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I thought I'd be able to find the answer to this on wikipedia. No luck. The best I can find so far is a pic of the original 128k mac:

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good candidate for community wiki... – quack quixote Oct 8 '09 at 0:08

This doesn't really answer your question, but check out Coconut Identity Card.

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i was about to vote you down, but it is at least mac-related... :) – quack quixote Oct 8 '09 at 0:07
"coconutIdentityCard is a small app that reads out where and when your Mac and your iPod were built by Apple." I'd say it's more closely related than you give me credit for. :) – wfaulk Oct 8 '09 at 4:05
Not really since it's not compatible with OS 9, which is still after they moved out of the USA. – Josh K Oct 9 '09 at 0:55

1980: Ireland

Don't miss the link to the next page at the bottom for more history.

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There's a pretty good history of the company on, but I don't think it deals with where they are made.

Another place to look at (it's an interesting read) would be

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