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[SOLD] '86 Model M 1390131, $30 OBO
« on: Fri, 25 May 2018, 18:50:04 »
IMB Model M 1984 Mechanical Keyboard- Untested








$30 OBO + $26.18 US shipping

It's quite dirty (see other photos in the listing—you'll want some Goo Gone and a nylon scraper, among other things), and some key caps are missing. But it includes the original black AT cable, and you won't find a lower price for a 1st-gen Model M anywhere on eBay.

(BTW, when sellers ask more than $18 to ship a keyboard you're interested in, you can contact them and ask if they'd be willing to send it in one of USPS's flat-rate Priority Mail "Board Game" boxes. They (the boxes, that is, not the sellers) can be shipped anywhere in the US for under $18, and the boxes themselves are free. Most sellers just don't know about it, are glad to do it and refund you the difference.)
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Re: '86 Model M 1390131, $30 OBO
« Reply #1 on: Fri, 25 May 2018, 20:27:16 »
Ugh. Couldn't have been three days earlier. :(

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Re: '86 Model M 1390131, $30 OBO
« Reply #2 on: Wed, 30 May 2018, 20:17:25 »
Ugh. Couldn't have been three days earlier. :(

What? You just bought another one?
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