With a bit of work, you could probably manage to get data files off of the old Mac, but depending on what program you used to make them with, you may never find a program to open them on a PC.
Any of the hardware in that system is probably going to be specific to that system, so you may as well forget about using any of the hardware elsewhere.
Every Mac I've ever come across has been able to read PC formatted floppies, so that would probably be your best bet for sharing data. You'll have to buy/rent an external floppy drive for your laptop, then hope you can open the files on the PC.
Problem:I have an ancient Motorola StarMax 3000 Mac without internet connection.
It's special edition OS cannot be upgraded.
Now I have an internet-readyWindows XP notebook without floppy disc drive.
Question: How can I make use of anything from the old Mac? Data? Drive?