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jsarchibald
1st February 2014, 01:37 PM
Hi all,

I haven't really seen a 128K mac auction run its course recently, apart from the one that wasn't working that went for $355.

I have a few 128K's, and just bought a Mac Plus that came with the original mac packaging, so now I can put them all together and have a boxed original 128K mac (serial numbers will not actually match, of course).

Just wanted to know how much a working 128K would fetch, and one in the box? I have no intention of selling them, but it's always nice to know so I can convince SWMBO that they are an 'investment'.

Any general discussion around the 128K is also welcomed, as it is one of my favourites (simple, elegant, hard to find, and obsolete within the first year it came out - just like me).

leon
1st February 2014, 02:18 PM
Box adds nothing as it isn't original. The money is all matching serials.

Good nick 128k that's not too yellow with keyboard and mouse around $800.

tkc8800
1st February 2014, 02:26 PM
Yeah, I saw the one on ebay that went for $355. A couple of years ago I saw a 240v working model go for that price. I'd say these days a working 240v Mac 128k would go for around $500. Condition and accessories are a big factor. If you say the box is from a Plus I don't really think that will add much to the value, an original box maybe.

Hey, have you seen my 400k disk archive, much of this software shoud work on a 128k:

tkc8800.com | Macintosh 128k - 512k disk images (http://tkc8800.com/page/Macintosh-128k-512k-disk-images)

jsarchibald
1st February 2014, 02:33 PM
No, the box is the original Picasso box, including the keyboard, mouse, and accessories boxes, with foam inserts, as well as system disks and manuals. It was being sold with a Mac Plus, not sure why, but I was after the goodies.

Leon, I get your gist, but surely a 128K in a Picasso box with all packaging is worth more than one without?

Thanks for the disk archive, have bookmarked for later use!

tkc8800
1st February 2014, 02:42 PM
Sorry misunderstood when you said it was sold with a Plus. If the box is original it would definitely add value.

jsarchibald
1st February 2014, 02:53 PM
Yep, paid through the nose for the Plus as others realised what it was too. On the Plus side (see what I did there?), it wasn't obvious it came with the Picasso box unless you went through the pics. The gallery picture only showed the Plus, so it could have gone a lot higher. That said, I'm still smarting from the price tag.

Not sure how it happened, but I can imagine back in the day someone saying, "I need to post this Mac, got a spare box?", and this one was given to them. Who would have thought keeping the packaging would be so lucrative?

leon
1st February 2014, 04:00 PM
Your post read as you are selling a 128k with a plus box.

If its a 128k box then likely around $1000. Values have come down since Steve died and they all went crazy.

You just have to find someone who wants to spend that amount.

tim
1st February 2014, 04:04 PM
Funny, I messaged the seller and told him what he had and suggested a few more box photos. (Plus for $490)

He replied that was fine as he had lots of other Mac stuff and didn't care!

Plus $90, Box it came in $400!

jsarchibald
1st February 2014, 04:20 PM
I don't have any intention of selling it, I just like to know how much they are worth and I am naturally curious.

Good to know I made a decent investment in it. At least if I hit skid row, I have a backup plan! ;)

jsarchibald
1st February 2014, 04:33 PM
Was there something about this auction that made it go for that much?

1984 Apple Macintosh 128K M0001 With Imagewriter Printer AND IT Still Works | eBay (http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/281251556965?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649)

tkc8800
1st February 2014, 04:49 PM
Was there something about this auction that made it go for that much?

1984 Apple Macintosh 128K M0001 With Imagewriter Printer AND IT Still Works | eBay (http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/281251556965?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649)

Reading through that listing, I think that guy got a really good price. I've seen "buy it now" listings with better machines. Most I see go for around the $600 U.S mark.

macman142
3rd February 2014, 11:43 AM
I saw that Mac Plus on ebay, with the 128k box and accessories. Glad you got it.

As for 'value' it should add another 50% on the 'normal' price for a good 128k, IMO.

I've never been keen on trying to store big Apple boxes. iPod boxes and such, yes. But I wouldn't be interested in paying extra for a box I wasn't really fussed about and had to try and safely store/protect.

