Is this vintage Apple collection worth it?

Apple II+ - Working - includes floppy disk drive, Videx 80 column card Apple IIe - Working Apple IIc - Monitor working, not able to test computer, missing power adapter Apple IIGS - Working - includes floppy disk drive, mouse Apple III - Working - includes monitor - missing interface card for Profile hard... show more Apple II+ - Working - includes floppy disk drive, Videx 80 column card
Apple IIe - Working
Apple IIc - Monitor working, not able to test computer, missing power adapter
Apple IIGS - Working - includes floppy disk drive, mouse
Apple III - Working - includes monitor - missing interface card for Profile hard drive

Macintosh 128 - Powers up - sad Mac face
Macintosh XL - Working
Macintosh Portable - Was fully functional, unable to test due to dead battery
iMac - Bondi Blue - Working - no keyboard or mouse
Macintosh TV (Black) - Powers up but no display - includes manual, black mouse and keyboard
20th Anniv. Macintosh - Working, upgraded processor, original box
Macintosh G4 Cube - Working
iMac (floating monitor) - Working - Original box, speakers, etc.

NEXT Cube - Working - includes monitor, keyboard, mouse

This is being sold for $5800. I did my research and it doesn't seem like a bad deal. My question is will I be able to flip these products individually or chances are slim? This was part of a meuseum collection and the computers are in very good condition.
Update: I am trying to flip the computers individually, on ebay some of these are worth around $3k alone.
Update 2: Yea I'm sure you guys are right, if there was something worth in there a good 50k he wouldn't have been trying to sell in bulk. I'm sure it would be possible to MAYBE make a good 2-3k profit but for the investment and time spent it's probably not worth it.
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