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Forget baseball cards, old iPods are selling for thousands of dollars on eBay

The market for old electronics products is a bit bizarre. While a brand new iMac might set you back about $1,200, trying to get your hands on an original Apple I might set you back as much as $365,000. Much like the market for cars, the most expensive consumer electronics products tend to be either brand new or dreadfully old. Undoubtedly, many people are willing to shell out top dollar in the interest of nostalgia. While original Apple I computers are nearly impossible to come by, you can still make a pretty penny if you happen to have a drawer somewhere filled with old iPods . Since Apple first entered the music player business nearly 15 years ago, the company has churned out about 25 different iPod models. And if you happen to have a few old iPods lying around, you might want to see if they’re worth anything. DON’T MISS:  These 3D models likely show us exactly what the iPhone 7 will look like According to a new report from The Guardian , old iPods are joining the ranks of baseball cards insofar that they’re fast becoming pricey collectibles on eBay. A factory-sealed third-generation iPod shuffle? $999.95. Mint condition fifth-generation

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