My grandmother is having some major housework done, involving the total removal of the storeroom (basically a basement but above ground, as there is no actual basement). This has prompted her to get rid of nearly all her otherwise useless possessions, so when she found "some computers" I was naturally the first one to get a phone call. Turns out she had an old Macintosh LC II sitting in there, and in keeping with her usual kleptomaniacal tendencies, she isn't entirely sure where or when she got it or how long it's been in storage. Nonetheless, it's there and was clearly stored with the intention of being used - pizza box, monitor, keyboard, mouse, cables and all. There was even an old serial external CD drive, but I'm not sure if that was meant for the old old Texas Instruments laptop in the storeroom. I suppose it will work with the Mac, right? Anyway, I had to leave for college, so I put the entire setup in the cargo hold, headed back to school, and set up my room in the house; now the computer's in a strange location (on a storage crate next to my bed) but it's all plugged in and guess what - it works. Perfectly, I may add! Well, there's a catch, actually. See even though it is running OS 7.5.1 and boots/loads normally, it is also running At Ease 1.0 and therefore in order to load normal Finder I need a password, which I certainly don't know and I doubt my grandmother does. Any hints on that would be appreciated, by the way. I'm still working on finding out its exact specs, since without full Finder and UI I can't really find that. I do know it has a roughly 10MB HDD (at least it appears to) and it couldn't be running faster than about 25MHz. Monitor is fine, color's good and no odd flickering or artifacts - pleasantly surprising! The sound is kinda weak but it works too. The down arrow key sticks so I gotta take my pocketknife to it. Cosmetically, the whole thing unfortunately looks awful. Time and smoke have gotten to it, but luckily I opened it up and the smoke damage is minimal, if any at all. Any suggestions for cleaning the casing a bit? I'm okay with a slight yellowish tinge if it's absolutely unavoidable. I've taken a bunch of photos too. I've got a good DSLR but didn't want to use the flash, so apologies for the somewhat dark or grainy photos. Album is here I'm not looking to sell this, but can't help but wonder how much it might be worth... Just thought I'd share my lucky find with MacRumors!