So, I was offered two iBook G4 machines and some accessories for 135 dollars including shipping. First machine is fully working iBook G4 1.42GHz with 1.5GB RAM but only 30GB hard disk. It comes with mighty mouse, charger and installations disks. Battery lasts only 45 minutes. Second machine is 1.33GHz 12" and has defective hard disk and that famous Airport problem. Not sure but apparently it does boot so I could either make the clamp fix or remove whole airport/bt card and use external USB WLAN. No information about the RAM, 512MB is onboard of course. No information about battery but charger is included. This machine comes with carrying bag but no installation disks. I have spare 100gigabyte hard disk and Leopard installation media. I'm thinking about buying those and trying to make the 12" model usable, switch 30GB hard disk to it and then sell it with mention about the Airport defect, if it works flawlessly with the Airport card removed. Good or bad deal? It is again that same situation where I am tempted to buy old Macs for project even though I have no use for them.