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Here's an update to my collection, I've been a very busy this year :-)... only 9 to go before the magic 100 Macs!!! Then I think it's time stop and put my efforts to simply maintain/repair the collection.

I'll update my pictures of the Apple Store in the following week or so... 

MacBook Pro 15in Unibody Mac OS X 10.7.3 Intel Core i7 2.2 GHz *New*

Mac Mini Mac OS X 10.7.3 Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz *New*

MacBook Pro 13in Ali Unibody Mac OS X 10.7.3 Core 2 Duo 2.53 GHz

MacBook Pro Mac OS X 10.6.8 Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz

MacBook Mac OS X 10.6.8 Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz *New*

MacBook (Black) Mac OS X 10.6.8 Core Duo 2.0 GHz *New*

Mac Mini Mac OS X 10.6.8 Server Core 2 Duo 1.83 GHz 

MacBook  Mac OS X 10.6.8 Core Duo 1.83 GHz

PowerMac G5 Mac OS X 10.5.8 Dual G5 1.8 GHz *New*

PowerBook G4 Mac OS X 10.5.8 G4 1.67GHz 

iBook G4 Mac OS X 10.5.8 G4 1.33 Ghz *New*

iBook G4 Mac OS X 10.5.8 G4 1.33 Ghz

iMac G4 17inch Mac OS X 10.5.8 G4 1.25 GHz *New*

PowerBook G4 17 inch Mac OS X 10.5.8 G4 1.00 GHz *New* 

PowerMac G4 MDD Mac OS X 10.5.8 & Mac OS X 10.4.11 G4 Dual 867 MHz  *New*

PowerBook G4 12inch Mac OS X 10.5.8 G4 867 MHz *New*

PowerMac G4 Quicksilver G4 800 MHz

PowerMac G4 Quicksilver G4 733 MHz 

iMac G4 Mac OS X 10.4.11 G4 800 MHz *New*

PowerBook G4 Mac OS X 10.4.11 G4 667 MHz *New*

Power Mac G4 Dual Mac OS X 10.4.11 Server Dual G4 450MHz

Mac Cube G4 Mac OS X 10.4.11 G4 450 MHz

iBook G3 White Mac OS X 10.4.11 G3 600 MHz

PowerBook G4 Mac OS X 10.4.11 G4 500 *New*

PowerBook G4 U/S G4 400 MHz

PowerBook G3 Mac (Pismo) OS X 10.4.11 G3 400 Mhz

iBook G3 Lime Mac OS X 10.3 G3 466 Mhz 

iMac G3 Strawberry G3 400 MHz

iMac G3 Blue G3 400 MHz 

iBook G3 Blue Mac OS X 10.3.9 G3 366 Mhz *New*

B&W PowerMac G3 Mac OS X 10.3.9 G3 350 MHz

B&W PowerMac G3 Mac OS X 10.4.11 G3 350 MHz

B&W PowerMac G3 G3 350 MHz 

B&W PowerMac G3 G3 + G4 500MHZ Upgrade. *New*

iBook G3 Tangerine Mac OS 9.2.2 G3 300 MHz

iBook G3 Blue Mac OS X 8.6 G3 300 MHz *New*

PowerBook G3 (Lombard) Mac OS 9.2.2 G3 233 MHz *New*

Performa 6400/200 Mac OS 9.1 PPC 603e 200 MHz / G3 300 Mhz

PowerMac G3/233 Mac OS 9.2.2 G3 233 MHz

iMac G3 Bondi Blue G3 233 MHz

iMac G3 Bondi Blue G3 233 MHz

PowerBook 3400 Mac OS 8.5.1 PPC 603e 240 MHz *New*

Performa 6400/180 Mac OS 9.1 PPC 603e 180 MHz 

Power Macintosh 5500/233 Mac OS 9.1 PPC 603e 233

Power Macintosh 9500/200 PPC 604 200 MHz

PowerBook 1400cs/133 Mac OS 8.1 PPC 603e 133

PowerBook 1400c/117 Mac OS 8.1 PPC 603e 117

Performa 6200

PowerBook 5300 *New*

Power Macintosh 7500 Mac OS 9.1 PPC 601 with PPC 604 120 Mhz upgrade

Power Macintosh 8100/80 *New*

Power Macintosh 7100/66

Power Macintosh 6100/60 PPC 601

PowerBook 500

PowerBook 190cs MC680LC40

PowerBook 190cs MC680LC40

Quadra 840AV Mac OS 8.1 MC68040 40 MHz

Quadra 800 Mac OS 8.1 MC68040 33 MHz with PPC 601 @ 66 MHz upgrade.

