FS: SATA desktop and laptop HDDs, AirPort card, Apple cap

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FS: SATA desktop and laptop HDDs, AirPort card, Apple cap

I have a few hard drives sitting around unused that I'd like to find
good homes for. I also have an AirPort card, and vintage Apple baseball cap. I have:

--Two Western Digital WD2500 250GB SATA desktop hard drives, 7200rpm. These drives have both SATA and 4-pin power connectors, so they're great for use in older machines that have SATA adapter cards installed, but they also work great in newer machines or external drive enclosures. Asking $50 each, shipped in the continental USA.

--One Seagate Barracuda 750GB SATA drive, model ST3750640AS, 7200rpm. Asking $100 shipped in the continental USA.

--One Seagate Momentus 80GB laptop SATA drive, model ST98823AS, 5400rpm. Pulled from my wife's Intel Mac mini when I swapped it for a larger drive. Asking $40 shipped in the continental USA.

--One Apple internal AirPort card. It was pulled from a snow AirPort Base Station (ClearPort, to be exact) and, as far as I can tell, works perfectly (ClearPort eventually developed power problems). I'm not sure which machines it's compatible with; it's the PCMCIA-style card (with two pins switched) and I believe it's 802.11b only, but it says it supports 128-bit encryption. Asking $40 shipped in the continental USA.

I also have a vintage Apple baseball cap that I found while cleaning out the closet; it's black with an embroidered rainbow Apple logo on the front. It's a one-size-fits-all hat, and the tag says it's made by Crown. Shows very little wear (I don't remember ever wearing it). I have no idea how much to ask for this, so I'm open to offers. I can send pictures of the hat to anyone interested.

If you're interested or have questions, feel free to shoot me a PM or e-mail cwwirth -at- applefritter.com.