Post your 68k Macs!

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  1. seanwag, Jul 29, 2014
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    seanwag macrumors newbie

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    Hey there! I'm a 12 year old Mac collector from California. I have a collection of 68k Macs I'd like to show - feel free to post your own 68k collection as well!! :D:apple:

    1st pic: Left to right = Mac 512k "Big Mac", Mac 128k (unupgraded), Mac 512ke
    2nd pic: Macintosh Color Classic w/ 33MHz processor upgrade, 42 MB RAM, and ethernet
    3rd pic: Mac Classic II and Mac Plus
    4th pic: SE/30 and SE/30
    5th pic: Quadra 700
     

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  2. harrymatic macrumors 6502

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    The only 68K machine I own is this fairly unremarkable Macintosh Classic (it does have the full 4MB memory and the factory 40 meg hard drive though). I've owned it since 2003 - funny to think that back then you'd struggle to even give these away but now even the lowliest of the compact Macs are in quite high demand!

    Excellent collection by the way!
     

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  3. 128keaton macrumors 68020

    128keaton

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    What program is that?
    Also, I have a nice Macintosh Classic with the 4MB Memory Module and a 100MB SCSI external HDD.
     
  4. harrymatic macrumors 6502

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    That's the Møire screensaver by John Lim - I never really liked After Dark that much as it tended to just gobble up memory and disk space.
     
  5. Ih8reno macrumors 65816

    Ih8reno

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    I've amassed a few over the past year.

    Macintosh 128k upgraded to 512k

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    Macintosh 512ke

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    Macintosh Plus

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    Macintosh SE SuperDrive (put away so this is a cropped photo, bad quality)

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    Macintosh Classic

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    Pretty sure these also fit in the category, correct me if I'm wrong

    Powerbook 140

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    Macintosh IIvx

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    Macintosh IIsi

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