Fellow collectors: I have begun collecting ancient Macintosh computers -- the earliest I presently own is the ORIGINAL Mac, "Mac 128k," released January 1984. It's in the best physical and cosmetic shape I've seen one, with a functioning system disk, external drive, original keyboard, mouse, "numeric keypad," and Image Writer (I!!!). I also own the second on the ladder: a Mac 512k (e), with extended "Plus" keyboard and original mouse -- it, too, has an external disk drive, but an 800K one, versus the 128k's 400K. Then, my collection skips over the Mac Plus (still negotiating on that one), to a Macinotsh S/E (not the S/E 30). So, three antique Macs -- I need two more to complete the collection (I don't want a Mac Classic): the Mac Plus and Macintosh S/E 30. If anyone is selling these computers, please let me know as soon as possible and we can work out a lucrative deal. The three other computers which constitute my room's collection include a fully-functioning "040" 1988 NeXT Cube, a NeXT "Station" (the "pizza box" computer), and an Atari Portfolio palmtop created 1989 (better known as the "Easy Money" computer in Terminator 2).