(Thanks to everybody for the info) Little old Apple computer

From: Shawn H. <shawnmhoffman_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue Jan 28 23:41:34 2003

Hello everybody,
I just wanted to say thanks to everybody for all the info about the little Apple computer. Now that I know more about it I might want to buy it myself. ;-)
I also thought I should maybe mention that my uncle wasn't drafted. He was in guards and now he has been taken into active duty. Thankfully he hasn't been sent overseas yet though; we're praying that he won't be.
Thanks everybody,
 Brian Chase <vaxzilla_at_jarai.org> wrote:On Sun, 26 Jan 2003, Shawn H. wrote:

> Hey, my aunt and uncle were given a little old apple computer and I
> don't think they use it at all. I don't know what model it is, but I
> know it's ancient. It has a little tiny monitor with a green display.
> I think the brains of the computer are inside the keyboard........like
> the old Commadore 64s. The disk drive might be inside the keyboard as
> well. I only looked at it once and I wasn't really trying to find out
> what kind of computer it was so I don't know much about it yet.

It sounds a lot like it's an Apple IIc or maybe a IIc+. Really great
little computers, but not worth all the much. Maybe $10-$30 depending
on the condition--possibly a bit more if you can find someone who really
wants one badly.

> If this computer sounds like it might be worth something to someone
> out there, let me know and I can find out more about it. My aunt and
> uncle are having kind of hard times because my uncle has been taken
> into the army and I'm quite sure they would be glad to sell the
> computer to someone if it's worth something.

What, they've reinstated the draft?! I didn't even know we were at
war (yet).

Received on Tue Jan 28 2003 - 23:41:34 GMT

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.3.0 : Fri Oct 10 2014 - 23:36:03 BST