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Well, folks, I'm now up to 4 different subscribed email addresses, two email clients, two Web mail interfaces, and three smtp servers, and LEM Swap list still won't accept my postings. >:(

So once again I'm listing stuff here, in case 'fritter-ers need some parts and odds-n-ends for really cheap.

- Prices do NOT include shipping
- Minimum Order $8 (not including shipping)
- PayPal or US Postal Money Order only
- I'm in Phila, PA, 19123
- PayPal verified; all-positive eBay feedback of +297 as mattruben

ITEMS FOR $2:

Apple OEM 80MB hard drive (normal low profile size -- 1" high, 3.5" wide)

Internal 40-pin IDE cable (2-connector)

Internal SCSI cable, 2 or 3 connector (several available)

LC/LCII/LCIII/LC475/Quadra 605 power supply

PM 7100/Quadra 700/Quadra-Centris 650/IIci/IIvx/IIvi power supply

PM 6100/Quadra-Centris 610 power supply

Hard drive sled, plastic, PCI Power Macs, PPC Performas, 6100/610, LC/Performa all-in-ones, etc.

Hard drive sled, metal, LC/LCII/LCIII/LC475/Quadra 605

Hard drive sled, metal, Quadra/Centris 650, Power Mac 7100

CD-ROM sled, plastic, 6100/610, others

PC/Mac Plus serial to Mac serial adapter cable, DB9 female to DIN8 male, untested

Pair of Color Classic motherboards

Apple Plaintalk Microphone, old style (round) or new style (teardrop)

AC cord, standard, black or beige

Serial cable, 6ft or 10ft

Set of 3 network/printer cables(?) -- look like Mac modem cables, with DIN8 serial at one end and DB25 at other end, but DB25 end has only five or six pins. Some kind of PC printer or network cable I believe.

Set of two Comm Slot I internal 28.8k modems: 1 Apple, 1 Global Village (Teleport Platinum V)

ITEMS for $3

Mac LC II, includes ONLY the case, motherboard, PSU, floppy

Mac IIvx, includes ONLY the case, motherboard, PSU, floppy

PPC Performa 5200/75 logic board, 75MHz 603 PPC CPU

Color Classic CRT yolk

Apple IIGS RAM card, maxxed-out, fully populated (1MB I believe)

Lot of 12 4MB 72-pin RAM SIMMs

Set of 3 8MB 72-pin RAM SIMMs, includes one matched pair 60ns

Lot of old networking gear: Apple LC-PDS ethernet card, AAUI connector; Apple AAUI-10base2 (COAX) ethernet transceiver; Asante AAUI-10base2 (COAX) transceiver; three phonenet adapters (one with terminator)

LC-PDS ethernet card, 10BaseT, modern twisted pair/RJ45 connector, Cabletron, drivers available online

AC cord, translucent G3 iMac/B&W G3 style

Apple II analog joystick by Kraft -- very cool vintage item, in very good physical condition, should also work with early Compact Macs (pre-ADB), appears good but untested

Mac IIsi Nubus adapter with metal shield

CD Bezel for Power Mac 6100, Quadra/Centris 610

Subwoofer assembly, Power Mac 6400/6500. Entire black plastic assembly with speaker, speaker cable and all four mounting screws

Feet, Power Mac 6400/6500. All four cylindrical plastic feet, with rubber pads attached.

Front panel (CD/floppy bezel) for Performa 575 (will also fit LC 575, 577, 578, 580)

Apple internal caddy loading 2X SCSI CD-ROM drive, WITH caddy

Firewire cable, Sony, 6-pin to 6-pin, 6ft., sealed/new

Firewire cable, 4-pin to 6-pin, 6ft., unsealed but never used

USB cable, A to B, white, unsealed but never used

Apple external Powerbook video adapter, with original box. For PB500 series.

Apple Power PC processor daughtercard, untested, marked for 8500/9500, so I assume it's a 120MHz or 150MHz PPC604. Giant heatsink. AS-IS.

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tmtomh's picture
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Contact me at...

mruben -at- critpath -dot org

Thanks!

Matt

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Re: Nothing over $3

tmtomh wrote:

Well, folks, I'm now up to 4 different subscribed email addresses, two email clients, two Web mail interfaces, and three smtp servers, and LEM Swap list still won't accept my postings. >:(

You realize that you have to send the messages as plain text, not HTML, right? Most mail clients send as HTML as default.

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Yeah...

... I do realize that. I've got OS X Mail set to send plain text only, and I've been posting successfully to LEM Swap from OS X Mail for about two years now, on and off. I've also tried posting from GNU Mail, as well as .Mac Web mail, Yahoo Web Mail, and two other Web Mail interfaces. All are set to compose in plain text (if they have a preference setting for that).

I've also composed messages in TextEdit (as plain text, not rtf), in BBEdit (again, plain text), and in the email clients/Web mail windows themselves.

