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Re: Ventless Apple II Revision 0

Where is the Serial Number on that Power Supply?

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Re: Ventless Apple II Revision 0

Drool..... that case is in great condition. They usually are broken or sagged from the heat since they are foam not plastic.

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Re: Ventless Apple II Revision 0

The first apple II cases were not made from plastic?

what were they made from, some kind of 'foamed plastic'?

interesting

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Well this thread is just a tease now..

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It's still in Google cache.

apple7159 said:
Sorry for the multiple posts. If anyone has an early Apple II revision 0 motherboard for sale please let me know. I really want to restore this computer.

Steven, if you zoom in on the photo, you can almost see the sticker on the side of the power supply by row D on the MB. Its an official Apple sticker. Most of the ones that I have seen from Apple II's this early have handwritten serial numbers on a white sticker.

Falen5, take a look at Geoff Harrison's ventless Apple II here http://www.solivant.com/appleII/ You can tell the difference in material. It almost looks like a denser type of insulating foam. lol

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