You know what, I think it was a good buy too but somehow I am slightly less enthused with the prospect of having to find a place for it also. I'M OUT OF ROOM !!! My main museum room reaches the ceiling on all four sides now, and to my chagrin the room only has four sides.
There's been quite a few (I think several) of these computers sell in the last couple of years and I wouldn't be surprised if there's a few more boxed ones to be found given it's one of the more recent in production of computers that fit the vintage category. I've paid around $115+post for an unboxed one off trademe when there weren't too many of them turning up and it had undescribed cracks in the hinge mechanism which make it pretty rickety to open up.
I don't know if I'd call it a classic computer. The shape is pretty unique and a great looking (I'm not saying practical) design. What is your definition of "classic" ? (you probably say on your site somewhere if I have another look). Sounds like another subjective term like the "what is a vintage computer" debated on another thread.