My dad has had his 386 CAD system for a long time, and recently it has stopped working. We moved autocad onto a newer PC, and we are now faced with a tub full of these old school floppy disks. They have been stored in good condition and have been boxed or stored in zip-lock bags for a while, and they are probably still good.
Dad said he wants $10 plus shipping, but between us you could have them for shipping. I think that they might all fit in a flat rate box.
Let me know if you are interested.
What type of programs are you trying to dispose of? Or are these Blank disks?
If they are high-density disks, then we are likely not interested (sorry!).
The Apple ][ disk drives can only deal with double-density disks.
These disks range from commadore 64 programs to backups from my Dad's 386 PC. I don't know the densities right off hand, but I will look to see and get back to you.