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PowerBook - Hard drive for powerbook 180?


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Hey, a while back I bought a vintage PowerBook 180 off of my friend for a dollar, and it seems to work fairly well except for the fact that its hard drive is dead. Right now it's collecting dust in my closet. Does anyone know where I can get another hard drive for it?

I've tried ebay with almost no results.

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