tangor - 3:41 am on Nov 11, 2010 (gmt 0)
Was a nice machine... in some countries it would be a great machine. Meanwhile, you might get more benefit (tax write off) by donating it to your choice of charities, schools, etc.
There is a secondary consideration of using it as an archival machine, ie. able to run legacy programs in original mode. This works perfect while the machine can be accessed by new(er) technology. I still maintain a 286, 386 and 486 for work that is NOT internet related and I have neither time nor desire to port code for those systems forward (nor do I see that bit of biz lasting much longer, but has lasted longer than I thought it might).
There comes a time when older kit can't be upgraded. That's when you get rid of it. Or use it until it dies.