Lots of stuff! Yellowknife, 9500 prototype, Mac TV, B+H Apple II... you could start a museum!

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Decided to liquidate all my old comptuer stuff that I'd never use anymore. Here's a partial list:

Yellowknife- Mac G3 prototype. Looks almost like a G3 board, but with serial ports and ISA slots.

Unfortunately I can't get it to do more then blink lights. From what I know about this particular model's history, it was sent to MIT from Apple, and sat on a shelf until my friend found it and gave it to me.

9500 prototype. Looks 99% completed, it just has no FCC validation. Warning stickers all over say it's not FCC valid. Never actually booted it up, but it should work. I think it's a 180mhz model.

Color Classic, SE (2 floppys and a HD), SE/30, Plus, and mac 128k (early non-128k badged model).

Mac TV, power supply board broken. It dosen't boot, but it WAS working until it blew, if that helps anything. Could be taken to a TV repair shop or have 575 guts swapped into it to make it work.

Remember these?

Bell and Howell Apple II+... might be broke, it boots to the "Apple II+" screen but then won't load anything. Suitable for a museum Smile funky audio and video mixer-handle thing on the back.

Mac II in there as well.

Also have a few old GeoPorts, Daystar 40mhz 040 processor upgrade for IIci, some sort of Apple NuBus slot tester, IIe card for LCs... and a few other things I can update as time goes on.

Some of this stuff is worth money (I believe anyway), some not at all. Make me an offer and cover shipping and it could be yours. i jsut don't want it to get destroyed.

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Thanks.

There's more stuff too:

BOXES and boxes of software. old mac stuff, Apple II stuff, etc. Games, utilities, system software, etc.

Box of PhoneNet connectors. Lots Smile

Old Ethernet AAUI adapters.

Mac 128k floppy disk drive external hard drive (Apple, fits the footprint of the computer). System Saver fan fro the top of a Mac as well (with 2 power plugs).

Apple II disk drives (Platinum, I believe).

Screens (Apple II RGB, IIe Composite).

Lots of old manuals and stuff.

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What's still there?

What is still available?

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What do you want?

What do you want?

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you got some crazy amazing st

you got some crazy amazing stuff tehre... btw, where are ou located?

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Sorry!

I probably should have specified that, haha. I live in Massachusetts. Zip code 02723.

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what are the 3 similar boxes

what are the 3 similar boxes stacked vertically along the right edge of the last picture?

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Re: what are the 3 similar boxes

ianmeyer wrote:

what are the 3 similar boxes stacked vertically along the right edge of the last picture?

I'm betting they're Set Top Box cases.

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They are set top boxes. So is

They are set top boxes. So is the generic looking case on top of the 9500 (it's a version 1 STB). But They aren't for sale, a friend of mine already wants them Wink

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Re: They are set top boxes. So is

MacMan2625 wrote:

They are set top boxes. So is the generic looking case on top of the 9500 (it's a version 1 STB). But They aren't for sale, a friend of mine already wants them Wink

I figured as much, but darn! Oh well. Tongue

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Still have a mac+

I'm trying to get a plus with keyboard and mouse. I'm on disablity so price needs to be kind of cheap.

Thanks
bob