Ok ... I'm back....

From: Sellam Ismail <foo_at_siconic.com>
Date: Wed Aug 28 13:32:01 2002

On Wed, 28 Aug 2002, Rich Beaudry wrote:

> - A Xerox 820 (CPU/Monitor, Keyboard, 5.25" floppy drives), with
> disks/manuals/spare parts.

I just got one of these myself (yesterday). I must be retarded because I
couldn't figure out how to slip off the case after I removed the screws on
the back.

> - An Apple IIe "upgraded" to a IIgs -- This is basically a IIe case, but
> with a ROM 01 IIgs motherboard, and a special back plate for the IIgs ports.
> Also replaces the IIe logos on the case with "IIgs" ... Very nice!

These kits were available when I was using my //e but I never actually saw
one in the wild. It'd be nice to come across one someday.

> - Various Apple II stuff -- CMS SCSI cards w/ manuals and disks, A
> "Quickie" hand scanner for the IIgs w/ manuals and disks, RAMfast SCSI
> card, Zip GSX accelerator for the IIgs, Syquest removeable 44MB drive
> for the IIgs (not Syquest drive, but uses Syquest 44MB media),
> High-Speed SCSI card, various software

Nice stuff.

Sellam Ismail Vintage Computer Festival
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Received on Wed Aug 28 2002 - 13:32:01 BST

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