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iMac - how much my imac worth


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Hi to all folks

well first let me tell you all that i bought this imac by mistake. i placed a bid and later i won it but i am not a mac user so i want to sell it but not sure how much it worth. please read the specs and tell me your suggestions:

imac 450 dv indigo
1 GIG RAM
20 GIG hard drive
DVD drive
Mac OS 9 classic version with original CD
iMovie CD
System restore CD
new keyboard
new mouse
with 1 year warranty
Totally new, fresh out of the box. no scratch
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not much
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Where is the warranty from ?

Check ebay and see what the going rate for G3 iMacs are. I would guess a few hundred bucks..
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Like powermacj7 says, that warranty sure isn't handled by Apple, that's for sure. That iMac G3 was released in 2000...
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it is worth $200-$300. you probably wont get more than $250 though

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That is a very old computer. It is maybe worth $50. You say it is new? It might have been worth a lot if it was truely new but now that it is open it's not worth more than that.


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I don't think it's worth anything like $200-300; it might be because it has a gig of RAM, but if you do a completed listings search on ebay almost all of those machines go for under $50.

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Its worth around $50 to maybe $75... and that is only because of the new keyboard, mouse and upgraded RAM.

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Check this URL on Ebay.

http://search.ebay.com/search/search...trypage=search
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I bought my DV 500MHZ (Graphite) for $45 that included (discs) Mac OS X 10.2, 10.3, and 10.4 + FCP3+KB & mouse...

So it being 450mhz I'd go $40...(fairly)

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Give ya $10 for it
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