No, the MacBook is a solid, opaque, white plastic. Not all iBooks could do this, i beleive it was only up to the 700MHz G3 iBooks. You can however, use RIT dye, and dye the plastic the way you want it.
MacBook Pro, 2.2GHz SR Core 2 Duo, 120GB HD, 2GB RAM, PowerMac G5, DP 2GHz, 2GB RAM, 1x500GB HD, Sonnet Tempo X4P, 2TB RAID, ATI 9650 256MB.
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