But yes, a 128k with box (although not matching serials) will certainly appeal to the higher-end cashed up collector.

Well done :D

jsarchibald
3rd February 2014, 01:25 PM
I'm just hoping it isn't a 512k box now that I think about it...

jsarchibald
25th February 2014, 03:11 PM
Well, got the box and it is indeed a 1984 Original Macintosh box.

I am all about backstory, and this one did not disappoint. The box was shipped to a distributor in New Zealand, where it went to a David Morseth in the Anatomy Dept of Otago University. The Mac would have been a 42nd week of 1984, same as the one I'll be putting it in. It has a hand-written address on the top, of a K R Morseth in Kew, Victoria. The Mac Plus inside had a LaTrobe University sticker and asset number, so I am guessing that the box and 128K was sent to Australia, with the Plus coming along later from the new uni.

Opening the box, all of the polystyrene was in great condition, and after hosing it off, and wiping down all surfaces of the box, it has come up well. The box has seen it's fair share of wear, but it is there and in one piece, so that's something. Combined with my 128K, I now have a complete 128K including keyboard in box, mouse in box, and Picasso box with 6 disks, interrupt switch, tape, and space for the power cord.

All I am missing now are the stickers, power cord box, and DL leaflet that came with the box. Apart from that, it is fully complete. If you've got any of these, please let me know!

I loved boxed items, but wouldn't want too many.

PS - The Mac Plus was in great condition, with very minimal use. It cleaned up very well, and is a solid little unit. Still had the original battery but no leakage, and after cleaning the floppy drive, it is as new.

macman142
25th February 2014, 05:20 PM
What style/colour power cord is original to a 128k...? Do you know? I've seen a few different "early looking" cords. As far as I know, the right-angled Apple badged ones came with the Apple printers and the 128k, 512k, Plus all had "plain" power cords...? Any idea?

Hey, have you got a boxed iMac G3...? Maybe I can tempt you with one :D It's Graphite...?

Oldmacs
25th February 2014, 05:44 PM
Not to derail or anything... but what do these plain cords look like? I believe I have the original for my Plus... but I'm not sure :P

jsarchibald
25th February 2014, 05:53 PM
I think the cord is a 90 degree right angle cord, but it's mainly the box it comes in, inside the Picasso tray, that I'm chasing.

Sorry Dave, I'm more into the earlier machines, but I would be interested in your Mac TV :P

macman142
26th February 2014, 12:51 PM
Oldmacs - I think the original cord would just be a beige or light brown, really 80's looking oldschool power cord. I don't think they were specifically Apple logo'd. But I'm happy to be told otherwise if anyone has an original boxed Mac 128/512/Plus and can confirm.

jsarchibald - I don't actually own anything original to either of my 128k's, other than the audio cassette and an original boot floppy. No manuals or Picasso packaging. Also, thanks for your interest in the Macintosh TV, but I know I'll NEVER get another one. I scored it for $200 and then $250 for freight from the US so I just managed to get it before all the prices seem to go crazy (for Mac TV's and for US->AU post). Just scraped in getting my TAM into AU as well, don't think it could be easily done much under $1,000 now!

macman142
26th February 2014, 12:53 PM
And as much as I want your platinum 512k M0001ED, I wouldn't swap the Mac TV :D

Oldmacs
26th February 2014, 01:14 PM
My cord is a beige CMA brand (I think) cord, it has Apple branding on the 3 pin connector that plugs into the actual computer....

I'm looking for it to take a picture :P

jsarchibald
26th February 2014, 02:19 PM
Who said anything about swapping for the ED? ;)

I think I'll just have to make do with what I have, missing those items is no big deal. Once I've got it all together, I may have to do an 'unboxing'. I am trying to get some of the stickers, the leaflet I'm not too worried about, but that power cord box sure would be nice.

I think a Mac TV is the last 'oddball' Mac I don't yet have, would be nice to get one someday. For now, I'll just keep getting as many of mine working as possible, and let all of the surplus go. I've only been putting it off since Easter 2011...

