CPU closeup (go AMD!).
Super I/O + Trident 8900D + cobwebs are all that's left in there.
Some detail shots.
After cleanup it's booted. "CMOS battery state low" and video is a bit flaky, but no serious problems. Alas, the 5.25" drive wouldn't read the DOS 5 floppy, and there's no HDD anymore. The HDD semi-worked the last time I checked (been a while), and the computer booted on a second reset, but after some reading it was just dry scratchy noises. Maybe I need to lube the bearings.
I liked this case. Nice full tower, LCD MHz display (16MHz with turbo off), IBM logo (taken from a printer). The PC Speaker was beefed up, including an external volume and on/off control box I made for it. The computer's is power efficient, BTW. Less than 30W in BIOS idle.