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Cheapest Mac You Can Find


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OK, just a little contest for you guys.

Try to find the cheapest Mac you can. This is tricky because if you get older, it gets cheaper, but there's a certain point where it gets more expensive because they're vintage models.

Rules:
- The Mac has to be working completely, with nothing wrong with it.
- The Mac can be either used or non-used
- It can either be a GUI Mac (Graphical User Interface) or a Macintosh Classic.
- You CAN'T find anything on eBay because that's bidding, so the price changes constantly. It MUST be a final price
- It doesn't have to include any accessories

Good luck to all! Let's end this contest in a month (October 26).




PS: I'm not really interested in purchasing an old Mac at all, this is just a little contest I designed because I'm bored. So please don't go suggesting Macs to me
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...- It can either be a GUI Mac (Graphical User Interface) or a Macintosh Classic....
Just for the record:
EVERY Macintosh has a GUI...that's what made it so special back in 1984, when it came out...the first personal computer with a GUI.

Non-GUI Apples are not Macintoshs, it were the Apple I (was sold as a mainboard without housing), the Apple II series (very popular back then) and the Apple III (not very popular)
Although I think that there was an Apple II model with GUI at some time...not sure though
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Ahh, thanks for the clarification. Didn't know that


PLEASE POST!!! JOIN THE CONTEST!! PLEASE!!!!
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