Okay folks, it's my online garage sale where I dispose of about 20 years worth of dragging crap around from one place to another. I'm trying to price things reasonably and I'm serious about selling this stuff, so take a look and let's deal. Unless otherwise noted, if it's not in the pictures, it's not part of the sale. Note there are LARGE versions of the pictures available for more detail. If you have questions, please ask. Plus shipping means you pay what it costs me to ship, no more or less. Payment method is negotiable so long as it's not too much of a PITA. --01-------------- Mac OS X Collection: OS X discs starting from the Public Beta and including 10.0, 10.2, 10.3 and 10.4. I believe that all discs and all manuals are present and accounted for (no stickers though) in each box. Version 10.3 is a Family Pack (5 license), the rest are single license editions. Everything is 100% retail, purchased new by me. Included is an OS 9 disc that came with 10.0. Pictures of everything in this sale here: http://sarasotadetail.com/gallery2/v/admin/fs01/osx/ Price: $100 + shipping --02-------------- DOS Compatibility Card: This is a 25mhz 486 on a PDS slot card designed for a Quadra/Centris 610 (pizza box). I used in my Quadra 660AV with slight issues and lots of people used them in the full size Centris/Quarda case at the time. Included is the monitor adaptor cable and what I believe are the necessary disks to make it work, including DOS 6.2. Windows is NOT included but can be installed if you have it. Manuals are included also. I'll be honest, I don't know if this thing works or not. It worked when I put it back in this box ~12 years ago, but I don't know about now and offer NO guarantee on either the hardware or software. I feel like I'm selling it cheap, so don't buy it if you're gonna be heartbroken if it doesn't work. Pictures of everything in this sale here: http://sarasotadetail.com/gallery2/v/admin/fs01/doscard/ Price: $25 + shipping --03-------------- Lisa/Mac XL Parts: I have 2 CPU boards, 4 I/O boards, 6 memory boards and 2 power supplies. The boards look rather the worse for wear and aren't in static bags so you may assume they are not functional. The power supplies? I don't know. No guarantee on any of this stuff but still may be of interest to collectors. Pictures of everything in this sale here: http://sarasotadetail.com/gallery2/v/admin/fs01/lisaparts/ For this album I have labeled the pictures with the quantity in parens. Price $25 + shipping --04-------------- Newton MessagePad 100: Complete with box 1st gen Newton in good working condition. Includes AC adaptor, sleeve, stylus & extra stylus, "Getting Started" PCMCIA card, modem & phone cord (never used). Also includes manuals, VHS instructional tape, and diskettes. I plugged this in to AC power today for the first time in 10 years and it started right up to the page as I'd left it. It appears to work perfectly and looks great. Still have original price sticker @ $975. Pictures of everything in this sale here: http://sarasotadetail.com/gallery2/v/admin/fs01/newton/ Price $65 + shipping --05-------------- SCSI Cables: A bag of assorted SCSI cables, terminators, tweeners, Y-cables, etc. A collection of SCSI cables of almost every kind ever used in Mac land in the 80s and 90s. 50-50, 25-50, gender changers, and best of all IMO, a half dozen or more Y-cables. If you ever want to stack up a bunch of naked SCSI drives, you'll want these. No guarantee on any cable, but on my word I used this very collection a lot in the day and it's good stuff. Collectors note, at least one of these is Apple logo'd. Ask if you need more info. Large versions are available. If you have questions, take a closer look first then ask. http://sarasotadetail.com/gallery2/v/admin/fs01/scsi/ Price $40 + shipping --06-------------- Vintage Mac Networking: Two different kinds. First, a nice assortment of Appletalk/Localtalk hardware. Both the Apple kind and the much superior PhoneNet alternative sold by Farallon. This stuff will work with any Mac from the 512K up to whenever Macs stopped having serial ports. It's slow, but built right in to the OS and dead easy to set up and use. Next, an Asanté 10T hub with all 3 kinds of interface (thick, thin, twisted pair) available. AC adaptor included, it powers up but I can only guess that it still works. Included are a pair of coax adapters that will fit any Quadra/Centris Mac (the ones with the proprietary Ethernet connector). Pictures here: http://sarasotadetail.com/gallery2/v/admin/fs01/network/ Price $25 + shipping --07-------------- Random Cables: A bag of assorted random cables. Includes just about every combination of 8, 9 and 25 pin cable possible. Most of this stuff was designed for Apple ][ and Mac gear from the 80s and early 90s. Lots of Apple logo cables, ask for details if that's important to you. Large versions of the pictures are available. Also included, a bunch of internal power device power cables and some random junk that needed to go somewhere so here it is. Pictures here: http://sarasotadetail.com/gallery2/v/admin/fs01/cables/ Price $15 + shipping --08-------------- Smart Cable: This bad boy saved me many times in the day but imagine my surprise when I Googled it today and find it's still being made with very few changes. This is a Smart Cable SC-821 built by IQ Technologies, Inc when Ronald Reagan was president. The current version looks a little different (although it still has the same model #) but basically the same thing. My version has 25 pin male & female connectors at each end. I used to carry around pigtails for 8 and 9 pin jobs. No batteries required. Pictures here: http://sarasotadetail.com/gallery2/v/admin/fs01/scable/ Price $40 + shipping --XX-------------- That's all for now. There is LOTS more to come. I will post in the thread title when I update. Later!