Oldmacs
26th February 2014, 03:16 PM
If you ever want to get rid of an SE, a Classic, or early PowerMacs .... Let me know :)

retrosb
26th February 2014, 08:27 PM
The right angled power cord came in a few shades of beige but if anyone's curious I took a couple of photos of an Australian cord on a 128k. This one is pretty close to the original color, you can see a patch on the far end of the 128k where a mouse adapter resided and the original color is behind. I took close ups of all the identification numbers for anyones' interest:

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7308/12789898995_42c135294d_z.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/66195499@N07/12789898995/)
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Oldmacs
26th February 2014, 08:35 PM
Thats the exact one I have :)

So I would be correct in assuming this would be the original Macintosh Plus (AU) cord?

jsarchibald
26th February 2014, 09:53 PM
Hmmm out of all the cords I have, I don't have one of those. Just finished packing up the 128K into the box, looks great.

Oldmacs
26th February 2014, 10:35 PM
Would you be willing to post photos of your other original apple cords?

tim
27th February 2014, 07:39 AM
I know just the box for the 128 can sell for $500....

A Mac Box Worth Weight in Gold (http://www.wired.com/gadgets/mac/commentary/cultofmac/2002/03/51208)

jsarchibald
27th February 2014, 07:49 AM
And that was 12 years ago, and in the US. Hmmm, suppose I did alright to get what I got plus a Mac Plus! Once I sell that, the box will have ended up costing me around $350 or so.

I think if the seller had made a big deal about what he had, I wouldn't be owning it right now. My max bid was almost tapped out, so I was lucky in that regard. Sure is nice to pack away all of the bits and pieces into one box, a complete unit apart from a couple of minor additions. All the major stuff is there, so I'm very happy.

tim
27th February 2014, 08:02 AM
You know you will have to provide pictures soon...

jsarchibald
27th February 2014, 09:23 AM
I suppose I'll do the 'great unboxing'. Ironic considering I finally put all of the pieces together and boxed it last night.

The box has definitely seen better days, and has fading, but it's all there, which is surprising after 30 years. I guess for a person who appreciates boxed items, you can't really go past the original.

My collection has been cost neutral so far, so I really can't complain at this stage of the game.

I see you have a 128K for sale, what other goodies are you not telling us about?!

macman142
27th February 2014, 12:54 PM
Yeah Tim, what else?!?!?! *grabs pitch fork and/or flaming sticks*

I've got a few of those power cords, always assumed they were original to the Apple printers and for some reason thought the Macs had more generic ones - doesn't make sense though really.

I see your "Macintosh" is a US model, did you import it and convert to 240v? The only 120v Mac I have is my Performa 200, even my Macintosh TV is 120-250v. Stuck a label over the power socket on the P200 in fear of plugging it in one day without thinking. Should really just change the analogue board...!

Does your Macintosh (or anyone else reading) have a RED battery compartment? Some do, some don't. Mine does. Weird. My "Macintosh 128k" just has a regular black battery compartment.

That's as far off-track as I think I'll take this thread :D

jsarchibald
27th February 2014, 01:37 PM
Well, if you have a spare cord, shotgun!

The two original macs I've got have the red compartment, the 128Ks have black. Must have been an early thing.

Try a converter, that's how I use 110V machines.

macman142
27th February 2014, 02:30 PM
Hmmm well SHOTGUN ANYTHING SPARE you have too!!! Hahaha touché.

I need to do a sort-out of all my cables, power and otherwise. I have a trunk full as well as two tubs out in the shed and another tub in the study... (how embarrassing, such a hoarder).

Interesting to know your two originals have the red too. I think you're right, must just be an 'early' thing. I wonder what production dates all ours are? Might check if/when I remember. My original Mac is upgraded to 512k, my 128k is original (just for interest sake).

retrosb
27th February 2014, 03:02 PM
I see your "Macintosh" is a US model, did you import it and convert to 240v? The only 120v Mac I have is my Performa 200, even my Macintosh TV is 120-250v. Stuck a label over the power socket on the P200 in fear of plugging it in one day without thinking. Should really just change the analogue board...!

Does your Macintosh (or anyone else reading) have a RED battery compartment? Some do, some don't. Mine does. Weird. My "Macintosh 128k" just has a regular black battery compartment.

