It is just coincidence that I have got the 128K just after the anniversary. I have been looking to get a mac 128k for some time, and I managed to get this one on eBay for a good price (£63 - about $45). It is in very good condition with minimal yellowing and comes with a carry case.
It was incorrectly advertised as a not advertised as a mac Fanny Mac, but the model number of M0001 gave it away.
Do you need a power supply for your 9500? because I am parting out a Workgroup Server 8550, and i bet they are the same. The power supply I have has a detachable motherboard power cord, It is a Mineba Electronics model AF000111, Apple Part Number 614-0038.
If it is the same, let me know. I have it apart right now to blow it out with compressed air, as it is encrusted with dust. The beast also has a huge fan on the cover that comes off.
Happy to be here. Been involved with computers since the early eighties. Used to write a software review column called Computing with Mr. M. It ran in newspapers and magazines. Started out with a two disk Sanyo CP/M machine (which I loved) and then went to Radio Shack Tandy 1000. Later bought an Apple IIc and eventually went to an Imac. Today I collect vintage Macs. Still use an SE/30 to write articles once in a while with an old version of Word. I then transfer them to my current Mac for submission to magazines. I have a working Apple IIe with duo drives that I play games on, just to remember how it was. Today I booted up an old version of The Oregon Trail and Ms. Pac Man. Also ran Paperboy for a while. Cool stuff. I look forward to listening to your Podcast. Love to hear about anything related to the early days of computing. Back when a 300 baud Hayes Smart Modem cost $500. Remember that? Here's a quote I found on the web you might like:
"...you don't have to wax nostalgic about this stuff to be a geek, if you used Wordstar, CP/M or a Kaypro or even if you just know what those terms refer to, you're a "classic geek." Yes, I have used a Kaypro running CP/M-- but it was only at work."
Writer Kevin Murphy on a computer blog about Wordstar, August 2004.