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my apple collection

applefreak

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i only use(d) apple computers,
i never sold one mac, so, using more then 20 years of computers i had a lot of them
3 years ago, i bought one "20th anniversary macintosh",
and i had a new hobby : collecting old "apples"

you can find a list (ranged by date) of all my apple computers i own,
(vintage and recent)
 
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applefreak

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a working apple IIc with the LCD display, "the brick" adapter, 12V battery
starting up Multiscribe

Apple_LCD.jpg


the first apple "portable" ...

contrast should be better
 

applefreak

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a part of my collection
mac II, IIx, IIvi, IIci, IIcx, IIsi, quadra 700
6 of my 12 tams, imac bondi, performa 5200
MacCharlie (512k + IBM-module)
2 x macintosh (128k)

c2.jpg
 

applefreak

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4 other tams
another, still in use in my office
and one is in the showroom of my appledealer

c3.jpg
 

Terry Yager

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Ahh, no wonder the rest of us can't get our hands on a 20th anniversery model, you're hoarding 'em all! (Nice collection, BTW).

--T
 
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applefreak

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this tams are the european model
most of them have a QWERTY and two, a AZERTY keyboard

if you should by a european model, you cann't use the TV in the US
(apple video player)
 

applefreak

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how do you get something ?

I paid for every tam

and for all the other items in my collection

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non adb - NeXT computers
next station (one of them)

next cube
- NeXTdimension
- soundbox
- NeXT Megapixel 21"color display

NeXT800.jpg
 
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chuckcmagee

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No Way!!!! When you say "AppleFreak" you are NOT KIDDING! Do you have a SMALL WAREHOUSE out back for all that stuff??

Good thing I'm lying down in bed already because I would be falling down otherwise, that is a totally unbelievable collection.

I'll stop typing now because I'm totally blown away :shock:
 

applefreak

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1983 presentation of the lisa

1983 presentation of the lisa

not the movie with kevin costner

but the introducing of the Lisa

" using an unique item called a mouse "

the Lisa


Quicktime
H.264 Decoder 352 x 264
AAC, stereo (L R) 44,100kHz
bps 29,97
86,95 MB
15:46 min

enjoy
 

applefreak

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i recently added
- 2 (second & third) EpsonHX-20, an extra 16k ram pack

- NeXT turbo cube, 32 MB ram, 1350 MB 5.25" HD original
non-adb keyboard, mouse, monitor _ openstep 4.2
- NeXT turbo color station
adb keyboard, mouse, soundbox _ nextstep
- NeXT Lasewriter

all working fine
 
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apple2fan

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This IS serious, but where do you really keep all your apple's?
You have one of the best collection's I've ever seen!
What all is left that you need (besides prototypes) to complete your collection? Besides Bell & Howell's too.:D
 

Unknown_K

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Applefreak: Nice collection of machines, but where are all the Nubus and PDS add-on cards at? What about boxed software and manuals?
 
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