/a/0rEIv
If I had the space I'd be repairing and running most of this stuff just to relive the glory days of computer, but alas I do not have the space, plus the SO would probably kill me if I dragged it all home with me.
So I will be trying to sell most, if not all, of it. But I am not too sure I want to have to ship the larger pieces. I plan on having a "Geek Garage Sale" the last weekend on April (if anyone on here is interested in buying anything let me know, or if you are interested in stopping by for the sale).
There is so much stuff, so far I've catalogued nearly 300 ISA cards, hard drives, floppy drives and peripherals, and I've not even started on the bigger things.
https://airtable.com/shraX3xyq3qjiGRVr - Expansion Cards
https://airtable.com/shrA7cS5ApaOun6gd - Drives, motherboards, CPUs etc.
I'm gonna be busy on this for some time.