No, I just have just enough spares in case something goes awry with the 7 or so Retro Computers I already have working...these parts include....
- a dead dead PC Chips M919 Socket 3 motherboard
- one Intel 486 DX2-66 CPU (from my 486 desktop when it was a DX2)
- a big antistatic bag full of 72 and 30 pin SIMMS + some 168 pin DIMMS I don't even need, most in smaller capacities ie 4MB>
- a pile of Soundcards including one or two SoundBlasters, a Crystal card I suspect is a WSS Card, a couple Aztec cards
- a bigger pile of NICs, including one sealed LInksys PnP ISA N.I.B.
- 2-3 extra 4MB Memory cards for my NEC Versa 486 laptops (M/75, 40EC), which I'll probably sell and restock in 16MB and 32MB sizes
- some Serial, Parallel, Multi I/O, FDD, and HDD controller cards, including a Future Domain Dual IDE ISA card with it's own BIOS
- maybe a graphics card or two, most likely WDPVGA1A or WD 512K non VESA Compliant SVGA cards, or Oak Technologies
I have no spare hard disks left - they all are either in something, or able to be swapped into something at will. I am planning to order 2 PATA caddies for mSATA drives so I can put 128GB SSD in my 486 systems, including both Laptops (FreeDOS with my full music collection and all CD-ROM games run off virtual drives).
I have a couple floppy drives left - I think a 360K DSDD that is the 2nd out of my Tandy 1000A and maybe 1 1.44MB 3.5" Floppy Drive for a desktop, plus a USB 2.0 Media Bay in Beige, the rest is all just random case hardware stuff (screws, standoffs, fans, heatsinks, drive rails, etc...). I just keep it all in a pin feed printer paper box in the closet with some diagnostic tools and pull it out when I need it.