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It looks like I have new stuff to play with this weekend :-)

The princely sum of £20 secured this little lot......I just need to tell my wife now that I'm bringing home ANOTHER dozen Macs, she may just kill me!

 

PowerMac G3 400 chimes

Powermac 8500 G3 (Formac card) chimes

Powermac 8500 150 chimes

Powermac 7500 100 chimes

Powermac 7200 90 chimes

Quadra 840AV Lovely cond chimes

Mac II Vi (uber rare Mac in good cond) chimes

Mac IIfx excellent condition and maxed with 128MB RAM, x2 1.44 flops and a 40MBHD, chimes

Mac IIfx spares only

Mac IIi Power

Mac II Power

Mac 512k power but no chime

Mac 512 Spares

SE30 Power but no chime case dirty

And, ......... an LC

 

The above is the description from the seller of this gear, I'll post again when I've collected it and had time to check it all out.

I bought the lot basically just for the 840AV but I'm sure there is fun to be had with the other items too!

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Mac IIfx excellent condition and maxed with 128MB RAM, x2 1.44 flops and a 40MBHD, chimes

Mac IIfx spares only...

 

I bought the lot basically just for the 840AV but I'm sure there is fun to be had with the other items too!

Everything else pales into invisibility beside a 128-MB IIfx.

 

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Nice find on the IIfx... between that and the 840AV, I'd say you got a deal worth much more than the amount paid. The IIvi is a nice find, too. You see a fair amount of IIvx's but rarely it's little brother. They only made the IIvi for 4 months. I'm working patiently to max out my IIfx at 128mb. It has 64mb at the moment.

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Well yesterday I finally drove down to collect the lot listed above..

All items listed are present and correct, I was also given 2 external SCSI enclosures each with a CDRW drive installed, a large cardboard box with approx 150 Mac cover CDs from the 90's. Another huge cardboard box full to the brim with every sort of Mac related cable you can think of....6 PPC604 150Mhz daughter cards (I have no idea what i'll do with these!). A boxed Radius 8bit video accelerator card (I think it's for the 512k Mac or the SE30) several network cards, a half full carrier bag of RAM (many different types) and a pile of documentation that stands over 4 feet high when piled on top of one and other. It's going to take me weeks to sort through all of this lot but I'm a very happy Old Mac lover

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