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#1 2015-01-05 04:26:47

Scott Baret
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Registered: 2014-05-21
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Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

OK, now that most everything from Part 1 is gone, here's Part 2...no pics yet but I can provide them upon request if needed (although I will try to describe everything well enough that they won't be needed).

There are no complete systems in this sale, but plenty of parts are here to build your dream machine.

NEARLY COMPLETE SYSTEM

Mac SE FDHD. It has no hard drive or analog board but is otherwise complete. The case isn't too badly yellowed. There is one nick about 1mm in diameter near the screen bezel but otherwise it's in good shape. $15. I'm not 100% sure how much RAM is in this one offhand.

Mac LC III+. It needs recapped and the PSU is questionable (probably also needs a cap job). Aside from not having a hard drive, it would make a fine project machine. It's only slightly yellowed and in good overall shape, but the previous owner peeled off the "LCIII" sticker. $15.

DRIVES

800K floppy drives. All have black labels (later production, better mechanisms). I have two of these loose and they do work. $10 each.

LOGIC BOARDS

I have a few Mac SE boards, all 800K drive versions. Most have RAM on board but the amount you get varies. Inquire about what you want and I'll see what I can do, or at least come to a compromise. $5 each.

PRINTERS

Apple ImageWriter II in ORIGINAL BOX. It does have the manual and a cable. This is the original white model. The yellowing is minimal. $20 (new low price).

MONITORS

I have two Apple Hi-Res RGBs. One is in excellent condition (absolutely no yellowing!) aside from a hairline crack on the bottom right of the bezel. The other is really yellowed and lacks a cable. They worked the last time I plugged them in. $10 for the non-yellowed, $4 for the cable-less and yellowed.

ANALOG BOARDS

I have two Mac Classic analog boards, both of the Revision A type. They will need recapped. $5 each.

ACCESSORIES

Mac Classic RAM card with 4MB RAM (fully populated). $5.

CASE PARTS

Mac Classic in below-average shape. It doesn't have any big nicks but does have scuffs and some marker marks. $2.

Mac SE in awful condition. This one looks like it went through a war. $1.

I can stick a CRT in either one free of charge. I like to do this when these get shipped since it's tougher to crack the inner bezel. These CRTs do work.


EXTRA SPECIAL NOTE!!!

--If you buy the ImageWriter II, you're going to help a cause. I want to run a 5K which benefits domestic abuse victims this spring and will use the money from that printer to help cover registration.


All items are located in Pittsburgh, PA. Buyer pays shipping. The only items I am interested in trading for are working 12" Apple RGB monitors (LC toppers) and short ADB keyboards (preferably the Apple Keyboard II) with mice.

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#2 2015-01-05 05:12:04

Scott Baret
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Registered: 2014-05-21
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Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

JUST FOUND IN MY APARTMENT STORAGE LOCKER!!!

Another Mac Classic case. It has a logic board inside which will almost certainly need re-capped. No CRT, but I can toss a Rev. A one in. If you'd like, I can throw one of the questionable analog boards in here as well so it's only a BYOD (bring your own drives) machine. The case is only slightly yellowed and aside from a few scuff marks on the right side of the screen, is pretty nice overall.

$4 for the case alone. As with the others, the CRT is free if you want me to pop it in.
With analog board and CRT: $8 (save a buck!)

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#3 2015-01-06 02:11:31

techknight
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Registered: 2014-05-22
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Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

Interested in the imagewriter.

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#4 2015-01-06 16:46:39

jt
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From: Bermuda Triangle, NC USA
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Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

I'm interested in the empty Classic case/chassis or even just the chassis.

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#5 2015-01-13 21:50:53

jt
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From: Bermuda Triangle, NC USA
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Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

HRMMM, I just realized you had SE boards!

One of those should be a drop-in/bolt-up fit for my DOA SE/30 as a sleeper kinda TURD/Mac/30/SE (Slow-Edition) now that I'm thinking about it, right?

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#6 2015-01-14 01:13:11

Scott Baret
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Registered: 2014-05-21
Posts: 182

Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

Considering I've popped an SE/30 board into a regular SE before, I'd say you've got a 100% chance of that working!!

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#7 2015-01-14 06:19:45

volvo242gt
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From: Duvall, WA
Registered: 2014-05-22
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Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

Yup, the only difference, chassis-wise, other than the fact that the SE/30 chassis handles SE/30 PDS cards without modification, is the bezel.  PS is the same, analog board is the same, monitor is the same, drive brackets are the same, etc.  Just remember that if the SE board hasn't been upgraded to the FDHD ROMs, the SuperDrive in the SE/30 is an 800K drive.

-J


modern: Mac Pro 2.8GHz 8-core 6GB/500G/DVD-RW
Pre-Mac: ][+, //e
other: iPhone 6s 128GB Space Gray

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#8 2018-03-01 18:24:18

Theclassic
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Registered: 2017-10-09
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Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

Is your LC still for sale? I'm interested. If you have any other machines, just let me know how much youd like for them. I'm located very close to Pittsburgh.

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#9 2018-03-13 04:55:47

Scott Baret
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Registered: 2014-05-21
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Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

Are you referring to the LC 575 I posted on Facebook last summer? It's actually a Performa but I do still have it!

EDIT: If you mean the LCIII+ I have posted here, that's been gone for about three years now!

However, I do have a few machines still for sale. Send me a message and I'll let you know what I've got!

Last edited by Scott Baret (2018-03-13 04:56:30)

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#10 2018-11-25 16:18:45

Theclassic
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Re: Huge Mac Sale, Part 2

Hi Scott. So sorry for the way late reply. What other machines do you have available (if you have any left at all?) Thanks!

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