Pictures coming soon. Have a couple of unbelievable finds from the dump.
First up is a Dell Dimension 466DV with an Intel i486DX2-66, 8MB RAM, Quantum 540AT 540MB, 3.5" floppy, 2x speed proprietary "IDE" Creative Labs CD-ROM attached to a Sound Blaster 16, onboard Cirrus Logic CL-GD542x with VGA header. Has two PS/2 ports, and two VLB slots. The entire machine is in practically mint condition, with the exception of a bad CD-ROM drive and now somewhat temperamental hard drive that randomly doesn't want to spin up when powered up (but doesn't give any qualms when it's running). Latest time stamp I could find on an active copy of Windows 95 showed 2012. Someone was using it as a gaming rig. The only damage was a bent expansion slot from someone tossing the monitor while it was still attached to the VGA port (easily fixed). There's not a single scratch or dent on the case, or cracked / broken front bezel.
Second is an ASUS rig. Not sure what model it was. Inside was an ASUS Rampage II GENE mainboard, 9GB of DDR3 (3x 2GB, 3x 1GB), Core i7 920, Nvidia GeForce GTX260, Seagate Barracuda 1TB. Looks like it was used in a restaurant near the kitchen area. Brown, sticky 'dust' stuck to the VGA fan, and on the case fans. I later confirmed this by examining the hard drive. Lots recipes and pictures of the restaurant. Everything works. Weekend project will be to install the components inside a Lian-Li case I picked up off Ebay for $15+$24.