That's as far off-track as I think I'll take this thread :D

I take it you're taking about my one? It's stock and still 120v. I use a step down transformer on the odd occasion I do fire it up. I leave the US plug plugged in so I don't have a brain-fart and plug it into 240v lol! Picked it up for a ridiculously cheap buy it now price because it booted to a sad mac, and paid 10x as much in shipping it over. In the end it was just one bad ram chip which was replaced with a matching model/part chip. These early macs were a dream for bad memory fault diagnosis. The error code had the grid reference to the bad chip :D

It's a black battery compartment though I have seen the red one on some 512k machines and some 512k upgraded to plus machines also. The unit date code is the 42nd week of 84 so mid October. It would have been in the last production runs of the original 128k before they changed the name badge to distinguish the 128k and 512k models.

I do have plenty of other Apple "logo" power cables, the grey straight ones were for the IIe line, there was a beige/off white straight for the IIc its all a bit of a mish mash I guess the only real way of identifying the exact part number for what machine is if anyone has packing lists for each model. Maybe i'll go on a hunt for some packing lists later today hmmmm..

jsarchibald
27th February 2014, 03:30 PM
Well, here's the weird part. My other original mac has the correct label and badge for an original mac, but the serial number is for the 36th week of 1985. This would have been a 128K badged machine, or so you would think, but the plastics are evenly coloured between bucket and front bezel, and it has a red battery compartment. I would think someone has swapped a badge, but the red compartment confuses me. It didn't appear to have been tampered with since it left the factory, so I'm confused.

Anyway, my boxed one is a 37th week of 1984, and is loving its new home.

macman142
27th February 2014, 03:37 PM
Probably just Apple using up surplus stock of remaining parts at the end of a model change-over like Ford did!

Bloody hell, there's three Macintosh TV's on ebay US, none under $1000! That's insane! One of them is actually the seller I purchased mine from.

retrosb
27th February 2014, 03:45 PM
Well, here's the weird part. My other original mac has the correct label and badge for an original mac, but the serial number is for the 36th week of 1985. This would have been a 128K badged machine, or so you would think, but the plastics are evenly coloured between bucket and front bezel, and it has a red battery compartment. I would think someone has swapped a badge, but the red compartment confuses me. It didn't appear to have been tampered with since it left the factory, so I'm confused.

Anyway, my boxed one is a 37th week of 1984, and is loving its new home.

Where was it made? Perhaps that could have the answer:

F: Fremont, California, USA
CK or C: Cork, Ireland
SG or E: Singapore
FC: Fountain, Colorado, USA

jsarchibald
27th February 2014, 04:53 PM
All Fremont, odd.

LCGuy
27th February 2014, 06:00 PM
I think Fremont was the only factory they had back then...

jsarchibald
27th February 2014, 07:42 PM
Just saw dantheapplemacman listed a boxed original Mac, don't really want to show pics after seeing how pristine his is!

tim
6th April 2014, 06:56 PM
For JS and Macman...

Picasso box
http://i1173.photobucket.com/albums/r581/timdamm/IMG_0268_zps5d76b6e8.jpg (http://s1173.photobucket.com/user/timdamm/media/IMG_0268_zps5d76b6e8.jpg.html)

And some more crap...
http://i1173.photobucket.com/albums/r581/timdamm/IMG_0266_zpse75512d6.jpg (http://s1173.photobucket.com/user/timdamm/media/IMG_0266_zpse75512d6.jpg.html)

This was after I got around to pulling stuff out today to look for something, before I gave up.

If it makes JS feel any better, I found out a couple weeks ago that one of the kids used the foam inserts from my 128 for a school project last year... Grrr

jsarchibald
6th April 2014, 10:39 PM
Tim! So sorry to hear about the foam!

Is that your Picasso box, and is it perchance for sale? Tantalizingly close to a complete set...

tim
7th April 2014, 05:53 AM
Yes but sorry, no sale. Need it to keep my mac company.

They do show up on fleabay if you keep an eye out.

I thought I sorted this out after the last episode with my HP calculator box but apparently not.

