When Gregg contacted me this time, I made the effort to talk about the SCELBI, mainly because I think the story loses interest, if it's just about another Apple 1 that goes up for auction every 6 months. We all know that there are a lot of other interesting stories about vintage computers that should be told.
He did make a "mistake" - saying only 3 SCELBIs are known to exist. The truth is there are a few SCELBI 8 H's out there (I haven't bothered to count), but only 3 known SCELBI 8 Bs, none currently in operating condition. Never fear, a few people are working on getting a couple of 8Bs into working order..
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, corey986 <no_reply@...> wrote:
> Lots of quotable stuff here, especially....
> "The money being spent on Apple 1s hasn't trickled down to equally-worth antiques or shaken even older personal computers from attics"
> Which to me says all those guys dragging their old Apple IIc down from the attic putting it on eBay for a small fortune are in for a surprise