I've fiddled with subject lines, message text, everything I can think of. I've now tried to post from five different email addresses. All subscribe successfully and receive Swap List posts successfully -- but I can't actually post successfully with any of them.

The only thing I can think of is that the MacLaunch servers blacklist certain IPs and/or domains. Perhaps my ISP (comcast.net) is blacklisted -- even with the Web mail messages, the raw source of the message identifies where my message starts (i.e. the node within Comcast from which I'm sending). Or, alternatively, perhaps my currently assigned dynamic IP address is on a blacklist from when someone else had it.

Other than that, I can't see any commonalities among all the messages I've sent. It's a real PIA.

Matt

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Update on Items, July 5

Well, I'm now able to post on LEM Swap. (Turns out the list was set to require moderators to manually approve posting by new subscribers -- some sort of settings glitch...) --

BUT, I though it would be a good idea to update my list since I'm still getting inquiries from folks here on Applefritter.

So here's the updated list:

- Prices do NOT include shipping
- Minimum Order $8 (not including shipping)
- PayPal or US Postal Money Order only
- I’m in Phila, PA, 19123
- PayPal verified; all-positive eBay feedback of +297 +299 as mattruben

ITEMS FOR $2:

Apple OEM 80MB hard drive (normal low profile size – 1″ high, 3.5″ wide)

Internal 40-pin IDE cable (2-connector)

Internal SCSI cable, 2 or 3 connector (several available)

LC/LCII/LCIII/LC475/Quadra 605 power supply

PM 7100/Quadra 700/Quadra-Centris 650/IIci/IIvx/IIvi power supply

PM 6100/Quadra-Centris 610 power supply

Hard drive sled, plastic, PCI Power Macs, PPC Performas, 6100/610, LC/Performa all-in-ones, etc.

Hard drive sled, metal, LC/LCII/LCIII/LC475/Quadra 605

Hard drive sled, metal, Quadra/Centris 650, Power Mac 7100

CD-ROM sled, plastic, 6100/610, others

PC/Mac Plus serial to Mac serial adapter cable, DB9 female to DIN8 male, untested

Pair of Color Classic motherboards

Apple Plaintalk Microphone, old style (round) or new style (teardrop)

AC cord, standard, black or beige

Serial cable, 6ft or 10ft

Set of 3 network/printer cables(?) – look like Mac modem cables, with DIN8 serial at one end and DB25 at other end, but DB25 end has only five or six pins. Some kind of PC printer or network cable I believe.

Set of two Comm Slot I internal 28.8k modems: 1 Apple, 1 Global Village (Teleport Platinum V)

ITEMS for $3

Mac LC II, includes ONLY the case, motherboard, PSU, floppy

Mac IIvx, includes ONLY the case, motherboard, PSU, floppy

PPC Performa 5200/75 logic board, 75MHz 603 PPC CPU

Color Classic CRT yolk

Apple IIGS RAM card, maxed-out, fully populated (1MB I believe)

Lot of 12 4MB 72-pin RAM SIMMs

Set of 3 8MB 72-pin RAM SIMMs, includes one matched pair 60ns

Lot of old networking gear: Apple LC-PDS ethernet card, AAUI connector; Apple AAUI-10base2 (COAX) ethernet transceiver; Asante AAUI-10base2 (COAX) transceiver; three phonenet adapters (one with terminator)

LC-PDS ethernet card, 10BaseT, modern twisted pair/RJ45 connector, Cabletron, drivers available online

AC cord, translucent G3 iMac/B&W G3 style

Apple II analog joystick by Kraft – very cool vintage item, in very good physical condition, should also work with early Compact Macs (pre-ADB), appears good but untested

Mac IIsi Nubus adapter with metal shield

CD Bezel for Power Mac 6100, Quadra/Centris 610

Subwoofer assembly, Power Mac 6400/6500. Entire black plastic assembly with speaker, speaker cable and all four mounting screws

Feet, Power Mac 6400/6500. All four cylindrical plastic feet, with rubber pads attached.

Front panel (CD/floppy bezel) for Performa 575 (will also fit LC 575, 577, 578, 580)

Apple internal caddy loading 2X SCSI CD-ROM drive, WITH caddy

Firewire cable, Sony, 6-pin to 6-pin, 6ft., sealed/new

Firewire cable, 4-pin to 6-pin, 6ft., unsealed but never used

USB cable, A to B, white, unsealed but never used

Apple external Powerbook video adapter, with original box. For PB500 series.

Apple Power PC processor daughtercard, untested, marked for 8500/9500, so I assume it’s a 120MHz or 150MHz PPC604. Giant heatsink. AS-IS.

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Got any compact macs? I am l

Got any compact macs? I am looking for one for my children.

Thanks,
David

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I am no longer looking for a Mac :(

Hello,

I am sorry to report that after consulting with my wife, she decided
that a Mac would be a great incentive / reward for the kids. So it
won't be for a few months at least before I can I can buy one.

Regards,
David