The MacMania Museum is not just a collection of web pages uploaded onto a server somewhere in cyber-space, but is actually based on my own Macintosh collection. Started in early 2002 with an SE/30, the collection now includes far more machines than is healthy (according to friends and family) and, while by no means complete, does constitute a good proportion of the 680X0 Macs released.
From easily found machines such as the IIci, through to some not quite so easily available machines, the MacMania Museum may not house the most complete collection of Macs ever formed but it keeps me busy and is almost always being added to, and while the focus is on the 680X0 machines, there's always room for just about any machine with an Apple logo on the front.
If you're new to the site, you'll find write-ups about all of the 680X0 Macs but those that are in the collection usually have a little extra section based on my own personal experience with the machine.
So here they are, the machines that make this site possible, and if you want to see what a big pile of Macs looks like in the real world, try looking at this, this and this.
Thumbnail View: This page is also available in 'thumbnail' version...and looks damn pretty if I do say so myself - click here to view it.