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Looking for a broken/for-parts Mac Pro


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Hello! I am wondering if anyone is selling a broken or for-parts Mac Pro. I am building my own gaming PC and I thought it would be cool to build it in a Mac enclosure. Any combination of broken/missing hardware is fine because, as I have already said, I am only using it for the enclosure. So really, the less hardware the better. Also, please don't tell me "Impossible!" or anything like that because I have built my own enclosures and can surely modify one to fit PC hardware if necessary. Thanks!
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Check eBay...lots of them on sale there. You can also use a Powermac G5 enclosure (almost identical to a Mac Pro enclosure).

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