Beige or Platinum
The Plus was the third model in the Macintosh family and the first to include a SCSI port. Apple Model #M0001A. It sports a 9" black and white monitor, an 8 MHz 68000 processor, has 1 MB of RAM - expandable to 4, and has an 800k 3.5" floppy disk drive. Operating Systems supported - 1.1 to 7.5.5. Retail price was $2600 and was sold from 1986 to 1990. The Plus was the last Mac to use a RJ-11 connector for the keyboard cable and a DE-9 pin mouse - both went to ADB in later models.
There are 3 different kinds of Plus in stock. Those with no Macintosh Plus badge on the front (last photo) started life as a 128K or 512K and were factory updated to a Plus by Apple which included a new back housing with the Macintosh Plus 1MB label. The first actual Plus is beige and later came out in Platinum. Both say Macintosh Plus on the front.
Keyboard, keyboard cable, and mouse are not included, but available here. These will ship with System 6.0.8 disks and a power cable.
There are several available, all may have minor scuffs, scratches, light areas from former stickers, etc. All have been cleaned and initial test results below. A couple of the different labels are shown for illustration only.
Choose from the following:
Beige, NO name on front, 1MB. Boots, ejects. Nice! Small bit of corrosion on bottom tab in battery compartment
Beige, NO name on front, 1MB. Boots, ejects. Stencil paint & property tag on back, scuffs
Beige, NO name on front, 1MB. Boots, ejects. Sm dent by screen, dim display
Beige, name on front, 1MB. Boots, ejects
Beige, name on front, 4MB. Boots and ejects. Scratches on one side
F) NO SN as it is under the swivel base
Beige, name on front, 1MB. Boots and ejects. Velcro on side. Maccessories Swivel base
Platinum, 4 MB, Boots & ejects, nice! Scuffs
Platinum, 2MB, Boots & ejects, nice! Scrapes on l side
Platinum, 2MB, Boots & ejects, nice!
Platinum, 4MB. Boots and ejects. Minor scuffs, sm nick on top front corner.
Note that while the Plus doesn't seem to be affected as much as other models, all 68xxx (pre PowerPC) logic boards have been, are, or will be soon experiencing capacitors leaking. Apple Rescue of Denver does not currently offer board level repairs. Exterior cleaning, testing and swapping components, such as floppy drives or hard drives, if needed, is all that is performed prior to being made available. If the case has needed to be opened and the capacitor problem is noticeable at that time, it will be indicated in the description. The computers listed for sale boot and run. Unless otherwise indicated, no other repairs have been performed. It is always possible that board levels repairs have been done prior to coming into inventory. WARRANTY on these Macs is limited to working when you have received it only.