Build your own Macintosh and save a bundle

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Windcrest, 1992 - Computers - 353 pages
The definitive guide to assembling a Macintosh personal computer from inexpensive mail order parts. Contains illustrated instructions for building the Mac Classic, Mac portable, and new 68040-based machines (LC, IIsi, IIci, and Quadra 700). Readers also learn valuable tips for using System 7.

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