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At 9:38pm on August 1, 2008, Dylan Hans said…
250?? please give us pictures then .. it would be sad if you are lying which i think you are :D
At 10:18pm on August 1, 2008, James said…
Welcome Macmedic! Dylan is a little quick to doubt! I'll will be revealed in Episode #81!
At 12:17am on August 2, 2008, macmedic said…
Yes yes. Don't worry I sometimes wonder myself if I really have that many. It was funny thou, recently a friend of mine was up from Melbourne in my Office in our shop and I was surprised to find out I had 24 macs in there alone! Never mind the rest of the shop and storerooms!
At 9:57am on August 2, 2008, macmedic said…
Apple IIe
Apple IIe Platinum
Apple IIc

Apple Lisa 2/5
Apple Lisa 2/10
Apple Macintosh XL

Macintosh
Macintosh 128Kb
Macintosh 512K
Macintosh 512Ke
Macintosh Plus
Macintosh Plus 1mb
Macintosh SE in Box
Macintosh SE Superdrive
Macintosh SE/20
Macintosh SE/30
Macintosh Classic
Macintosh Classic in Box
Macintosh Classic II
Macintosh Classic II in Box
Macintosh Colour Classic
Macintosh Performa 250

Macintosh II
Macintosh IIx
Macintosh IIxi
Macintosh IIvi
Macintosh IIcx
Macintosh IIci
Macintosh IIsi
Macintosh IIfx

Quadra 610
Quadra 605
Quadra 660AV
Quadra 700
Quadra 800
Quadra 840AV
Quadra 900
Quadra 950

Centris 610
Centris 650

Macintosh Portable
Macintosh Portable in Box
Macintosh Portable Backlit
Macintosh Portable Backlit in Box

Powerbook 100
Powerbook 140
Powerbook 145
Powerbook 145b
Powerbook 160
Powerbook 165c
Powerbook 170
Powerbook 180
Powerbook 180c

Powerbook 520c
Powerbook 540c

Powerbook Duo 210
Powerbook Duo 230
Powerbook Duo 270c
PowerBook Duo 280c
PowerBook Duo 2300c

Duo Dock
Duo Dock II

PowerMac 6100/60
PowerMac 6100/66
PowerMac 6100/66 PC
PowerMac 7200/120
PowerMac 7300
PowerMac 7500

Network Server 700

LC
LC II
LC III
LC 475
LC 520
LC 575
LC 630
LC 630 PC

Performa 580
Performa 5260

Quicktake 150
iSight

Apple TV 40

iBook Tangerine
iBook Blueberry
iBook Key Lime
iBook Indigo

Newton MP 100
Newton MP 110 in Box
Newton MP 120
Newton MP 130 in Box
Newton MP 2000 in Box
Newton MP 2100
eMate 300 in box

PowerBook 12" 0.867Ghz
PowerBook 12" 1.00 Ghz
Powerbook 12" 1.33 Ghz
PowerBook 12" 1.50 Ghz

Ti Powerbook 400
Ti Powerbook 550
Ti Powerbook 667
Ti Powerbook 800
Ti Powerbook 1Ghz

Al Powerbook 15" 1.00 ghz
Al Powerbook 15" 1.25ghz
Al powerbook 15" 1.33 Ghz

Al Powerbook 17" 1.0Ghz
Al Powerbook 17" 1.67ghz

Powerbook G3 Lombard
Powerbook G3 Pismo

Power Macintosh G3 B&W
PowerMac G4 Gigabit
PowerMac G4 Digital Audio
PowerMac G4 Quicksilver

PowerMac G5 2.7Ghz DP
PowerMac G5 2.3Ghz DP

iMac G4 15" 800
iMac g4 17" 1Ghz
iMac g4 20" 1.25ghz

ABout 25 Various iMac G3's

Powerbook G3
PowerBook 3400c/240 in Box
Powerbook 3400c/180?

PowerBook 2400c

Macintosh IIsi Clear Case
Apple Tech Step
Apple Set Top Box
Bandai / AtMark Pippin

iPod 5Gb G1
iPod 20GB G2
iPod 20Gb G3
iPOD 4G
iPod Photo
iPod Shuffle
iPod Video 5G
iPod Shuffle Gen 2
iPod U2
Ipod Mini (All colours)
At 12:20pm on August 2, 2008, Dylan Hans said…
omg so sorry ... wow i am beyond jealous i might have to invent a body switching machine now
At 3:33pm on August 2, 2008, James said…
I didn't realize the Duo 250 was tough to find. I do happen to have one so I guess I'm lucky to have picked one up along the way. Your list has inspired me to dust off my list and get an accurate accounting of my stuff.
At 6:34am on August 5, 2008, connectionfailure said…
That's an impressive collection
At 10:47pm on August 19, 2008, Leon said…
Did you manage to snag the 250 to round out the collection?
At 11:32pm on August 19, 2008, macmedic said…
Yes I got the 250, the guy is posting it.. So finally I will have the entire DUO line up.. It only took 10 years.
At 4:56pm on August 24, 2008, mac said…
Thank you for adding MacHEADS
At 1:53am on January 17, 2009, Kathryn said…
Adrian, It was great getting to met you at Macworld.
At 6:01pm on January 25, 2009, Kev said…
How did this site get my photo?! I was never asked to upload one!
At 10:32am on February 10, 2009, MJJ said…
Fabulous collection! thought I had a lot!
Have you got them all photographed?
At 2:27pm on February 10, 2009, Kev said…
Of COURSE you're that friend!
At 12:18am on February 11, 2009, Kathryn said…
Yep, it is a great jacket!
At 2:05am on February 11, 2009, macmedic said…
Enjoy the platinum glow :P
At 1:04am on April 22, 2009, macmedic said…
A friend in Australia recently asked where I got my Lisa's from. I purchased one from an ex Apple employee on eBay, he had other but they were not selling very quickly and I ended up buying 4 of the 5 he had on offer. I then recently got given two heavily damaged machines as spares, of the 6 machines, I have 3 that work, however, to get them going cost me in addition to the purchase price around $500USD plus about 50 hours of hard work. I still dont have a functional keyboard. Id advise, as long as you get a list with Power issues and a working keyboard, you should easily enough be able to get the PSU and Video Board repaired as they use fairly standard parts. Everything else is very specific.
At 11:55pm on October 22, 2009, Matt Rhinesmith gave macmedic a gift
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Glad to hear you donated... What is the purpose of the gift system though?
At 10:52pm on March 29, 2010, Franklin Johnson said…
Thanks for adding me as a friend! Hope everything is great down there in OZ mate!! :-)

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