Why don't my family value the junk I collect?

jsarchibald
7th April 2014, 07:37 AM
No problem, if you change your mind, you know where I am. I must have OCD to care about some stickers and a power cord box!

Byrd
7th April 2014, 08:16 AM
Nice Mac room tim - I could camp out in that for a few days and keep entertained :D

Oldmacs
7th April 2014, 08:44 AM
^^ I could spend some quality time in there :D

tim
7th April 2014, 05:59 PM
Can be fun to have a dig through. At least the room stays dry, dark and cool so longer term storage is ok.

Would be nice to confine everything to one room eventually.

There are a few around here that have a lot more stuff though!

jsarchibald
7th April 2014, 07:27 PM
Well, if you ever think about offloading a Lisa/XL or an Apple ][, hook a brother up ;)

Byrd
7th April 2014, 09:27 PM
Can be fun to have a dig through. At least the room stays dry, dark and cool so longer term storage is ok.


Out of interest, what makes the room so good - what sort of room is it? I'm currently building a garage to house cars + Macs, and concerned about long-term storage. It'll be dark and dry but uninsulated - in comparison under my house it's dark/dry/and warm. Not sure where the best place will be for my haul.

jsarchibald
7th April 2014, 09:43 PM
Byrd, I'd be inclined to spend a bit extra to get it insulated and finished properly. Well worth it in the long run.

Byrd
7th April 2014, 10:22 PM
The position from the builder is that it's not worth insulating this garage - considering the brick walls are not insulated, it will be a waste of money. I'm going to see how it goes without, and if not I can always put some in myself. It's in direct sun most of the day too.

I'll post pics up soon once it looks a little more complete.

tim
8th April 2014, 12:11 PM
Out of interest, what makes the room so good - what sort of room is it? I'm currently building a garage to house cars + Macs, and concerned about long-term storage. It'll be dark and dry but uninsulated - in comparison under my house it's dark/dry/and warm. Not sure where the best place will be for my haul.

The room is well insulated as it's downstairs inside the house. Seems to stay same temp all the time too with little humidity as the door is almost always shut.

I saw a collection that was kept in a storage area with no insulation and not well sealed in Sydney a while ago and everything was corroding.

macman142
8th April 2014, 01:22 PM
I like the photo of the storage area. Lots of treasure to drool over. Looks like an emphasis on Apple (early stuff) over Macintosh stuff? Certainly a good line-up of Apple ]['s and Lisa's.

Nice to have a storage area dedicated like that, and indoors too. I have very little in the shed in the way of machines (mainly parts and broken stuff). Dusty insides are spoilt by a bit of moisture, dry is important as well as keeping things from getting cooked in the heat of a shed...

tim
14th April 2014, 02:32 PM
I like the photo of the storage area. Lots of treasure to drool over. Looks like an emphasis on Apple (early stuff) over Macintosh stuff?

Still plenty of Macintosh stuff in there...

http://i1173.photobucket.com/albums/r581/timdamm/IMG_0949_zpsd119af5d.jpg (http://s1173.photobucket.com/user/timdamm/media/IMG_0949_zpsd119af5d.jpg.html)

jsarchibald
14th April 2014, 02:39 PM
No wonder you are not worried about selling them off! I like the differing shades of yellow...

I had 41 compacts, and by swapping parts back and forth, I was able to get 22 out of 41 fully operational. I am thinking this could be 23, just need to have a go at my 2 Colour Classics. These were stored rough in a barracks exposed to the elements, so I'm sure you'll have a much better success rate.

I'm just thinking about the amount of re-capping you have ahead on those Classics - blech!

tim
14th April 2014, 04:00 PM
No wonder you are not worried about selling them off! I like the differing shades of yellow...
I'm just thinking about the amount of re-capping you have ahead on those Classics - blech!

Actually recapping is just all good fun! As for the yellowing- auto white balance doesn't always work- they aren't that bad.

