Sold Old-world Macs to be had!

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I have here a a collection of Apple hardware from the early Macintosh era, that is:

  • a Macintosh Colour Classic
  • a Macintosh Classic
They each come with a keyboard and mouse of course, the operating systems are in Norwegian but that I'm sure can be fixed by someone who has the appropriate disks for them. I'm asking for £5 for each of these, but this is negotiable :)
 
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interested in the colour classic, would you ship to ireland? Can you post a photo of it please.
 

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I'm happy to ship it to Ireland. it's jolly heavy though! do you want me to investigate about this? I will post a photo of it soon.
 

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It's quite embarassing, but I can't find my Macintosh SE anywhere. I don't understand where it's gone, but it means it's no longer for sale. The other two still are.
 

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Can happen to any of us. Just please amend your opening post by commenting there that it's not available. It helps readability of this thread :)
 

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I don't suppose you have a spare keyboard and mouse for this era of Mac, by any chance? I've got a Wanted thread for such items to complete a Mac Plus I've had lying around for years!

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OK, i've tried to attach a picture of the Colour Classic Mac. Let's see if this works...
 

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Thanks for the photo A little blurry but looks good to me. Work out a postage quote for me and we can do business. :D

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@AndyLandy

I'll have a look around. I think I have a keyboard around here somewhere but you know, the Mac Plus actually has a different keyboard from the Mac Classic and the Mac Colour Classic... looks somewhat taller and doesn't have the connection thingummy (for mice etc) on the side.
 

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@AndyLandy

I'll have a look around. I think I have a keyboard around here somewhere but you know, the Mac Plus actually has a different keyboard from the Mac Classic and the Mac Colour Classic... looks somewhat taller and doesn't have the connection thingummy (for mice etc) on the side.

Yeah. I just realised that the Colour Classic uses normal ADB. I need the stuff prior to that, a keyboard that uses an RJ-11 phone-type plug and a 9-pin D-sub mouse. Thanks for looking though, I appreciate it!

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@ Andy - Yup the `phone jack` style connectors were used on the Mac 128k,512k and the Mac Plus. The Mac SE, SE/30 etc up to the G3 b&w used the ADB port for peripherals.

Hope that helps.
 

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IIRC, the iMac G3 was the one who use USB for both keyboard & mice.
 
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