older Mac equipment for cost of shipping...

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older Mac equipment for cost of shipping...

Hey everybody. I'm moving, and I've got to get rid of some older Mac equipment. I know I'll never use this stuff again, but I don't want to see it go to some recyle or scrap heap. So, if anyone here wants this stuff, they can have it for the cost of shipping and packaging. I'll be shipping from Erie, PA; the area code is 16512. I can ship USPS, UPS, or FedEx, your call cause it is your money.

1. Mac LC 475 - I don't know the RAM/HD, but both RAM sockets were filled, if that helps. In trying to test it, it has a startup chime, and I got the the "Welcome to Macintosh" screen in the boot-up process, but then it froze. Of course, the floppy disk I was trying to boot off of was about 12-15 years old...

2. Extended Apple Keyboard and Mouse for the LC.

3. Apple Color Stylewriter 2400 - I have a bunch of ink cartridges for it, but I don't know if it still works.

4. A Microtek 36-bit SCSI color scanner. I beleive it still works OK, but can't test it.

5. 2 different external SCSI CD drives. One is a SCSI-2 interface, the other is older SCSI-1. Actually, the older one is just an external housing, it has an Apple CD300 that can go into it, but hasn't been mounted into it (I'm missing screws). I don't know for sure if either one works.

6. An external SCSI-1 CDR burner, ClubMac brand. It got dropped at one point, so the case is cracked. Again, I don't know if it still works.

7. An Apple Mini-Dock for a Duo Powerbook, and a SCSI cable to go with it.

8. SCSI cables for the above stuff, plus a bunch of extra cables. Some are SCSI-1 converters to SCSI-2 co.

OK, that's it for now. If you are interested in any of this stuff, send me a message here, or send me an email to BaronIago at myway.com.

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Some more stuff to add on...

A couple of more things to add to the list above:

Another internal SCSI CD drive, a Toshiba model XM-6401B, which should work (sorry I don't know the drive speeds), and

An Epson Stylus Color 740 Printer with extra ink carts. The printer should work - if it doesn't, I would hope it would be an easy fix. It is kinda neat because it has connections on the back for USB, standard PC printer, and Apple Desktop Bus (ADB).

Again, this and all the stuff above are yours for the true cost of shipping and packaging. Let me know what you want...

EDIT: I almost forgot about the "Apple ImageWriter II/LQ LocalTalk Option". This is an expansion card, software and documentation so that you can make an ImageWriter printer into a networked printer. It has never been out of the packaging, let alone been used.

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