View Full Version : New(ish) iMac 400 DV for sale

12-04-2001, 11:39 PM
I bought a new iMac for an elderly couple this last winter along with a 777i epson printer. After taking it to their house and setting it up it got used twice. This is a new computer, not even a fingerprint on it. Still in warranty.

In the original boxes, also in California. Extra 128mb ram module (64 installed)
Blue Bondi

$500.00 plus shipping.

12-08-2001, 10:57 AM
Do you still have this machine? Thanks...Tony

12-08-2001, 01:13 PM
I took pictures of this mac and was preparing to put it on EBAY and just had a very busy work week, so, yes, I still have not sold this one.

I feel for the couple that bought it, they don't have the ability to touch it. I can't even get them to run it while I look over their shoulder, they force me to do all. Complete and total fear of the big blue box.

I forget to say, this is a 400mhz DV model. Rage pro graphics/24x cd/10gig ATA HD.

[This message has been edited by ricks (edited 08 December 2001).]

12-30-2001, 02:04 PM
Ricks, still for sale? I am going to look at the apple specs page to see what it is, you say it is bondi blue in color?

12-30-2001, 02:08 PM
according to apple it should be airport ready and have two firewire ports, sound right? is it the slot loading type and what about the keyboard, mouse, etc? Thanks for elaborating.

12-30-2001, 03:15 PM
Sorry, I finally got around to eBaying it. It brought in $700, unbelievable.
Thanks for the inquiery.


12-31-2001, 01:46 AM
Wow, you got $700 for that setup? Makes me want to consider selling my Indigo iMac (the same model you sold) that was given to me as a X-mas present last year that my brother bought as an open-box unit for $200.

12-31-2001, 02:47 AM
Actually $685, my friend was most pleased. I have had great luck lately selling macs. All went for good prices. I listed this one as:
iMac 400DV & Epson 777i printer both never used.
Was the second hottest bid imac of the weekend, over 40 bids. Interesting how many people emailed me trying to shortcut the auction and offer between $365 and $610 outside the auction. Never had that happen much before.

If you can use the html ad I made up your welcome to it. I'll email it to you.

Good luck.