Oldmacs
14th April 2014, 04:10 PM
Still plenty of Macintosh stuff in there...

http://i1173.photobucket.com/albums/r581/timdamm/IMG_0949_zpsd119af5d.jpg (http://s1173.photobucket.com/user/timdamm/media/IMG_0949_zpsd119af5d.jpg.html)

So this is why I've had a hard time finding an affordable classic or SE.... they're all at your place :P ;)

jsarchibald
14th April 2014, 04:21 PM
Planning on the ol Retrobrite to smarten up my collection, will be very interested to see what they look like.

Byrd
14th April 2014, 05:24 PM
js - 41 compacts into 22 - that's pretty good, and you must have the patience of a saint! Compacts are so annoying to work on and test - I once bought about ten SEs from a bloke in the bush - they were stored in a shipping container outdoors - and got so fed up with taking the (rusty) machines apart, testing them, rebuliding them - for not much coin in the end.

I'm wary of Retrobrite - it works well, but it appears the plastic yellows at a much quicker rate (goes back in ~ 2 - 3 years). Then if you repeat the process again and again - surely it will degrade the plastic over time?

JB

tim
14th April 2014, 06:53 PM
I'm wary of Retrobrite - it works well, but it appears the plastic yellows at a much quicker rate (goes back in ~ 2 - 3 years). Then if you repeat the process again and again - surely it will degrade the plastic over time?

I agree- I think retrobrite can be good in smaller items (keyboard surrounds and mice) but I would not attempt it again for larger ones in a hurry. From what I have read, the yellowing seems to return after a couple years, no matter how the item is stored.

jsarchibald
14th April 2014, 10:39 PM
I set up a test rig for the 128K through to Mac Plus, and tested all of the logic boards, and all of the floppy drives. Once done, I got the nicest cases mated to working screens and analog boards, and ended up with a nice little haul. Amazing what you can do in a few months with one on the way.

Then I got to the SEs, and I longed for the simplicity of the earlier models. PSU and HDD just make things that much harder. So glad they are done.

Might just do the retrobrite for the working units I'll sell?

Oldmacs
14th April 2014, 10:42 PM
Are you going to sell any Se's? I've been wanting to buy one for a while now :)

Byrd
15th April 2014, 05:02 PM
Might just do the retrobrite for the working units I'll sell?

I don't know - they will come up well with Retrobrighting no doubt, but the average eBay knuckle dragger will probably not care for all the work you put in, or assume something is wrong.

I'd keep the best casings for yourself, sell the next best ones (that have been scrubbed with soap/water/Magic Eraser away the scuffs), and the most yellowed just sell in one big lot. I've found of the compacts I've sold, for all the hours put in, you don't get too much from the sale. Only SE/30s sell well, Color Classics are hit and miss. Plus/SE/Classics expect < $100, more if they have some peripherals.

JB

jsarchibald
16th April 2014, 02:08 PM
I might try retrobrite on the cases I wouldn't be able to sell for much to try to bring the price up, but generally I just want to get as much as I can for each machine to afford a holiday next year for my family.

Oldmacs, I can't afford to let them go too cheaply, so probs out of your price range.

Oldmacs
16th April 2014, 05:38 PM
Probably :p

One day I'll find one!

neoxide
17th April 2014, 02:11 PM
Just on a similar topic to the original post... how much is a 512k (not e) worth in working condition? I have a few that are cosmetically pretty good, but could use some retrobrite (not too sure about the disk drives either). One of them I found a carry case for as well.

tim
17th April 2014, 05:23 PM
Keyboard, mouse, working with boot disk- $200

tim
20th April 2014, 12:02 PM
Are you going to sell any Se's? I've been wanting to buy one for a while now :)

I found a few for you..

Huge Lot Over 50 Vintage Apple Macintosh Computers Plus SE Classic II 128K | eBay (http://www.ebay.com/itm/HUGE-LOT-OVER-50-VINTAGE-APPLE-MACINTOSH-COMPUTERS-PLUS-SE-CLASSIC-II-128k/161277808226?_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851&_trkparms=aid%3D222003%26algo%3DSIC.FIT%26ao%3D1%2 6asc%3D22468%26meid%3D6326933472237427978%26pid%3D 100005%26prg%3D9735%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D6%26sd%3D2614 49919931&rt=nc)