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Nice little find- Apples

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  • us21090
    I picked up a nice little find from another Maryland freecycler (not the XT clone guy). The stash includes an Apple II+, a couple IIe s with lotsa accessories
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 1, 2007
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      I picked up a nice little find from another Maryland freecycler (not
      the XT clone guy).

      The stash includes an Apple II+, a couple IIe's with lotsa accessories
      like serial cards, separate keypads, koala touchpad, switch-a-slot,
      printer, floppy drives, harddrive, other add-on cards I haven't
      inventoried yet and a couple monitors (one Apple, one is a switchable
      dual input Commodore 1702 monitor with audio). Also software like
      DOS, GEOS, Pascal and Fortran compilers, games and more. Five boxes
      of it all.

      I thought it'd be fun to get the one system going with as many fun
      options as possible. I'm leaning toward focusing on the II+.

      I'm not a collector of much, just a piece or three. But I kinda like
      the 6502 theme now, since I already have a Kim-1 and an Apple 1
      reproduction.

      Scott
    • Jim Scheef
      Scott, Very nice! Jim ... From: us21090 To: midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com Sent: Monday, April 2, 2007 12:56:51 AM Subject:
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 2, 2007
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        Scott,

        Very nice!

        Jim

        ----- Original Message ----
        From: us21090 <us21090@...>
        To: midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Monday, April 2, 2007 12:56:51 AM
        Subject: [midatlanticretro] Nice little find- Apples

        I picked up a nice little find from another Maryland freecycler (not
        the XT clone guy).

        The stash includes an Apple II+, a couple IIe's with lotsa accessories
        like serial cards, separate keypads, koala touchpad, switch-a-slot,
        printer, floppy drives, harddrive, other add-on cards I haven't
        inventoried yet and a couple monitors (one Apple, one is a switchable
        dual input Commodore 1702 monitor with audio). Also software like
        DOS, GEOS, Pascal and Fortran compilers, games and more. Five boxes
        of it all.

        I thought it'd be fun to get the one system going with as many fun
        options as possible. I'm leaning toward focusing on the II+.

        I'm not a collector of much, just a piece or three. But I kinda like
        the 6502 theme now, since I already have a Kim-1 and an Apple 1
        reproduction.

        Scott


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