- Aug 10, 2012
I recently found a 512k Macintosh for sale and am able to get it for $60. The owner says there is a question mark on the screen and cannot boot it. Is it worth the cost?
Dude that cable is blocking the most important piece of info on the back of your machine!
I am so many levels of jealous...My, my! This is a fast-growing collection.
$20?!?! Worth it just for the spare Analog Power/Sweep board !
Atleast you guys live a little closer to the uk. In my country i will find for example Macintosh 128k for 2,500$. But us people are more lucky in that way. When I'm on us websites I'm like "WOW! a macintosh 128k for only 600$" And oh right the shipping is 300$...Oh. Then you are the luckiest person in Canada today!
I'm Irish and that sort of deal simply doesn't happen even though we used to produce everything from the apple II up to the PM G5's here in cork. Clearly for export only....
M0001 is an original 128K, not 512k. 512K is model M0001W. How much memory does "About the Finder" report? What is the serial number on the bar code near the brightness knob? It's possible it's an original Macintosh (128K) or has been upgraded from 128K to 512K