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powermac 7600 PRICE???????

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I got an offer for a powermac 7600,
1710 appel monitor, jaz and a colorwriter2500. How much is it worth????
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Well, it is worth used about:
PMac 7600: $1000-1300 depending on config
1710 Monitor: $600
Jaz: $350
CSW2500: $200

So, you are looking at about $2000-2500 worth of hardware.

I hope this answers your questions.
-Curtis
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Thank you wery much.
I got it for 2450$
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