Mystery woman leaves 1976 Apple 1 computer worth $200,000 at California recycling center
Jun 01, 2015 · Steve Jobs, John Sculley, and Steve Wozniak unveil the later Apple IIc computer, April 24, 1984. (AP/Sal Veder) Mystery woman leaves 1976 Apple 1 computer worth $200,000 at California recycling center
Rare Apple 1 computer worth $200K left at California recycling center A mystery woman in California threw away a 1976 Apple 1 computer worth thousands of dollars.
Rare 1976 Apple computer worth $200,000 accidentally thrown away at recycling centre. The mystery owner of one of only 200 Apple 1 computers ever built is entitled to 50% of its value if she comes
Woman unknowingly throws a Rare 1976 Apple computer that fetched $200,000 June 1, 2015 by Lasya K Leave a Comment A mystery woman unknowingly threw a couple of old electronics in which a rare, 1976 first-generation Apple computer worth $200,000 is found by a recycling center in Silicon Valley.
A Silicon Valley recycling firm is trying to trace a woman who left behind a rare Apple-1 computer — valued around $200K — at their depot.
A recycling company in Milpitas is looking for a woman who cleaned out her garage and dropped off an Apple 1 vintage computer worth $200,000.
Mystery woman donates vintage Apple computer. Shelves of Clean Bay Area recycling center in Milpitas, California. to be a collectible item worth $200,000. The computer was inside boxes of
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May 31, 2015 · Old Apple computer worth $200,000 hidden in donation to recycling center An Apple 1 Computer from 1976 made by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak is shown in a file photo taken at an auction house
May 31, 2015 · Woman tosses $200,000 Apple 1 computer into recycling. her local recycling center (this is California enough money for one of these 1976 artifacts. Two years ago, an Apple 1 went to
A RECYCLING center in Silicon Valley is looking for a woman who dropped off an old Apple computer that turned out to be a collectible item worth $200,000. The computer was inside boxes of