Eletronics Purge – For Sale

Big Ticket Items

Apple Mac Book Pro (A1278) – Intel Core 2 Duo – 8GB Memory – 500GB Drive (Seagate Monmentus) – MB990LL/A – MacBookPro5,5 – A1278 – 2326*

 

http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-lookup/?search_keywords=A1278

Bought in December 2009 – No Apple Care. Couple of scratches from wear and tear. Otherwise is good condition, and original box + cd’s and power adapter.

$1000 OBO.


The Garmin Running Package. (Brand New and Never Used.)

Garmin Forerunner 305 w/ Heart Rate Belt + $130
Garmin Foot Pod $50
DigiFit Connect iPhone Ant+ Dongle — $35


Random items.

PC133/100 Ram and Cobalt RaQ’s — http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/bnc/sys/2534795562.html

Nokia HF-510 – $40

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