The Mac web is full of celebrations over the Mac's 30th anniversary today, and popular do-it-yourself site iFixit is observing, too. They've collaborated with Cult of Mac and The Vintage Mac Museum to do a teardown on an original 128K Mac.

They're going full 1984 retro with this teardown, including a video sporting vintage-looking graphics (complete with VHS tracking effect) and iFixit's own Gwendolyn rockin' the side pony and jeans jacket.

I have to say that this video gave me flashbacks to the time I had to take apart my own Mac Plus to replace the flyback transformer. How about you? Ever have to tear apart a vintage Mac?