Warning: CC addiction is rarely curable

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I thought folk might like to see my latest acquisition:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5101464533

No space for them, no time tp sort them, but who could resist? Wink

Stuart

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Wow

All I can say is - WOW...

If you will convert them all into G3s with MacOS X - you can build the first CC cluster ever (that would be really cool) Cool Mac !

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Not only is the fact you scor

Not only is the fact you scored a dozen of them cool, but you actually got the whole lot for only 45 pounds! That's pretty much the price for ONE working CC here in the States!

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And less than the cost in the UK!

In the UK, new ones go for around £55-£65 usuallly, but towards £80 if well-sold and with manual etc etc.

Actually, the seller had offered them privately to me before, and for very sensible reasons like time and space, I'd declined them. Then I saw them on eBay, and knew I'd be near the seller's home next week, and. . . . . . .

Since I haven't finished one CC/G3 yet, the plan is to make as many decent CCs as I can, with some parts I already have, and then keep all the remaining spare parts for future use.

Stuart

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