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Apple Macintosh 128k carry case tote bag
Item #1227177673
Computers:Apple, Macintosh:Vintage

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Currently $122.50 First bid $4.99
Quantity 1 # of bids 16 bid history
Time left Auction has ended. Location Bowling Green, OH
  Country/Region USA/Detroit
Started Apr-02-01 14:43:36 PDT envelope mail this auction to a friend
Ends Apr-07-01 14:43:36 PDT [Gift Alert] request a gift alert
Seller (Rating) dmcook (29) star
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High bid luke01-99 (41) star
Payment Money Order/Cashiers Checks
Shipping Buyer pays fixed shipping charges, Will ship to United States only
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Seller assumes all responsibility for listing this item. You should contact the seller to resolve any questions before bidding. Auction currency is U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise noted.

This rare vintage Macintosh 128k carry case has the Apple logo stitched onto the front of the bag and the red Macintosh tag still attached to the shoulder strap. Originally released for the 128k, this tote will carry any compact Macintosh (128k, 512k, Classic, SE, et al).

The bag is tan-colored, and is clean with no visible markings or stains. The zipper works, and the snaps on the carry handle also work. All four feet are present and accounted for. Overall, this tote bag is in excellent condition.

(Macintosh not included.)

The Fine Print:
Item sold as-is. Buyer pays $5 shipping and handling. Continental U.S. Only. Payment by money order will ship the next business day; personal checks will be held for ten business days. Seller reserves the right to refuse bidders with overall negative feedback ratings or bidders with any negative feedback posted within the past few weeks. Good luck!

On Apr-04-01 at 17:20:46 PDT, seller added the following information:

International Bidders: Due to high response from bidders outside the U.S., I will accept and honor international bids. Please be advised that the charge for shipping will be higher than the rate listed above. In addition, I will require payment in U.S. funds--International Money Orders preferred.

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