To be honest, I don't get why a Picasso would be worth the money they supposedly are.
Certainly don't see an Apple I being worth anything like the price they're asking, let alone a good long-term investment.
And, let's be honest, many of those bits AREN'T original, as stated, and some aren't anything to actually DO with the Apple at all.
While it works, sure it's a bit of history. But eventually it'll stop working and then it's just electronic junk with a serial number.
But then, to be honest, I don't get why a BRAND NEW Apple product is worth what people are willing to pay for it.