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666sheep

macrumors 68040
Dec 7, 2009
3,629
238
Poland
Certainly not worth this price, although it looks like new. But this "backup" copy of 10.4... :rolleyes:
 
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Plymouthbreezer

macrumors 601
Feb 27, 2005
4,238
77
Massachusetts
Makes me wish I never sold my iMac G3 DV+...

:rolleyes:

That said, I've seen some crazy prices on Special Edition models over the years... "Flower Power" models, and Snows have always been popular markup items.
 
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Goftrey

macrumors 68000
May 20, 2011
1,853
72
Wales, UK
Holy crap! That's a ridiculous price to pay, whether it looks new or not.... Here in the UK they're bearly selling for 20 quid....
 
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skinniezinho

macrumors 65816
Jan 1, 2009
1,067
83
Portugal
Sorry to say guys, but here in Portugal I never saw a Imac G3 lower than 200eur...even the 233MHz ones..of course they don't sell, but that's another story..
 
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Cox Orange

macrumors 68000
Original poster
Jan 1, 2010
1,788
234
Given that it is the 400MHz version of the graphite one, it is even more overpriced. There was also a 500, 600 and 700MHz. The least is very rare, so if I was searching for a collectible I would wait for the 700MHz or get the 600MHz instead, but buying the 400MHz just because of the graphite case... I don't know.
 
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Christine1234

macrumors regular
Mar 2, 2011
161
10
Snowflake, AZ
Yikes! Last week I passed up a graphite 600MHz iMacG3 for $15 (US) because I already have 3 iMac G3's and don't know where I'd put another one. I've run across quite a few of them at yard sales.
 
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Gage

macrumors regular
Oct 12, 2011
103
0
At Goodwill yesterday, there were 2 iMac G3s for $13 each. Actually thought about getting one for S&Gs, but I've already got a couple.
 
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