I recently came into possession of a few first-generation (with the original Intel Core Duo) MacBooks, both black and white. They all had something or other wrong with them. Some wouldn't boot. On some, the displays didn't work. On others, they keyboard didn't work. Anybody that has ever inherited a set of older computers knows the story—"there's probably a couple of good working boxes in here if you could piece them together."
Well, my friend JD and I decided to actually go through with this and make it happen. Pretty soon it became apparent that a black keyboard was going to have to end up on a white shell. Thinking about it for a second, we realized this could actually turn out pretty cool looking. We decided to go for the full "Oreo" look and came up with a black top and bottom, with white on the inside, except for black keys. This basically involved grafting the white inside with the black outside, and then popping off each white key on the keyboard and replacing them with black keys.
This was a lot of work, but in the end I think it was worth it. It certainly is a unique looking MacBook. Some have commented that it looks like some PC laptops they've seen, but most people are really enamored with the look. Take a peek at the pictures below and decide for yourself!