Re: Correct me if I'm wrong...
- --- In email@example.com, corey986 <no_reply@...> wrote:
>I'm not aware that Grant chose green and white to "differentiate" his boards from original. My original MITS boards come in many colors of print and board - including white text on green like the board in discussion. Grant could have marked his boards to clearly identify them - he chose not to.
> I just took a look at your pics again...
> Is the MITS SIO 88-2 Rev 0 board real? It has a green conforming coat and white silkscreen. I thought the SIO 88-2 had no green coat and black silkscreen, or did MITS switch at some point but didn't change the Rev number. Could it be a Grant Stocky one built with older NOS parts? I know his version has a green coat and white silkscreen to differentiate it from original and to make assembly easier.
has a forum discussion where Grant posts links to some photos of his boards. One such photo link is:
..which has an image of his SIO replica. A Web search may find other images, in context where they are identified by origin.