NeXT Cube

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by Ensign Paris, Aug 2, 2003.

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    Ensign Paris

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    Hello friends,

    I have a NeXT Cube that I am selling for a friend, I have not seen it yet, but it basically from what she has told me, has everything, spare mobos, printers, tablets, monitors, everything!, and is basically brand new condition (minus the card board boxes).

    What kinda value am I looking at? any thoughts?

    Thanks,
    Ensign
     
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    MrMacMan

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    Ensign Paris

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    Hey,

    Her husband bought it for art purposes about 10 years ago or summut like that, then he died around 7 years ago, she has just kept it, not knowing what to do, and then she found me (on a music course) and we talked for ages, and she asked me to sell it on EBay for her. Thou I am not sure if EBay is the way to go for such an object.

    I am wanting to get a good price for her (atleast enough to buy her a 17" Powerbook), and hopefully enough to make it all worth while.

    I have no objections to shipping to any where in the world. So long as its a good home and the price is right.

    At this point, i want someone to give me kind of a value, thou those sites are very useful, thank you.

    Ensign
     
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    tjwett

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    Re: NeXT Cube

    I want it!!! I'm sending you a PM.:)
     
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    tjwett

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    they aren't that legendary, or all that valuable either. i got a monochrome NeXT Cube off ebay with everything included for @ $200. theses guys still have a ton for sale:
    http://www.blackholeinc.com/
    black hardware is really cool but it's lost it's value terribly. i still like them just for nostalgia and the NeXT OS is brilliant.
     

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