I once met a Netscape. Think I even posted about it somewhere. Where old browsers go to die. In the same way that retired big-city transit buses get sold to progressively smaller towns before ending up in Mexico, retired browsers end up as Chinese robots.
some people weigh the pros and cons and end up deciding that, yeah, better let Wayback do its thing.
<rant> I do not see any pros with the Internet Archive. Not only do I see it as blatant copyright infringement for illicit gain, it (and all cached copies of sites) is a huge security hole that bypasses browser-side & server-side defenses against hacking/scraping/clipping/etc. In addition, adds do not display so it's a loose/loose situation for the webmaster. </rant>
[browsers.evolt.org...] is still alive. I tried to write them to let them know their main page is down, but as pointed out the contact page is also down. Anyway, I used to keep my home pages working in Mosaic 0.6 (probably, still does) and occasionally browse the web in old browsers -- sorta like driving a model T or something. It didn't understand table tags correctly, so there are lots of weird br tags in my source to get around this, also it was before nbsp could be used, so you had to use #160.