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    here's two pics from the lab at UCLA as requested. I'm new to the MP3car thing, and since i recently got the task of removing these guys I thought I'd extend the offer.
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    how much for shipping? 78250?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cejero View Post
    here's two pics from the lab at UCLA as requested. I'm new to the MP3car thing, and since i recently got the task of removing these guys I thought I'd extend the offer.
    Damn... that ooks exactly like one of the computer labs at UCSD...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolabarr View Post
    how much for shipping? 78250?
    Depends upon the final weight and where you are. I'm guessin the package would be about 50-60 lbs. Buyer pays shipping.

    Here's the stats on the systems (they're actually dual 867s, I was thinking they were dual 800s like my test machine but it's a Quicksilver not a Mirrored Drive Door):

    http://www.everymac.com/systems/appl...67_dp_mdd.html

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    You'll accept PayPal I take it as payment?

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    how much for just a tower?

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    Paypal I will setup if I need to

    And as for if im selling the tower separately.... I'm selling them as complete systems.

    And as i posted earlier, the going rate for these workstations is like $1000 for just the tower (due to RAM expansion, internal expansion, etc) so $600 for everything is really quite a steal

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    Quote Originally Posted by cejero View Post
    Paypal I will setup if I need to
    If not PayPal, what did you want to use?

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    How much for just an LCD panel?


    on a side note:


    1.5GB of older type slow RAM, and 180GB of total HD space and NO mention of an optical drive of any type....$1000 worth for $600?


    When you consider being able to pick up a brand new 17" Dual-Core iMac with alot more capabilities for the same $1000 you claim these workstations are worth, I dont think $1000 is even close to the "going rate"


    THESE are pretty old machines when you look at todays standards. And in Apple mac terms, they are worlds behind. I had the same exact machine @ 733Mhz dual processor, and it flew because of the dual processors, but todays dual cores do it faster, more efficiently, and when on a mac, give you the ability to run both OSX and Windows. A G4, wont ever do that.
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    I'm going based off of the value listed on everymac.com. Also searching thru eBay:

    http://search.ebay.com/search/search...atitle=Mac+MDD

    Shows systems (just the CPU in some cases) going for 800 to 1000. So i think that 600 for the entire setup is a good deal. Keep in mind they include upgraded RAM as well as hard drives.

    My guess is they keep their value due to the internal expansion they have available vs a Mac Mini.


    Quote Originally Posted by sdashiki View Post
    How much for just an LCD panel?


    on a side note:


    1.5GB of older type slow RAM, and 180GB of total HD space and NO mention of an optical drive of any type....$1000 worth for $600?


    When you consider being able to pick up a brand new 17" Dual-Core iMac with alot more capabilities for the same $1000 you claim these workstations are worth, I dont think $1000 is even close to the "going rate"


    THESE are pretty old machines when you look at todays standards. And in Apple mac terms, they are worlds behind. I had the same exact machine @ 733Mhz dual processor, and it flew because of the dual processors, but todays dual cores do it faster, more efficiently, and when on a mac, give you the ability to run both OSX and Windows. A G4, wont ever do that.

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