1984 Apple Macintosh 128k Computer M0001 Keyboard, Mouse, 400k Disks and More For Sale

1984 Apple Macintosh 128k Computer M0001 Keyboard, Mouse, 400k Disks and More
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1984 Apple Macintosh 128k Computer M0001 Keyboard, Mouse, 400k Disks and More:
$1350.00

RARE 1984 Apple Macintosh 128k Computer Model M0001 with Keyboard, Mouse, Manuals, Boot Disks & More


This is an authentic, vintage, tested and working, Apple Macintosh 128k computer from 1984! Serial# F4445JMM0001 which makes it the 6413th computer manufactured during the 44th week of 1984 in Fremont, CA. Computer measures 9.6\"W x 10.9\"D x 13.6\"H and weighs 16.5lbs. Just turned 40 years old a couple weeks ago!


In addition to the 128k computer, it also includes the M0110 keyboard and the M0100 mouse and vinyl cover. Also has floppy boot disks, manuals and guided tour on cassette tape in a plastic storage case with Picasso graphic on the front. Software it comes with on 400k floppy disks; 1 Mac Write and 1 Mac Paint disk and various system disks. See pictures. The manuals included are \"Using Mac Write and Mac Paint\" and a \"MacIntosh manual\".


The computer powers on and boots up with a disc inserted. Needs help ejecting the disk and inserting it but will boot up when powered on. Floppy drive has been cleaned and re-greased but still having issues with ejecting so may need to be replaced soon. Keyboard and mouse work great. The plastic case is in very nice condition with very little yellowing and there are no cracks, chips or stains. See pictures for more details. The computer is over 40 years old so is not in perfect condition and will most likely need some refurbishing but is in working condition with the above caveats.


In great overall cosmetic condition. If case is removed it is rumored you will find the signatures of the whole team including Steve Jobs molded inside the case in the rear half of the computer! Pretty cool huh?! Let me know if you have any questions and thanks for looking!



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