Apple stock is just off its all-time high, but the market for old Apple computers has never been better.
On Friday, Sotheby's auction house sold a functioning Apple I computer -- the original Apple computer, hand-built in 1976 by Steve Wozniak.
Sotheby's was hoping to get between $120,000 and $180,000 for the extremely rare item. Instead, it sold for $374,500.
Back in 1976, you could have picked up one of these babies for $666.66.
According to Sotheby's, the computer is one of fewer than 50 Apple I computers to survive, and one of just six that are known to be in working condition.
A note in the Sotheby's catalog details how Wozniak and late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs presented the Apple I computer to the Homebrew Computer Club in 1976.