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With only around 50 Apple I computers left of the 200-ish machines made, picking one up at auction tends to be an expensive business, examples typically selling for mid to high six-figures.

But if you’re handy with a soldering-iron, modder Ben Heck is putting together a three-part video tutorial showing you how to create your very own working replica – with part one currently online. You just have to resist the temptation to add cobwebs and hit the auction houses once it’s built …

Via Gizmodo

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