Hey guys, me and another grad student at my university found an old Apple Classic in our psychology lab which we think is from 1991. It belongs to our professor and we asked him is we could possibly sell it to raise some money for our psychology research lab. He agreed so I've got a few questions and you guys seem to be the experts. Maybe you won't mind throwing in your two cents. Here's what we have: The computer itself, a cord which I think would have gone to the printer or keyboard, original documents from Mac system 7 (installation, warranty, Why the Brown Box documents, getting started, etc.), and up to 7 System 7 Software floppy disks. I've checked to see what these might be going for on ebay as I know some Apple collectors are always looking for the older computers to add to their collection. I've seen some varying prices and since we have the installation disks, which are likely worth more than the random documents and their respective boxes they came in, we're not sure what the computer + listed accessories might be worth. Does anyone have any ideas? Also, we fired up the Classic, though we didn't have the keyboard or mouse, and it seems to work just fine. There's still stuff on it from whoever used it to run statistics last but it turned on and started up without any hiccups. For further reference, this seems to be the model I think we have. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macintosh_Classic_II Thanks!