Quadra 700 MC68040 25 MHz + DayStar Digital: PowerPro 601Upgrade Card @ 50 MHz

Quadra 650 A/UX /System 7.0.1 MC68040 25 MHz

Quadra 610 System 7.1 MC68040 25 MHz

Macintosh LC 475 MC680LC40 25 MHz

Macintosh LC 475 MC680LC40 25 MHz

Macintosh IIfx Mac OS 7.6.1 MC68030 40 MHz

Macintosh IIfx Mac OS 7.6.1 MC68030 40 MHz

Macintosh IIfx Mac OS 7.6.1 MC68030 40 MHz + 68882 Coprocessor

Macintosh IIfx MC68030 40 MHz + 68882 Coprocessor

Powerbook Duo 230 + Dock MC68030 33 Mhz *New*

Powerbook 165 MC68030 33 Mhz

Powerbook 170 Mac OS 7.5 MC68030 33 Mhz

Macintosh LC III MC68030 33 Mhz

Macintosh LC III MC68030 33 Mhz *New*

Performa 450 MC68030 33 Mhz *New*

Macintosh IIvx Mac OS 7.6.1 MC68030 32 MHz /  Processor Upgrade.

Macintosh IIvx Mac OS 7.6.1 MC68030 32 MHz

Macintosh IIsi MC68030 25 MHz *New*

Macintosh IIci MC68030 40 MHz + 68882 Coprocessor

Macintosh IIci MC68030 25 MHz

Macintosh IIx MC68030 16 MHz + 68882 Coprocessor

Macintosh SE/30 MC68030 16 MHz + 68882 Coprocessor

Macintosh SE/30 MC68030 16 MHz + 68882 Coprocessor

Macintosh SE/30 MC68030 16 MHz + 68882 Coprocessor

Macintosh LC MC68020 16 MHz

Macintosh LC MC68020 16 MHz *New*

Macintosh SE System 6.01 MC68000 8 MHz

PowerBook 100

PowerBook 100 *New*

Macintosh Plus System 6.01 MC68000 8 MHz

Macintosh Plus System 6.01 MC68000 8 MHz

Macintosh MacOS MC68000 8 MHz

Macintosh MacOS MC68000 8 MHz

91 Macs

Newton 2000

Newton 120

Newton 130

Newton OMP

Newton eMate

5 Newtons

Sun Sparcserver 5 Solaris 2.5.1 Sparc

Sun IPC U/S?

NeXT Nextstation Turbo NextStep 3.3 MC68040 33 MHz

Amiga A3000 Amiga DOS 3.1 MC68030 25 MHz

Amiga A1000 Amiga DOS 1.3 MC68000 8 MHz

Amiga A500 Plus Amiga DOS 2 MC68000 8 MHz

Atari 1040STe GEM MC68000 8 MHz

Atari 1040STe GEM MC68000 8 MHz

Sinclair QL QDOS JM ROM 680008

Sinclair QL QDOS JM ROM 680008

Sinclair Spectrum Z80 3.5 MHz

Apricot F1 MS-DOS 8086

Compaq LTE Elite 4/50 486 DX/2

Acorn Archimedes A3010 *New*

Acorn Archimedes A3020 *New*

Apple II europlus

Apple II europlus *New*

Apple IIc

18 Others

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Comment by Andre on February 8, 2012 at 6:09pm

Wow...what 9 models are you hoping to add?

Comment by Martin on February 8, 2012 at 6:35pm

Good question, these would be nice:

Mac Portable

iMac (Flower Power)

iMac G5

Macintosh II

eMac

MacBook Air (first revision)

Macintosh 512K

PowerMac 9600

PowerBook 1xx or 5xx series

Mac Mini G4 (first revision)

I'd love to get a TAM or Lisa but these are too expensive these days.

Comment by Shrine Of Apple on February 9, 2012 at 12:00pm

Does *new* mean the item is brand new or that it's new to your collection?

Comment by Martin on February 9, 2012 at 12:09pm

New to my collection (since my last blog). (I'm not that rich ;-)

Comment by Wholly Mindless on February 9, 2012 at 8:40pm

I can't be the only one intrigued by this line:

18 Others

Comment by MJJ on February 10, 2012 at 6:32am

That's one impressive collection!

Comment by Martin on February 10, 2012 at 6:43am

18 Others - Refers to the non-Mac machines in the list.

Comment by Martin on February 10, 2012 at 7:33am

I've just been given an iMac G5 which needs it's capacitors replaced! Wahoo! That makes 92... and an interesting project in the meantime.

Comment by Wholly Mindless on February 10, 2012 at 9:27am

Sorry, the bold looked like headers - I didn't realize that they were actually totals for each section.

It certainly is an impressive collection!  Some great machines in there.

The only obvious omission in the list of "others" would be an Atari Falcon to balance out your Amiga 3000.

Comment by Martin on February 10, 2012 at 9:38am

An Atari Falcon would be lovely, but these are going for over £300 these days so these are definitely out of reach for me. Instead an Atari Mega (different form factor) or RAM/Floppy drives for the QL would be nice... What am I saying... I need to get rid of some of these 'others' to make room for a few more Macs! ;-)

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