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Another update to my computer collection list. It's been a quiet year for collecting due to lack of space issues!!!
*New* - New to List.

Mac Mini Mac OS X 10.6 Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz *New*
MacBook Pro 13in Mac OS X 10.6 Core 2 Duo 2.53 GHz
MacBook Pro Mac OS X 10.6 Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz
Mac Mini Mac OS X 10.6 Core 2 Duo 1.83 GHz
MacBook Mac OS X 10.5.8 Core Duo 1.83 GHz
PowerBook G4 Mac OS X 10.5.8 G4 1.67GHz
iBook G4 Mac OS X 10.5.8 G4 1.33 Ghz
PowerMac G4 (Quicksilver) Mac OS X 10.4.11 Server G4 800 MHz *New*
PowerMac G4 (Quicksilver) Mac OS X 10.4.11 Server G4 733 MHz (Needs new power supply.)
iMac G4 Mac OS X 10.4.11 G4 800 MHz
Power Mac G4 (Mystic) 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 10.3 G3 600 MHz
PowerBook G4 Dead G4 400 MHz
PowerBook G3 (Pismo) Mac OS X 10.4.11 G3 400 Mhz
iBook G3 Lime Mac OS X 10.3 G3 466 Mhz
iMac G3 Strawberry Dead G3 400 MHz
iMac G3 Blue Mac OS X 10.3 G3 400 MHz
B&W PowerMac G3 Mac OS X 10.4 Server G3 350 MHz
B&W PowerMac G3 Mac OS 10.4.11 G3 350 MHz
B&W PowerMac G3 No HD G3 350 MHz (+ two others coming soon!)
iBook G3 Indigo Mac OS 9.2.2 G3 366 MHz *New*
iBook G3 Tangerine Mac OS 9.2.2 G3 300 MHz
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 Mac OS X 10.2 G3 233 MHz
iMac G3 Bondi Blue G3 233 MHz
Performa 6400/180 Mac OS 9.1 PPC 603e 180 MHz
Power Macintosh 9500/200 PPC 604 200 MHz
Power Macintosh 5500/233 Mac OS 9.1 PPC 603e 233
PowerBook 1400cs/133 Mac OS 8.1 PPC 603e 133 Mhz
PowerBook 1400c/177 Mac OS 8.1 PPC 603e *New*
Performa 6200 Mac OS 7.6 PPC 603e 75 MHz
Power Macintosh 7500 Mac OS 8.1 PPC 601 with PPC 604 120 Mhz upgrade
Power Macintosh 7100/66 PPC 601
Power Macintosh 6100/66 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 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
Powerbook 165 MC68030 33 Mhz
Powerbook 170 Mac OS 7.5 MC68030 33 Mhz
Macintosh LC III
Macintosh IIvx Mac OS 7.6.1 MC68030 32 MHz / Processor Upgrade.
Macintosh IIvx Mac OS 7.6.1 MC68030 32 MHz
Macintosh IIci MC68030 25 MHz + 68882 Coprocessor
Macintosh IIci MC68030 25 MHz
Macintosh LC II
Macintosh IIx
Macintosh SE/30
Macintosh SE/30
Macintosh SE/30
Macintosh LC
Macintosh SE System 6.01 MC68000 8 MHz
PowerBook 100
Macintosh Plus System 6.01 MC68000 8 MHz
Macintosh Plus System 6.01 MC68000 8 MHz
Macintosh 128k UK version with a memory expansion botch (u/s). MC68000 8 MHz
Macintosh 128K US version - MC68000 8 MHz

68 Macs

Newton 2000
Newton 130
Newton OMP
Newton eMate

4 Newtons

Sun Sparcserver 5 Solaris 2.5.1 Sparc
Sun IPC Dead?

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

Apple IIc
Apple II Europlus - Keyboard not working.

Apricot F1 *New*
Compaq LTE Elite 4/50E ?!?

15 Others.

Just donated to National Computer Museum at Bletchley Park in September.
Sun 3/60 MC68020 + 68881 Coprocessor

In October I should be able to start moving the less valuable part of the my collection to my own newly refurbished 'Apple Store' (i.e. the old stable/pig house?). Pictures to follow.

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Comment by Damian Ward on September 28, 2010 at 1:27am
Nice collection Martin. I'm looking forward to the picture of the new set up.
Comment by Scott on November 11, 2010 at 7:50pm
Wow! Fantastic assemblage there Martin. I'm envious.

I decided today to reallocate some of my hobby collectibles "investment" money and started me a vintage Mac collection... any suggestions?
Comment by Arnaldo on November 11, 2010 at 11:29pm
nice collection there I see people on you tube getting their macs for free or for 10 bucks at the yard sale. I don't have that luck lol

i'm starting mine
Comment by Martin on November 12, 2010 at 3:05pm
Hi Scott,

'started me a vintage Mac collection... any suggestions?'

It all depends on what you want from your collection. e.g. Most interesting, Most chance of increasing in value, oldest, most expandable.

My collection is based on what I've been given + the first, last and fastest versions of a particular Mac CPU architecture.
I recommend you pick up the Application MacTracker. All the information is close to hand.
Comment by Martin on November 12, 2010 at 3:09pm
Hi Arnaldo

Don't despair, free Macs are out there. I started a local Mac group and people tended to offer you their old machines. So I decided to offer the machines to other people who could still benefit from using an old machine as 'long term loans'. When the Mac got too old even to these people they ended up in the collection.

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