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The CADR was the first successful LISP machine, built by the MIT AI Lab as a follow-on to the prototype CONS machine.

Physically, the microcoded CPU was a single huge wire-wrap swing-out bay mounted in the front of an H960 rack. A separate backplane held main memory cards, I/O cards, etc.

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