Apple I replicas to be available (real Apple1 for sale)

From: Chandra Bajpai <>
Date: Tue Sep 9 14:44:01 2003

If you want a real Apple 1 I found this one for sale.
I think he discounted the price to $20K. If you don't have $20-$30K I
think the replicas are a good deal.


(A) Apple 1 computer in case.
(B) Five (5) original manuals, a complete set, as of this time I
know of no one else that has a complete set of manuals.
(C) Three (3) original Apple 1 cassette tapes from Apple Computer
(D) The SWTPC PR-40 printer. This printer itself is an antique and
hard to find. It is unique to the Apple 1 computer because of an article
in InterFace Age magazine, Oct 1976 by Steven Jobs.
(E) The InterFace Age magazine, dated Oct 1976.
(F) The Nuts & Volts magazine, July 2002 issue. Has an article and
pictures on the Apple 1 computer.
(G) A+, an Apple magazine, dated Jan 1987. The 10 year anniversary
of the Apple II but has pictures of the Apple 1. Done with Steve
(H) The Brief Case, pictures on web site.
(I) Last but not least, the postcard that was signed by Steve
Wozniak, a prized possession.
     The cost of the Apple 1 system is thirty thousand ($30,000) US
dollars. You must be able to pick up the system or arrange to have it
picked up. Other conditions apply but will discuss with the buyer before
agreeing on a deal for the Apple 1 system. I reserve the right to refuse
any offer. If more that one party is interested, highest offer will get
the Apple 1 system provided all conditions are meet.

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On Behalf Of Tothwolf
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2003 7:53 PM
Subject: Re: Apple I replicas to be available

On Mon, 8 Sep 2003, Joe wrote:

> He needs to find a web hosting site that works if he expects to sell
> any! I tried over and over to look at his site and the only thing that
> worked was the pop-up ads!

I wonder if he will offer kits? I talked to Woz awhile back, and also
his blessing on making replicas. The only problem was that I did not
access to an Apple I to copy it's PC board. I'd wanted (and still would
like to) create an exact reproduction of an Apple I.

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