YetiSeti wrote:actually, for that kind of money, you could have bought this auction I found :
Rare Apple II from TV series Lost put on auction
By Dan Ackerman on Aug 18, 2010
http://asia.cnet.com/crave/rare-apple-i ... 112272.htm
I wonder what it sold for?
tezza wrote:Whew, getting close if not exceeding the price it was when brand new. Not taking into account inflation of course.
tezza wrote:Amazing price. . Is it possible that invester collectors are getting a little excited. Does this mean everyone will soon be dragging their Apple IIs out of the attics and putting them on eBay...which will lead to a glut and a typical boom and bust price scenario? Or do you think these prices will be cemented in and will stay?
Gibsaw wrote:tezza wrote:Whew, getting close if not exceeding the price it was when brand new. Not taking into account inflation of course.
Final Sale price US$5,145... Lord almighty .. I'm takin' a screen shot of that.
gavo wrote:My point? As usual I dont really have one, other than to say I cant ever see myself paying $5k for any Apple II, no matter how much I like them Of course, I also dont hold any malice for the people who sell them (or anything else) at that price - after all thats how our system works
WelshWizard wrote:not sure what the difference is to vary the price so much
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