It has to have been Apex that I visited. The back areas were a mix of open
sky and sort of sheds.
The air was typically pretty dry so the stuff held up well. There were
things I would have liked to have grabbed.
Could easily see a day digging around.
Inside its stacked to the 20 ft ceilings and they have ladders like you see
in home depot to get to the top.
There was a genrad admittance bridge on the top shelf. In good condition
and in the nice wood box.
I did not go to C&H as I simply ran out of time. Pretty good?

On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 12:18 AM, Jeff Woolsey <> wrote:

> Geez.  The Agilent IEEE-1588 units I mentioned a month or two ago were
> the last things I bought there.
> > There is one crazy place down in northern LA. Some what hard to get to
> but
> > my god the stuff. Overwhelming. They dicker also. Nothing like a tough
> > bargain was there 3 years ago.
> I happen to have returned from a family spring break in LA/SD just
> today.  Yesterday I visted C&H surplus in Duarte and picked up a couple
> items, one was way-underpriced.  This morning I was at APEX Electronics
> in Sun Valley.  Overwhelming is right.  Being where they are in LA they
> have a fair amount of prop business.   Imagine the backroom at
> WeirdStuff. Now imagine ther same thing, only open to the sky, out
> back.  I inquired about a couple items near the front, but didn't have
> room in the car (or my wallet) for them.  The Yelp reviews are accurate.
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