Getting info off old Mac SCSI internal drive

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away I had a Mac Power PC (actually a Mac clone, back when such things existed). The power supply died, and I got a new Mac, but I saved the internal SCSI drive so that I might one day get the files off it.

Nowadays things have gone from scsi to usb, and I’m getting worried that it’ll never make it to my list of rainy day projects. Ideally it’d be nice to find some kind of USB to internal SCSI adapter such that I could just mount it like an external drive and copy all the info and then ditch it.

Or I suppose Clone Power PCs might eventually be cheap enough on ebay that I could just switch out the drive, although I’d still have to figure out some method of transfer. What are my best, easiest, and cheapest options?

Something like this?

The easiest and cheapest way to do this is to find someone (like me) who has an external SCSI enclosure, and keeps ancient machines around that have SCSI just for these situations. Check your local user group: User Groups - Apple